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... OK, so I'm desperate. I went for my first ever treatment of acupuncture yesterday. I had read that acupuncture can really help TMJ pain. For those who ever said that acupuncture doesn't hurt, I beg to differ. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, Yes i have the same exact condition, i have tmj but no pain at all. my jaw clicks out of control. my friend told me a chiropractor could help tmj. Wednesday i went to see one and he said its lax ligaments in the jaw. ... (4 replies)
Tmj nightmare
Dec 6, 2013
... have been reading so many posts about chronic pain and tmj, trying to decide if I wanted to take the time to register and post anything, when I came across your tmj issues. I am in quite some pain right now from severe tmj, so I won't make this a long reply. ... (17 replies)

... Active release technique is a technique used by physios and chiropractors not just on the TMJ joint but on other parts of the body as well, I think the theory is that it is supposed to help release adhesions that can keep muscles from moving properly. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, PT is a good thing too. I am not sure about TENSing. It did not help me a little bit but actually made it worse few times. ... (9 replies)
... How often does this tend to relapse? I have been doing really well since starting the Soma but i am wondering what will happen when i stop taking it. I feel like i am doing well enough to stop taking meds soon, is that wise? (12 replies)
... I didn't mean to suggest or imply that PT works to "cure" or "fix" tmj merely that is often used in conjunction with dental treatments which should actually correct the source or root problem - appropriate PT (or other alternative therapies such as chiro, cranial sacral, acupuncture, etc) for tmj can often help the muscles relax and regain their proper functioning quicker than... (12 replies)
... The thing that bothers me the most about my TMJ is this feeling of wooziness or feeling as if I am walking sideways. The headaches are manageable and I don't have pain in my jaw. ... (4 replies)
... but then at least you know where it is stemming from and can seek appropriate treatment. ... (4 replies)
... I have been seeing a chiropractor for several months and I have found it to be of great help. Sometimes people with tmj may have an underlying cause due to poor posture and poor body alignment. ... (14 replies)
... My tmj was caused by an injury horseback riding when I was about 17 years old. My right tmj disc is displaced. I took a lot of advil to combat headaches around that time and went to a couple of doctors.. ... (22 replies)
... We can take all the pills, massages, needling but what about why we have these pains? ... (22 replies)
... Hi Elle, Was wondering how you were feeling.... I also have issues stemming from my neck. My left side is hard as a rock... I get pain in the back and side of my head, also my temple. I am in physical therapy but have not noticed any improvement yet. I would certainly continue pursuing the neck correlation. Hope you are feeling better! (3 replies)
... facial pain, head, neck and shoulder pain etc. They can all be related to tmd. I would suggest seeing a specialist to help you diagnose this and determine the best treatment if you are in pain. ... (9 replies)
... I'd love to know your experience! I need something to help with the pain over the next year or so! ... (1 replies)
... haven't been sleeping well .. I wake up throughout the night. She said maybe I clench my jaw or grind my teeth. She referred me to a dentist who specializes in TMJ but I can't get an appointment until December. She said try advil and cold or hot compresses. ... (3 replies)
... I promised myself I would post if I found anything that gave me relief from my TMJ pain. I know some have it much worse, but I had pain in my jaw everyday for almost two years. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you SO MUCH for taking the time to help me. You have no idea how defeated I feel. I'm absolutely Dying to know if you have any suggestions about the type of care I should pursue next. ... (14 replies)
... I have been dizzy and light headed off and on for the last year. For me I looked up tmj massages that focuses on the facial and neck muscles that seems to work very well for me. I also do yoga that helps to learn to relax your mind and body. ... (18 replies)
... you get it and it may help a high percentage of patients but it still doesn't help EVERYONE. ... (5 replies)


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