Armadale, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/13/2014 -- Darron Goralsky, director and principal physiotherapist at the Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre , announced that patients can now obtain relief for their jaw pain with physiotherapy treatments. Jaw pain responds well to physiotherapy treatment and most patients experience a significant improvement within the first few treatments.
Goralsky has over 20 years of experience specializing in physiotherapy treatment for TMJ pain in Melbourne. The practice maintains a network of dentists and medical specialists to provide treatment for conditions that require expertise in other areas. The clinic’s extended team includes, but isn’t limited to, orthodontists and oral surgeons, along with ear, nose and throat specialists.
TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) is the jaw joint. It causes untold pain and suffering that can spread to the neck, face, ears and skull. Seemingly insignificant actions such as grinding the teeth during sleep can cause TMJ pain and is typical among those with high-stress employment. Most individuals don’t realize they have TMJ disorder; they’re only cognizant of the pain.
The symptoms of TMJ are many and varied. It can present as a clicking, popping or grating noise when opening or closing the mouth, pain and tenderness, and difficulty or inability to open the mouth. TMJ disorder can result in headaches, ringing in the ears and tooth erosion. Patients with TMJ disorder have also experienced dizziness, neck pain and stiffness in the back of the skull.
Jaw pain can result when dental work requires the mouth to be stretched open for extended periods of time. A blow to the jaw or an accident can result in damage, dislocation or fracture to the bone, joint or surrounding cartilage. TMJ pain can occur at any age and is often experienced by individuals who engage in high-impact sports activities, have arthritis and display poor posture.
Goralsky specializes in TMJ pain and its many manifestations, from teeth grinding and symptoms resulting from insufficient sleep support to jaw trauma and pain caused by dental restorations. A filling that is too high can result in an altered bite pattern and TMJ pain. Pressure on teeth from grinding during sleep and injury to the jaw and surrounding structure can have far reaching consequences that seriously impact quality of life.
Physiotherapy offers numerous solutions to a problem that is frequently overlooked and often mismanaged. Goralsky has multiple techniques and methods at his disposal to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation and effect realignments. He takes a multi-faceted approach that includes education, exercises, and craniosacral therapy with treatment tailored to the individual needs of the patient.
The treatments for TMJ pain at the Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre provide clients with a modern approach and comprehensive solutions to address the many causes of jaw pain. Millions of people suffer in silence from the pain of TMJ disorder. Goralsky is knowledgeable in the many causes, symptoms and treatments for TMJ disorder and offers the means to eliminate jaw pain from the lives of patients.
Located at 1234 High Street in Armadale, Australia, fans can follow the practice on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn. The practice can be reached by phone at (03) 9500 8656. For more information, visit the website at http://melbournetmjcentre.com.au
About Darron Goralsky
Darron Goralsky studied internationally, obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in South Africa and did his post graduate work there in manipulative therapy. He’s a CranioSacral Therapist with a special interest in managing jaw pain and headaches, and is certified in manipulative therapy. Goralsky is a certified Spider Tech kinesiology taping instructor and co-director of education for Spider Tech, the leading kinesiology taping company.
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