Jaw joint dysfunction is a group of conditions that can cause joint pain. They can stop your jaw joint and the muscles that control the movement of your jaw from working correctly
It is a common condition affecting around 1 in 6 people in the UK

Frequent causes are problems with Alignment, dental extraction, prolonged dental treatment, wear of the teeth, and muscle tension that results in “grinding”.

Jaw problems can contribute to or cause headaches as well as head, neck and shoulder problems.

Physiotherapy techniques can help reduce muscle tension , retrain correct function and whole body balance.

An interesting finding is that people with TMJ problems frequently have very tight calf muscles.

Headaches are also frequently caused by upper cervical joint dysfunction and poor posture.

Please see below the treatments that we offer for Head and Jaw related issues. Alternatively you can give us a call on 01282 453 110 or use our free Ask-A-Physio service.

Treatments for Head & Jaw

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

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Physiotherapy is most commonly used to help and treat any musculoskeletal injury or disorder (in other words, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments or similar).  This means that we treat acute injuries like disc bulges, whiplash, sprains,

Sports Injuries

Sports Physio

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Whether you are a weekend warrior or an elite athlete, we appreciate how frustrating it can be if an injury prevents you from performing at your best.  We always talk to you about your goals

Acupuncture

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Acupuncture has been proven to be clinically effective and recommended by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) for use in the NHS - it has been used in private physiotherapy for many years already.

Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional Therapy

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Nutritional Therapy is used to promote health and vitality by the use and analysis of food and your body; our Nutritional Therapist, Sarah Garton, has achieved some amazing results with patients at Physiofusion. It can

Podiatry

Reflexology

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Reflexology works on the principle that there are reflex zones in the hands and feet that correspond to different body parts, organs and glands.  Reflexology is a unique way of using the thumbs and fingers