Is My TMJ Connected To My Neck? | TMJ Treatment Los Angeles | TMJ Chiropractor Los Angeles

TMJ Doctor Los Angeles | The Jaw Muscles Are controlled in The Neck | Dr. Drew Hall TMJ Chiropractor Los Angeles  TMJ is highly correlated to upper cervical spine injury.  The muscles of mastication are controlled by the fifth cranial nerve.  This nuclei is the seat of control for many things in the face. Once of its branches regulates muscle tone associated with chewing. When there is interference to the trigeminal nuclei abnormal muscle tone in the jaw muscles can result.  Upper cervical CONTINUE READING [...]

Can Upper Cervical Care Help TMJ and TMD?

Can Upper Cervical Chiropractic Help TMJ or TMD? TMJ Los Angeles. TMJ is a common health condition.  It is usually associated with other health conditions such as ringing in the ears, vertigo, neck and shoulder pain. When TMJ is severe enough it can be debilitating to the individual who suffers. When TMJ is at its worst,  simple daily tasks such as eating become a chore.  If it is severe enough some  individuals have to go on a liquid diet. While many conventional therapies give relief , CONTINUE READING [...]

TMJ Treatment in Los Angeles-A Non-Dental Approach To Help TMJ

TMJ Treatment Los Angeles                                                                       TMJ is the term used for the painful condition impacting the Temporomandibular joint of the jaw. Symptoms of this condition range from mild to severe pain, stiffness, clicking, grinding, and numbness. Both joints of the jaw can be affected or it may be present only in one; it causes pain and discomfort with jaw movements, making eating, talking, yawning, and every day CONTINUE READING [...]

TMJ Specialist In Los Angeles-Have You Heard of Upper Cervical Care?

      TMJ Specialist Los Angeles  -  Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractic Los Angeles       TMJ, is a painful and often times chronic condition that affects the tempo-mandibular joint of the jaw.  Pain, stiffness, clicking, grinding, and numbness can impact the joint, muscles, and tissue of one or both of the joint of the jawbone.  Symptoms of TMJ  can impact everyday activities such as talking, chewing, smiling, yawning, and make such routine actions very painful and difficult. CONTINUE READING [...]