TMJ Disorder Exercise
• Make a fist with one hand, rest your chin on your fist
• Slowly open your haw and with your fist provide counter pressure in order to
prevent jaw from opening
• The isometric muscle contraction should provide relaxation for the jaw bone
• Do not allow the jaw to click during this exercise
Hold for ten seconds, repeat ten times, 3 times a day
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