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Does your little one have a TMJ issue?

Does your little one have a TMJ issue?

Dr. Young sees TMJ issues as early as newborns. When a baby’s jaw doesn’t move properly, they have a more difficult time latching and sucking properly. Left alone these issues can create discomfort for mother and difficulty eating and gaining weight for baby. One of the first signs that there might be an issue with […]

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Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

“As a chiropractor I use Myofascial release techniques, muscular re-education and chiropractic manipulative therapy to get great results increasing jaw range of motion, decreasing pain levels and eliminating clicking and popping. I understand all too well the importance of a well-aligned bite, night guard and overall good oral health to help treat and prevent TMD. […]

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LGCWC Offers Relief to TMJ Sufferers

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), located in front of your ears where your jawbone meets your skull, is a highly mobile joint and requires muscular coordination to move smoothly so you can talk, chew and yawn. Many people have pain, clicking or popping in their TMJ which can have a huge impact on their quality of […]

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