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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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Is this tmj?
Apr 8, 2012
... Each nerve root in the neck has a neck joint or "facet" associated with it. ... (6 replies)
... spine to check for pinched nerve, bulging discs, curvature, etc? ... (4 replies)
Is it me?
Jun 12, 2009
... Each nerve root in the neck has a neck joint or "facet" associated with it. ... (5 replies)

... I have had more luck with seeing my chiro than from any dental treatments thus far. Although I did consider seeing an orthopedist when my body and alignment began to shift as a result of my bite issues I was afraid they would resort to some drastic measures like a a full body cast or cranio-cervical halo or worse yet some kind of surgery -so I let my imagination get the better... (8 replies)
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Dec 26, 2008
... days when I swallow. Besides, this is when I can relax my spine better and be straight. Also it relates better to their position of lying straight. ... (76 replies)
... Well stress does have way of finding your bodiy's weakest link or "soft spot" and using it almost as a relief valve - so it could be related. Does your neck bother you at all or do you find yourself clenching or grinding your teeth during stressful periods - as they may be triggers for what you describe as well. With that said - did the neurologist evaluate you for trimengial... (5 replies)
... related like a pinched nerve or compressed disc or it could be related to your central nervous system reacting to some type of stimuli such as pain or the firing of neuro trasmitters. ... (4 replies)
... I doubt the neuro will be able to help but at least have him check you. It sounds like a cervical or c-spine problem which may have been caused by the tmj. The clenching and grinding are signs that point to tmj and the leg spasms and arm pain are coming from compressed nerves in the neck. If the cervical MRI did not show a pinched nerve I would suspect then your atlas and axis... (2 replies)
... Clenching can cause neck and jaw pain but my guess is that your clenching is pushing your jaw back against your c-spine and you are having more issues with the misalignment that can cause since its affecting the thorasic or chest area. A good tmj specialist should be able to provide a splint that can help ease the affects of clenching and should be able to refer you to a chiro... (8 replies)
... Well - I was thinking more of a rotated atlas not really a compressed or herniated disc in the c-spine - but more of an alignment issue - which can happen when one has tmj. You should probably go see someone and have a tomogram done to confirm the tmj or not - if its not due to the positioning of the tm joints it could also be stemming from a poor bite (malocclusion) causing... (5 replies)




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