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Jaw pain or temporomandibular joint (T.M.J) dysfunction is surprisingly very common.
The joints are surrounded by 68 pairs of muscles immediately on each side of the head. They allow you to chew, yawn, speak, and swallow and are in constant use. Correct function of the T.M.J is important for balances due to its close proximity with the ears. Dysfunction in this area can cause extreme facial pain if the trigeminal nerve is affected.
An injury can also lead to poor movement/tracking patterns of the jaw and teeth. This can develop into pain and further dysfunction such as clicking and/or locking.
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