Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
TMJ disorder is a collection of symptoms that occur when the jaw joints and/or surrounding muscles are not working properly. 


Symptoms May Include:

  • Jaw Clicking or Popping
  • Jaw Locking or Limited Motion
  • Difficulty with Eating and Talking
  • Jaw Pain or Stiffness
  • Fascial pain
  • Headaches
  • Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ear)

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What is Normal Jaw Range of Motion?

    Self test:

  • 3 Finger method:  width of the index, middle and ring fingers stacked vertically between teeth.  This is an opening of roughly 40 mm.

  • A healthy jaw should also be able to move left, right and forward 10 mm without pain.