The neck and jaw are so closely related both anatomically and functionally. It is no wonder why many patients have never thought that their neck pain is actually caused by the jaw. In most cases, these jaw pains and discomforts are temporary and can be relieved with non-surgical treatments such as Physiotherapy. The Most Common Jaw…

Diana Mecklenburg attended a specialised training in Australia last November where she reviewed the functional anatomy of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and discussed muscle, joint, neural and exercise techniques to assess and treat TMJ disorders. The workshop also covered craniosacral therapy techniques, and how these techniques can be used to treat TMJ disorders, headaches, whiplash…