With our recent review of management of Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD), we thought it would be interesting to see a case example of how to manage the care of patients with TMD. The Manual Therapist recently had a post covering 5 cases that are somewhat unique, one of which involves TMD. What we hope you take away from the TMD write-up is the importance of a global treatment approach, addressing impairments aside from just those located in the TMJ, and the incorporation of behavioral modification. Our treatment techniques will only go so far if a patient continues to regularly assume abnormal posture and display parafunctional habits, such as nail biting. The other cases are pretty unique as well, seeing some treatment and assessment techniques that aren't regularly covered in physical therapy school.