TMJ disorders can be a pain on their own, but did you know that they can also cause other uncomfortable symptoms like vertigo?
Thankfully, getting treatment may help relieve vertigo along with jaw pain and other symptoms that are typical of TMJ Disorders. Read on to learn more.
How are TMJ and Vertigo connected?
If you have a TMJ disorder, jaw joint inflammation can affect the area around your ears. Should the inflammation reach your inner ears, your sense of balance may be affected. This is because there are sensors in your inner ears that help your brain regulate balance and positioning.
Symptoms of vertigo may appear if the inflammation reaches these areas of your ears.
Symptoms of Vertigo
Common signs of vertigo typically include:
- Dizziness, or feeling as if the room is spinning
- Loss of balance
If you have already been diagnosed with a TMJ disorder or are experiencing symptoms of one, it may be the root of vertigo symptoms that you are experiencing.
Seeing a professional such as the dental, physical therapy, and TMJ experts at The Art of Dentistry & Spa is the best course of action if you are experiencing TMJ and vertigo symptoms.
Through treatment options such as TENS and TMJ massages, we can help alleviate symptoms of TMJ disorders and the vertigo that they may cause. We can also help identify and diagnose TMJ disorders if you think you may be experiencing one.
Schedule your appointment with us today to take the first step towards comfort and relief from TMJ and vertigo. Give us a call at (732) 846-7100 or request your appointment on our website.