TMJ or Tempromandibular joint is the joint connecting the upper palate with the lower jaw. TMJ is often the result of excessive yawning or maximal mouth opening, poor/slouching posture, prolonged gum chewing or nail biting and teeth grinding during sleep. Individuals with TMJ disorders can experience clicking, popping or locking at the joint, ear or local pain, temporal headaches, neck stiffness and difficulties opening their mouth and chewing. Physiotherapy can be effective by administering variety of therapeutic modalities to reduce pain, prescribing active exercise program addressing tissues at fault and focusing on education about avoidance of aggravating factors (e.g. chewing gum, biting on hard meat or excessive yawning) and reinforcing proper posture.