The temporomandibular joint is a hinge joint that connects your mandible (jaw) with the temporal bones of your skull which sit in front of your ear. It allows you to move your jaw side to side and up and down so as you can eat, talk and yawn. Pain caused by the TMJ is referred to as TMJ disorder.
Louise represented in the hurling team in the world championship in Dublin this year gives us her insight about concussion. A hot topic at present in the media/ world front as more and more concussions especially in playing sport are coming to the fore and evidence & management/ views are changing to not take this matter […]
Cervicogenic headaches are headaches that originate from the cervical spine (neck). Patients with this condition usually experience a gradual onset of head and neck pain associated with a sustained posture or causative movement. Pain is typically experienced on one side of the head, usually at the back of the head, but it may radiate over […]