Many people aren’t aware of just how the tension in their cranial system can affect the neck & shoulder girdle and the subsequent function of many of the body systems.
Tension in the jaw is often generated at night during sleep and is called ‘bruxing’: clenching or grinding. Many dentists fit patients with a ‘splint’ or mouth-guard to protect the teeth, often giving little thought as to how the tension is affecting other systems in the body.
With this form of treatment patients have consistent reported a reduction in tinnitus, headache intensity and frequency, jaw pain and ‘clicking’, and often a dramatic increase in range of motion of their jaw and neck from the very first session.
For best results a minimum of one hour is required and a course of 2-4 treatments may be advised.
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