Treatment for CMD
Typical symptoms of CMD (craniomandibular dysfunction) are complaints of the masticatory muscles (myofascial pain), directly on the temporomandibular joint (for example, disk displacement) or as the cause and consequence of stress.
The disorders mentioned are often associated with other conditions such as headache, dizziness, ear noises or visual disturbances. Frequently, the cervical spine also proves to be the cause of the symptoms of the jaw and proves to be the cause of the symptoms of the jaw and masticatory muscles. Therefore, this compound is thoroughly investigated and treated. Treatment of dizziness and headaches are a constant chore for many people - others suffer from them from time to time.
If there are no neurological, traumatic, infectious or hormonal causes for persistent dizziness and headaches, and if there is no hypertension or hypotension, those affected will be referred to the psychosomatic department where they should learn to live with their symptoms. In most cases, the cause of dizziness and headache in a circulatory disorder may be related to a vegetative disorder, based on a dysfunction in the cervical spine.
Even a minimal malformation of the first cervical vertebra (Atlas), can affect the blood supply to the brain and sensory organs and irritate the and sensory organs and irritate the vagus nerve so that dizziness, headaches or migraines are triggered, which are often associated with neck pain and neck tension. Cervical manual therapy, and above all the correction of the atlas, is a procedure for restoring the anatomically perfect atlas position, which may reduce symptoms such as dizziness and headache, or even often disappear altogether.
In combination with osteopathic techniques, the craniosacral therapy and stabilizing exercises, is trying to achieve long-term relief.