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TMJ Massage

  • 1 hour
  • 90 dólares estadounidenses
  • San Juan

Service Description

The term “TMJ” itself is not actually a disorder – rather, it actually stands for “temporomandibular joint,” which allows for jaw movement and proper bite alignment. When issues with that joint arise and cause pain or discomfort, it’s referred to as “TMD,” temporomandibular dysfunction, or a TMJ disorder. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is what connects the mandible (lower jaw) to the skull, just under the ears. The muscles of the TMJ control chewing. Dysfunction or malalignment can affect the neck, shoulders, face, and teeth. There are a few reasons why a TMJ disorder might arise, including: • Excessive clenching or grinding of teeth • Trauma to the jaw • Disease or arthritis of the jaw • Jaw misaligns TMJ disorders can affect everyone differently, but the most common symptoms include: • Pain or tenderness near the jaw • Clicking, cracking, or popping when opening or closing your mouth • Toothaches and headaches • Pain that extends down the neck, chest, or arms • muscular pain when chewing, swallowing, or speaking • restricted movement, such as limitations when opening the south • dental issues such as misaligned teeth • pain in the neck, scalp, and shoulders • frequent headaches • pain and tenderness at the joint • pain, ringing, or itchiness in the ears • dizziness Benefits of massage for TMJ • Reduces any pain in the jaw muscles • Reduce pain in the neck, shoulders and head associate for TMJ • Increase mouth opening • Reduces headaches, toothaches and earaches • Increase circulation • Reduce Pain from Sleep Bruxism

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us 24 hrs before appo

Contact Details

  • San Juan, Puerto Rico


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