Just like many other joints and muscles in the body, some physiotherapists with specialized training can also treat the joint at our jaw and its surrounding muscles. Sometimes, pain at our face, head and neck can be arising from these structures and, if this is the case, various manual therapy techniques and exercises can be used to help. Assessment and treatment of this area often involves the upper neck as well.
> Head and face pain that is not of dental origin.
> Headaches that seem to coincide with neck and jaw pain.
> Persistent clicking at the jaw.