Has anyone had a chiropractor adjust the jaw for TMJ troubles? I've been seeing a chiropractor for about three years to keep my back and neck kink-free, but it didn't occur to me until I read a flier I got in the mail that chiro could deal with TMJ as well. I had an appointment yesterday for a TMJ evaluation, and the chiropractor adjusted my jaw -- I felt a little 'pop' and 'zing', but no pain. My jaw definitely feels a little different. I wear a bite guard at night, but I am on the list for a new one w/my dentist because I have worn through in an area that makes it less effective. The strange part is that I woke up NOT clenching (unusual for me)...and feeling as if I didn't have to. Even the little staticky electrical-feeling impulses that have me clenching HARD as I am falling off to sleep were not there. Oh -- and he's got me taking a calcium, magnesium, potassium supplement (on top of what I already take -- and he approved that). The chiropractor says he'll have a good idea within the week whether the adjustment will 'take' or not. Sometimes the ongoing stress negates the treatment. Has anyone else had their jaw adjusted by a chiro for TMJ?