Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, is the joint that connects your jaw to your skull. It should move nice and smoothly without cracking, popping, clicking or pain. If you have any of that, then you have TMJ dysfunction, referred to as TMD. This is a degenerative condition, meaning that it gets worse over time, unless you do something to stop it.
The TMJ has a disc between the joint, much like the discs in your spine, and this disc has a tendency to move. When it does, it can be difficult to recapture that disc.
Dr. Jason Lamarche has played hockey most of his life and suffered with TMD. That lead to him to pursue extensive training at correcting this problem that so many people struggle with that have never been given the right solution to fix their problem.
Dr. Lamarche uses gentle manual techniques to address the joint dysfunction, as well as correcting the muscle imbalance often associated with this painful condition.
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