Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) plagues countless people across the United States, with many suffering from a host of symptoms, including chewing difficulties, jaw pain, migraine headaches and ringing in the ears.
While many sufferers are forced to consume handfuls of over-the-counter pain medications; others fall back on alternative remedies that offer safe – if temporary – relief. Sadly, once these treatments end, TMJ symptoms usually return within a short amount of time.
The following video provides a good example of this. To relieve jaw pain associated with TMD, the yoga instructor demonstrates a self-massage technique that utilizes a small ball to target the muscles within the jaw.
Unfortunately, although this yoga technique may very well offer limited relief from TMJ pain, the results won’t last very long. On the other hand, oral appliance therapy can provide lasting relief by realigning a patient’s misaligned bite.
To learn more about an effective TMJ treatment that will stand the test of time, contact Dr. Dunayer’s office today.