Does this describe you?
- You are struggling with a painful or clicky Jaw and are not sure what to do or who to ask.
- You are frustrated that your Jaw Pain is affecting your life, making mealtimes a misery and even stopping you laughing.
- You are having difficulty sleeping because of your Jaw Pain and this is affecting your energy and wellbeing during the day.
- You are taking painkillers or other medication for your Jaw Pain and would like to stop.
- You are starting to worry that this isn't ever going to get better as episodes of your Jaw Pain are getting more frequent and taking longer to go.
Jaw Pain causes lack of concentration, poor sleep, bad temper and generally makes life exceedingly difficult.
- Jaw Pain is often the result of tension building up in the muscles. This can be a gradual process from sitting still for too long at a desk. Being stressed and biting your teeth together. Or it can be after an accident such as a a fall onto your face. The precise movement of the jaw can be knocked out of line.
- The pain from the tight muscles around the jaw can be felt in the head as a headache.
- Here at Afon House our highly experienced team are dedicated to serving the local community in Salisbury and surrounding areas helping Jaw Pain sufferers just like you get back to doing the things they love.
If you would like to know more
Use the blue box on this page to Get your Copy of the Afon House Jaw Pain Information Pack This is our approach to Jaw Pain. The pack includes 5 Simple Ways to Relieve Jaw Pain at Home.
Or go to our online booking page to book in for a FREE TELEPHONE CHAT with one of our Registered Chiropractors to discuss your problem.
First Aid for Jaws
Try gently massaging the muscles in your cheeks. To find the right spots to massage, put your fingers on your cheeks, bite your back teeth together and you will feel the muscles tense over your back teeth. Relax your bite and keeping a firm contact with your fingers on the skin. Move your fingers in small circles to massage the muscles underneath.
Still getting pain?
If you have tried resting it but the pain and clicking comes back again as soon as you push it, come in and see us.