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Physical therapy and Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

Ever wonder what would happen if you suddenly find yourself unable to speak or open your mouth properly? What about other functions like eating, drinking, speaking, etc. This could happen to anyone. The temporomandibular joints attach your mandible to your skull. This joint allows for easy up and down movement and sideways movement. Although there …

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Physical therapy and repetitive stress injuries

These injuries affect the soft tissues of the body and include nerves, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Repetitive stress injuries can also be known as repetitive motion disorders, cumulative trauma disorders, and overuse disorders. Repetitive stress injuries may include: Carpal tunnel syndrome Bursitis Tendinitis Tennis elbow Ganglion cyst Tenosynovitis Trigger finger Kneecap displacement Displacement of the …

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