Temporomandibular disorder, commonly known as TMJ, is the condition that affects your jaw joints, jaw muscles, and facial nerves. Suppose you hear a clicking or popping sound when moving your jaw, experience difficulty biting and chewing, or feel facial pain and reduced range of motion when opening and closing the mouth. In that case, physical therapy will be beneficial. Through treatment, we help patients regain normal jaw movement and decrease pain. Whether you have severe arthritis of the TMJ or just a lot of pain, manual therapy, specific exercises, and education can help tremendously.