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Head & Jaw

Find the cause
In the jaw and head area features a significant number of tissues in close vincinity. Examples are muscles, bones, teeth, nerves, blood and lymph vessels, glands, ligaments or fasciae. When a patients presents with symptoms, we use physiotherapeutic evaluation techniques to determine what tipped you system off balance and how the balance can be restored.
Commen causes of complaints in the jaw and head area are stress-related tension, poor posture and limited mobility. More rarely, the complaints are caused by accidents or malocclusion.

Most types of headaches can be effectively treated with physiotherapy of the cervical spine, jaw, eyes, or skull. We will also show you exercises, which help you maintain your fitness in these areas.

Typical CMD symptoms are pain in the area of ​​the jaw, eyes and / or temples. Tight jaw muscle may also cause toothache. If so, the toothache will go away immediately when we loosen the muscle. Other symptoms are, when your bite suddenly feels off or the opening of your mouth has become limited or hard. This can also be associated with a click in the temporomandibular joint. In this case, contact us quickly, as the clicking can only be fixed within the first 3 weeks upon onset. Symptoms other than that respond well to physiotherapy, even if they have persisted longer.

Working with your dentist
If you go to the dentist immediately after our treatment, your mouth will be easier to open and the occlusal surface of crowns, inlays, bridges or splints can be modeled to a facilitate a relaxed jaw position.