TMJ Health

At Leaside Sports Medicine, our physiotherapists can help with jaw pain and other TMJ dysfunctions through an effective, evidence-based, non-surgical treatment plan. Book your appointment today!

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What is Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction?

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain can be a debilitating condition that affects the jaw joint and surrounding muscles, leading to discomfort, difficulty chewing, and limited jaw mobility.

At Leaside Sports Medicine, we proudly specialize in treating jaw pain and TMJ physiotherapy. We can reduce pain and jaw spasms by using hands-on techniques, jaw exercises, and other treatment modalities, making you feel better when speaking and chewing, as well as in your daily life.

How We Can Help

Our physiotherapists can help treat sore jaw muscles caused by:

Teeth grinding

Jaw injuries



And more

TMJ dysfunction

TMJ Physiotherapy Applications

Vestibular physiotherapy at Leaside Sports Medicine

Improved Jaw Function

Using various techniques, we aim to enhance jaw function and restore proper range of motion, making eating, speaking, and performing your daily activities easier.

Jaw Pain

Reduced Jaw Pain

Our TMJ programs effectively reduce pain and discomfort in the jaw joint and surrounding muscles, allowing you to enjoy a better quality of life.

TMJ dysfunction

Enhanced Overall Well-Being

Our approach to TMJ dysfunction addresses not only your physical symptoms but also promotes relaxation, reduces stress, and improves overall well-being.

What is Included in the Program?

Manual Therapy

Our skilled practitioners use targeted manual therapy techniques, such as joint mobilization and soft tissue manipulation, to help reduce pain, improve jaw function, and restore proper range of motion in the temporomandibular joint.


Our trained and certified physiotherapists use fine, sterile needles to stimulate specific points affecting jaw muscles, encouraging the body’s natural healing processes and reducing pain.

Postural Correction

Improper posture can contribute to TMJ pain by placing unnecessary stress on the jaw joint and surrounding structures. If our team believes postural issues contribute to your TMJ dysfunction, we may prescribe corrective exercises to improve your posture and alleviate strain.

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