The Jaw

The jaw and associated structures strongly influence the function in the rest of the body.  Often problems here can create issues such as dizziness, stiffness, headaches, muscle pain, ear pain, severe spasm in the head neck and shoulders etc.

The TMJ (Tempero Mandibular Joint) can be dysfunctional

Local effects of TMJ disorder can be experienced by entrapment of the Vagus, Hypoglossal and Trigeminal nerves. Distally due to muscular imbalances between the cranium and pelvic region, spinal nerves may become compromised and the individual may experience many seemingly unrelated symptoms such as digestive, respiratory, urinary and bowel disorders, etc.  (Dr Brendan Stack D.D.S., M.S.) 

Any uncorrected balance in the jaw joint can lead to symptoms and illnesses anywhere in the body. 


Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) seeks to stabilise this area of the body so that it no longer negatively affects or feeds back to the function of the body as a whole.

“The TMJ is the most important joint in the body.”

Dr. John Diamond, M.D., of Valley Cottage, New York stated in an address given to the International College of Applied Kinesiology in June 1976

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