No one wants to be in pain and therefore it is important to work on preventing chronic pain from starting, or at leat continuing. Prevention typically entails taking care of your body. This means using proper posture, caring for sore feet, keeping warm and understanding the pain cycle and what triggers your pain.
November has been designated as Jaw Joints – TMJ Awareness Month. In the United States alone, approximately 35 million people suffer with TMJ (TemporoMandibular Joint) disorder, which is a condition involving the muscles and joints that connect the jaw to the skull. Symptoms range from facial pain, to headaches, reduced ability to open…