Jaw pain is another common problem we see in our Anchorage office. Jaw pain can be a bit tricky to diagnose, because sometimes the symptoms don't appear immediately after an injury. This is because jaw pain can actually originate in the injured neck tissues caused by a crash.
When Drs. Barry and Bryan and the staff at Alaska Back Care Center are working with you, we first determine the root cause of your jaw symptoms and then determine the best way to treat the problem.
If you've developed jaw pain from a car crash, we might be able to help. Chiropractic is an effective approach to recovering from neck pain and auto injuries. By getting to the root cause of your pain, we can get you back on the road to health.
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