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TMJ problems
Dec 28, 2005
... I injured my left TMJ about 3 and a half months ago playing rugby and have since delt with many issues surrounding it. ... (1 replies)
TMJ problems
Dec 28, 2005
... I injured my left TMJ about 3 and a half months ago playing rugby and have since delt with many issues surrounding it. ... (6 replies)
... on and aspiration technique, followed by diagnostic arthroscopy. Patients are placed on Doxycycline 50 mg BID for three months and then undergo repeat diagnostic arthroscopy and synovial fluid collection. ... (1 replies)

... Hi I've been diagnosed with tmj capsulitis. I've had chronic tmj for the past 5 years. ... (2 replies)
... So far I have found 18 arthroscopy cases on this site. 12 were successful and 6 were not. ... (2 replies)
... I am scheduled for a bilateral arthroscopy on Wednesday and am getting very nervous after reading all of these postings. I have had jaw problems for about 8 years now. ... (26 replies)
... I had my 1st arthroscopy done in March in the surgeon's office, but he was unable to fix the problem with the trocar. ... (26 replies)
... ray, photo, doctor's report, letter, test result, document, that pertains to you and your jaw. tmj malpractice cases are notoriously difficult and i wish you well. ... (26 replies)
... I'm going through this Arthroscopy myself at the end of the week, but I am very up in the air. ... (26 replies)
... I had an arthroscopy back in April & I must say it was a success...so far. First, I had a diagnostic one in March, but he couldn't fix it without the help of a laser, so I went to the hospital & he zapped the ligament which made it tighten up & slip the disk back into place. He also got rid of a lot of scar tissue. For the first couple of months I wasn't sure if I was gonna... (17 replies)
... hi mdla, i am 9 mos. post op. from a bilateral arthroscopy. i have been in physical therapy for these 9 months too. i do not consider my operation a success. the limited opening after surgery was not enough to warrant the surgery, the pain from the surgery exceeded the pain i was having prior to surgery. in addition, the surgery so traumatized my joints that my body did... (17 replies)
... It seems that different surgeons have different definitions of arthroscopy from what I can tell. I have already had arthrocentisis which did not work and the surgeon says arthroscopy next. ... (17 replies)
... Hello everyone, Well I got the arthroscopy one week ago. The surgery went well, the pain I had when ever I opened my mouth is not present at this time. It seems wonderful for now! ... (17 replies)
... Hello everyone, Well I got the arthroscopy one week ago. The surgery went well, the pain I had when ever I opened my mouth is not present at this time. It seems wonderful for now! ... (26 replies)
... hi marbelmo, that makes a difference - for sure! have you tried trigger point injections or, before you consider surgery, a cortisone injection into the jaw joint? this is invasive too, but it is a step below the arthocentesis and a further step away from the arthroscopy. "dealing with it" is easier said than done, right? i know you are concerned with the $$$ aspect... (17 replies)
... I saw an oral surgeon that wants to do arthroscopic surgery to "clean out" my left TMJ. He won't order an MRI because he says it won't show him anything he can't already tell from examination. He seems really keen on doing the procedure and says it will help. I did splint therapy for over 6 months and had my wisdom teeth removed to no avail. I've spent an incredible amount of... (17 replies)
... hi christa79, i posted a reply to another query you posted regarding arthroscopy. i do though, strongly agree with the statements cymy sue makes (and has made) regarding surgery. please read her posts and replies. she is well informed. please read within her posts on what she has to say about splints. as for regular foods: i am 7 months out of surgery and still exist... (17 replies)
... Excellent summation, pwc. :wave: There is help & hope with the proper treatment. Before you put "your's" in a surgeon's hands, try everything else possible and then, TRY AGAIN. TMJD Lifer 27 years: Treatment & Surgeries "TMJ Survivor" Cymy Sue (26 replies)
... hi christa79, if your surgeon refers to it as a "scope" it is most probably an arthroscopy. the healing process involves the swelling going down in the joints that results from both the trauma of the surgery and the fluids injected into the upper and lower portions of the joint. are you having one side done or both? will your surgeon suture your disc(s) back into place? ... (26 replies)
... I think it is really important for people to continue PT in order to make the surgery work. Also, I am 25 and have had TMJ for a few years now. I have a displaced disc and my right joint is locked all the time. I am able to open my mouth pretty good but it hurts to do so. ... (17 replies)




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