Problems with the temporomandibular joint can produce symptoms such as dizziness, headaches, pain at the jaw, the cheeks, the eyes or the face, clenching or grinding the teeth at night or under stress. It can cause a change in pressure of your bite and pain in your teeth.
The movement and balance of this joint is dependent on a number of things. This includes the correct alignment of the lower part of the body in particular the pelvis and sacroiliac joint. By working with the pelvis and lower back we aim to create a stable base for the rest of the body to work . Treatment often requires a combination of therapies and practitioners and success is more likely if we work in partnership with your dentist.