TMJ Surgery Alternatives: Are There Better Alternatives to TMJ Relief Than Surgery?

TMJ Surgery Alternatives

To be perfectly blunt, nearly anything is preferable for your TMJ pain than surgery. As I have written before and will write again, most reputable and reliable research organizations recommend surgery only as a last resort. According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR):

“Avoid treatments resulting in permanent changes in the bite or jaw, including crown and bridgework to balance the bite, orthodontics to change the bite, grinding down teeth to bring the bite into balance, and repositioning splints. Avoid surgery, where possible, and if considering surgery, get medical opinions to fully understand the potential risks.

And the NIH or the “National Institute of Health” in the United States writes:

“Conservative and reversible treatments for TMJ should always precede permanent changes to a patient’s teeth or surgery.”

If you are interested in learning more about TMJ surgery alternatives and trying something that can eliminate your pain without drugs, surgery, or medication, take a look at the “Feldenkrais TMJ Cure.” On these audio downloads that even a child can use, I lead you through a series of gentle sensory-motor re-education sessions that directly address the functioning of your TMJ and related joints and muscles, eliminating pain and strain. Take a look: Feldenkrais TMJ Cure

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