Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction can be effectively managed through a comprehensive approach involving chiropractic care, PDTR (Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex), ART (Active Release Technique) and NET (Neuroemotional Technique).

Chiropractic adjustments can help realign the jaw and correct posture issues that may contribute to TMJ symptoms, such as jaw pain, clicking, or limited range of motion.

PDTR focuses on identifying and resetting dysfunctional proprioceptive reflexes related to muscle imbalances in the jaw and neck regions, aiming to restore proper neuromuscular function and alleviate TMJ discomfort.

ART can target tightness and restrictions in the jaw muscles and surrounding soft tissues, helping to improve mobility, reduce muscle tension, and enhance jaw function.

NET addresses the affects of stress on the jaw muscles (such as teeth grinding, which can also lead to headaches!). 

By combining these modalities, individuals with TMJ dysfunction may experience relief from pain, improved jaw movement, and a better overall quality of life.