Why Choose Carlson Chiropractic – South Austin?

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Insurance

Our South Austin chiropractic clinic participates with most insurance companies. Call us and we’ll assist you in navigating your benefits.

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New patients receive their first initial examination and consult by our chiropractor, FREE!

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6905 West Gate, Blvd #A, Austin, TX 78745

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Chiropractor Near Me in South Austin:

Our injury chiropractic center is located in South Austin, Texas (6905 West Gate Blvd, #A, Austin, TX 78745), just a short drive from Downtown Austin, South Austin, Manchaca, Buda, Kyle, Cedar Creek, Bee Caves, Oak Hill and the zip code areas 78701, 78702, 78703, 78704, 78719, 78736, 78739, 78741,78744, 78745, 78746, 78747, 78748, and 78749. 

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Dr. James Garrett

Chiropractic Care in South Austin for Jaw Pain

We Help Jaw Pain

If you are a sufferer of jaw pain, you know it feels like someone has punched you really hard. When it comes to treatment, you might want to think twice before making an appointment. Instead of dialing up the dentist, you may want to call us, your local South Austin chiropractor.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, more commonly known as TMJ, is inflammation of the temporomandibular joint, which connects your mandible to your skull. TMJ is discomfort or pain in your jaw and often leads to earaches, headaches, neck, and shoulder soreness.

 

Sufferers experience difficulty chewing, yawning, and even talking. This condition is common, affecting 20-30% of adults and can be caused by several factors including teeth grinding, excessive nail biting, trauma, and degenerative joint disease.

When working properly, the temporomandibular joint acts as a shock absorber for your jaw. But when you grind your teeth or chew excessively, the surrounding muscles become sore and the cartilage in your joint wears down and can become misaligned.

Our chiropractic care not only alleviates your short-term pain, but it can also prevent your TMJ from returning in the future.

Do not let jaw pain or TMJ interfere with your daily routine and enjoyment of life. Call our South Austin chiropractor today!