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MYOEFFECT AND TMJ
What is TMJ?
TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint. The TMJs are the only joints in the body that don’t
have nerve pains, so then the TMJs are disolocated or sprained, you will feel/hear a clicking
sound when your mouth opens or closes.
When the lower jaw moves up and back, it will push the TMJ forward, causing the disc to
dislocate. the folllowing symptoms may occur:
Your jaw locks and gets stuck when you open your mouth a little.
Your jaw locks and cannot close when you open your mouth wide.
Biting or chewing is dfficult and can cause discomfort.
When opening or closing your mouth, you hear a clicking, popping, or grating sound.
You experience a dull, aching pain in the face.
You experience earaches, headaches, hearing loss, or migraines.
You experience jaw pain or jaw tenderness
You suffer from neck, shoulder, and/or back pain.
You experience chest tightness.
Bowling Ball Effect
Benefits of MyoEffect Treatment
The MyoEffect treatment separates TMJ symptions into two section. The
first section includes symptoms 1-4, which are due to imbalanced facial
muscles and a dislocated TMJ. The second section includes symptoms 5-
9 which are due to cranial strains, poor posture, and a forward head
MyoEffect will help a TMJ patient regain space for the dislocated joints,
reposition the upper and lower jaws and release cranial strains in order to
treat symptoms 1-4. In addition, MyoEffect treatment will improve the
patient’s posture and retrain oral-facial muscles to treat symptoms 5-9,
which should alleviate all TMJ symptoms.