For Rapid
Relief & Lasting
Results Call...

Australian Member

Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre

Solutions for jaw and face pain

Welcome to Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre

We Understand How You Feel Experiencing pain in the jaw or face can be a very confronting experience and often one that causes much stress for sufferers. Problems associated with the TMJ (jaw joint) and face are often complex and pose a real challenge for the medical, dental and manual therapy professions.  At Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre, we frequently have patients who have been treated before by many different types of doctors or therapists but feel like they are not improving. If this sounds like you, then you can rest assured that we understand your frustrations and are here to help. As physiotherapists with years of experience assisting people like you, we know what we can do to help you. Our experience with these types of conditions also assists us to make appropriate referrals where necessary to a trusted group of dental and other specialists who are also experienced managing TMJ conditions. Our practice provides quality care to the local residents of Melbourne including Malvern, Toorak, Prahran, Caulfield, South Yarra and well beyond!

Why Choose Us?

Jaw pain (TMD) responds very well to specialized physiotherapy treatment, with most people experiencing significant improvement within the first few sessions. Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre provides a safe, clinically effective, non-invasive treatment option for TMD and facial pain. Please call 03 9824 8868 for prompt and professional treatment of your face and/or jaw pain.


tmjStaying Current on Latest Techniques and Research

We attend National conferences of the ANZAOP and Australian Branch of the AACP to ensure we remain abreast of the latest advances in research and therapy of Jaw pain, Face Pain and Headache. Our Principal Physiotherapist and Director Darron Goralsky was the only Australian Physiotherapist to attend the International Conference on Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorders (ICOT) and American Academy of Orofacial Pain (AAOP) conference in Las Vegas in May 2014, an event held every 4 years. Darron also endeavours to attend courses on related areas of clinical practice to ensure he is equipped with the latest knowledge and skills from around the world to give you the best clinical outcomes.