TMJ Pain Relief with Simple Exercises & Stretches – Ask Doctor Jo

TMJ Pain Relief with Simple Exercises & Stretches – Ask Doctor Jo

TMJ exercises & stretches can help relieve jaw pain in the temporomandibular joint. This TMJ treatment can help relieve TMJ symptoms like jaw clicking, jaw popping, jaw pain, and deviations that are common with TMJ disorder. For another TMJ pain relief video, click here:

TMJ stretches & exercises around the joint should help relieve TMJ pain. Start off with a simple side bend of your head to help stretch out the muscles in your neck. You can follow these with some gentle active range of motion stretches.

Now you will do a TMJ massage for some of the muscles that become tight when you have TMJ dysfunction. These are the Masseter muscles and temporalis muscles

The final exercises are isometric jaw exercises.

These TMJ pain relief stretches and exercises should help relieve TMJ symptoms and relieve the jaw pain associated with TMJ disorder.

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