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TMD/TMJ Facial Massage
According to the Mayo Clinic, most of the pain associated with your TMJ (the temporomandibular joint on either side of your head, where your skull and lower jawbone meet) can be treated without surgery.
Massage is one of many techniques that can help address the cause of TMJ disorders. Whether the pain comes from a jaw injury, arthritis, or simply the fatigue from repeatedly grinding or clenching your teeth, regular facial massage can make a difference.
The sessions last 45 to 50 minutes, consisting of compression on the medial and lateral pterygoids to release trigger points and muscle tension and gentle stripping.