Temporomandibular
Dysfunction Rehabilitation

Temporomandibular disorder or dysfunction (TMD) refers to any problem affecting normal use of or causing pain to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), more commonly known as the jaw.

Potential causes include poor posture, chronic jaw-clenching (bruxism), problems with the alignment of your teeth, fractures or similar trauma to the jaw, trismus (lockjaw), displacement or dysfunctional movement of the soft tissue disc that sits between the ball and socket of the TMJ, or arthritis.

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