May: Ehlers Danlos Awareness Month
Ehlers Danlos and Chewing / TMJ issues
A hypermobile jaw joint can often lead to discomfort when chewing food, due to the instability of the TMJ (temporomandibular joint).
The discomfort could present itself as pain in the jaw area, clicking and grinding noises when the jaw is moving, and for some, the jaw may lock-up, requiring medical intervention.
Exercises to strengthen the jaw joint can help alleviate pains, reduce joint instability and minimise reoccurrence.
TANYA is a Hypermobility Rehabilitation Pilates Specialist.
Helping others to learn how to manage their own hypermobility
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Ehlers Danlos Syndromes / Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder
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- Mixed group mat-work classes held in your local community
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You can contact Tanya on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07780 626 319
Tanya is the founder of Intensys Life. Some years ago now, Tanya was recommended Pilates to help manage her newly diagnosed hypermobility condition. It turned her life around, taking her from a very poorly place, in constant agonising pain, to now being able to live life to the full… all thanks to Pilates. Amazed by her own progress, it is no wonder that Tanya is committed to helping others by sharing the wonders of Pilates.
Tanya is a Rehabilitative Specialist, helping others manage chronic pains and conditions. She is also is a:
- Pink Ribbon Post Rehab Certified Specialist
helping women and men with the tightness that follows breast cancer surgery
- Hypermobility Specialist
helping others to manage their Ehlers Danlos Syndrome / Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder / Hypermobility condition <<find out more here>>