Our temporomandibular joint (TMJ) program focuses on musculoskeletal problems relating to the TMJ or jaw region. Symptoms can include pain when eating/chewing certain foods, neck pain and headache. Treatment generally consists of manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue and joint mobilization, therapeutic exercise to improve mobility and/or stability of the jaw as well as patient education in posture, food selection and home exercise. In some cases ultrasound / phonophoresis or electrical stimulation may be used.
"Dr. Sean and his team are WONDERFUL! Their personal attention and availability when I need them is what makes this physical therapy experience top-notch. I have and will continue to recommend this team of specialists to everyone I know! Dr. Sean is patient, kind, and his professionalism is not only welcoming but therapeutic on a personal side. He takes the time to get to know his patients and that is so appreciated. I recently had AXL repair surgery and had the privilege of coming pre and post-surgery. The team welcomes me by name every time I walk in the door."