Following the previous article on TMJ dysfunction, here are a few examples of exercises you can do at home to help your symptoms.
Working on your posture is key to release some muscular tension coming from the neck and shoulders. Also see the previous blog on scapular stability.
You can also controlled active jaw movement, meaning that the focus is to avoid the jaw from shifting or clicking. All movements should be painfree.
Following some painfree active jaw movement, you can also do the same exercises with a slight resistance using your hand.
For more question or guidance, don’t hesitate to contact our clinic to see our experienced physiotherapist.