Denver’s Best TMJ Syndrome Massage can be found at Peace of Mind Therapeutic Massage and Wellness on Old South Pearl Street in Platt Park close by to Washington Park, Cherry Creek, Capital Hill, Englewood, and central to all of Denver, Colorado.
TMJ Syndrome is characterized as pain in the jaw and surrounding structures. TMJ Syndrome can be caused by an array of medical issues such as dental surgery, injury, grinding and clenching of the jaw. Stress can be a component in TMJ Syndrome because many people hold tension in their head, neck, and jaw when under stress. TMJ Syndrome symptoms include headaches, clicking of the jaw, pain while chewing, “lock jaw”, Tinnitus or ringing in the ears, dizziness, and pain or tension in the face, head, and neck muscles.
Treatment of TMJ Syndrome can involve wearing a night guard, bite guards, performing regular exercises for the jaw, and Massage Therapy. Massage Therapy can be very beneficial for those suffering from TMJ Syndrome. If you are in the Denver area and surrounding neighborhoods of Platt Park, Washington Park, Capital Hill, Cherry Creek, Englewood, Littleton, and DTC you can receive affordable and skilled Massage Therapy for TMJ Syndrome at Peace of Mind Therapeutic Massage & Wellness, LLC located on Old South Pearl Street.
Our Massage Therapists are Licensed and Nationally Certified with advanced training in Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Therapeutic Stretching, Medical Massage, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, and more.
You don’t have to suffer through TMJ Syndrome. Massage Therapy for TMJ Syndrome by our Denver Licensed Massage Therapists has been of great help to many TMJ pain sufferers. Our clients not only receive relief and results, but have actually stated really enjoying the process of getting tension in the jaw muscles worked out.
What to expect during a TMJ Syndrome Massage:
The Massage Therapist will inspect the jaw and go through ranges of motion, using Active Isolated Stretching to strengthen the jaw where it is weak, and to bring balance to both sides of the jaw. The Massage Therapist will also focus on relieving stress and tension in the upper body which can be a underlying cause to TMJ Syndrome. The Massage Therapist will go inside of the mouth with gloves on to do Trigger Point release to the Masseter muscle inter orally. The Masseter muscle is the strongest muscle in the body, it’s primary job is to chew. This muscle is known as the “clenching muscle”. The most trigger points, or points of pain and spasm, collect in this little but strong jaw muscle. The Massage Therapist will also lightly massage the gums and stretch the cheek. The amount of time spent inside the mouth will be anywhere from 10-20 minutes. You will likely feel instant relief and freed up movement and motion of the jaw after the inter oral Massage. You will also likely feel soreness for a day or 2 after the Massage. Use ice on the jaw, neck, and face to alleviate soreness. After the first day or 2 you should feel better than before the Massage. You should reschedule as soon as the pain begins to creep back. The Massage Therapist will instruct you on how to self massage the jaw, inside and out, and give you exercises to do at home. Home care will enhance the effects of Massage Therapy.
If you are experiencing jaw pain with associated headaches and muscle aches you may have TMJ Syndrome. Massage Therapy by skilled and knowledgeable Massage Therapists can help relieve TMJ Syndrome. It is recommended you check with your Physician before starting Massage Therapy treatments for TMJ Syndrome.
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