If you have been told that you have Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome, which is usually shortened to TMJ, then you have a problem with the muscles that control the movements of your jaw. Unfortunately, TMJ dysfunction is relatively common. TMJ stands for the temporomandibular joint. This joint is responsible for opening your jaw, closing your jaw, and shifting the mandible from side to side. You may think that you need prescription medications, or even surgery, to fix issues that might be present with this joint. The good news is, however, that chiropractic care could be a beneficial alternative.
If you are someone who likes to stay physically active, then you understand just how frustrating it can be if you feel a nagging pain in your foot with every step you take. If this is something that is bothering you, there is a chance that you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis. You have probably heard stories about plantar fasciitis. You may think that this is something that is extremely difficult to overcome. The good news is that there are treatment options available and chiropractic care can help you.