Condition: TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Pain)

How does Advanced Biofeedback Center assess TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Pain)?

The muscles that we use to chew are among the strongest muscles in the human body. These muscles are also implicated when we experience jaw pain.

There may be an asymmetry of the masseter muscles, or we may have a tendency to grind our teeth (bruxism) at night--often due to unresolved stress.

Temporomandibular Joint pain (TMJ) may be partially decreased by learning techniques to reduce excessive muscle activity of the masseter muscles, the muscles that you can readily feel "pop out" when you press  your fingers to your jaw and bite down.