CMD therapy: cooperation between physiotherapist and dentist
Physiotherapy practice Benjamin Körtner
Those who suffer from CMD, i.e. craniomandibular dysfunction, often do not have it easy. Teeth grinding, toothache, severe headaches and tension are just some of the many consequences of CMD. Those affected are often severely impaired in their everyday lives, as simple things like chewing or speaking can result in severe pain. Dental treatment can alleviate the symptoms of craniomandibular dysfunction, but to treat the consequences such as tension and resulting pain, it is also advisable to consult a physiotherapist.
Possible causes of craniomandibular dysfunction
These are just some of the many causes of CMD. It is important to treat craniomandibular dysfunction early to prevent consequences such as teeth grinding, toothache, tension and pain in the neck and head area. So don't wait too long and get treatment from your dentist and a physiotherapist.
How does CMD therapy work in our physiotherapy practice?
If you suffer from CMD, then you should definitely ask your dentist whether CMD therapy in a physiotherapy practice is an option for you. The cooperation of your dentist and a physiotherapist can help you to get your craniomandibular dysfunction under control in the long term and relieve your pain. Here you can find out how treatment in our Körtner physiotherapy practice can help you alleviate CMD-related symptoms.
First of all, I get an exact picture of your condition and also look at your previous clinical pictures. In order to be able to help you in the best possible way, I am in close contact with your dentist. After a detailed anamnesis and a thorough examination, I will draw up a treatment plan for you that fits your clinical picture.
Craniomandibular dysfunction often leads to tension in the jaw joint and also in the neck and shoulder area. In our Practice for physiotherapy I am happy to help you relieve these tensions with the help of treatments such as the manual therapy and loosen your jaw muscles. I will also show you exercises to help you relieve tension and the resulting symptoms, such as neck, jaw and jaw pain. Headache alleviate in the long term.
Do you have questions or would you like to get your craniomandibular dysfunction under control in the long term? Then feel free to call or make an appointment directly at our physiotherapy practice. In cooperation with your dentist, I will be happy to help you alleviate your symptoms.
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