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TMD explained by Dr. Curtis Westersund

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Uploaded on Jul 25, 2011

Pain is your brain's way of telling you that something is wrong. It is like a 'check engine' light that pops up in your car; it's telling you to stop and take notice. It's an early warning sign that requires your attention before something more serious occurs.

When your jaw joint (TMJ) is out-of-sync or working improperly, it causes an unbalanced bite. This uneven bite results in the muscles of your head, neck and jaws working extra-hard, basically over-compensating for the bad bite.

The over-worked muscles from an unbalanced bite can result in pain that will materialize in the form of migraines, headaches, ear-aches, muscles tenderness, facial discomfort, a sore jaw and a multitude of other symptoms.

Dr. Westersund and his team will bring back balance to your system. By bringing back this balance, we help to take away the stress, strain, pain and pressure that has been building in your jaw, face, neck, shoulders, back and the rest of your body. After consultation and diagnosis, your treatment can start immediately.

Visit www.TMJcalgary.com for more information.

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