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... Hello fellow friends, I was wondering if anyone can help me out here? ... (12 replies)
... Being that I've had these feelings for 6 years, migraines for 8, and a clear brain MRI, do you think my problem could be TMJ related because of my auto accidents I've been in? ... (10 replies)
... I have also been having facial numbness. I am not sure if that is a symptom of TMJ. ... (13 replies)

... stinging that I get intermitantly all over my body. It happens a lot in the feet, but I can get it anywhere on my skin including my ears for forehead, very high up. ... (0 replies)
Tmj face numbness
Nov 20, 2009
... What my physical therapist said about numbness in your arms, neck, or face from tmj is that when the muscles are in such spasm, they contract around the nerves, and cause numbness. ... (6 replies)
Have I Or Not
Oct 1, 2006
... IHAVE SUFFERED FROM FACIAL PAIN AND BLOCKED SINUS FOR 20 YEARS ON AND OFF. BEEN WRITTEN OFF BY ENT SURGEON AS CAT AND MRI SHOW NO SINUS PROBLEMS. ... (1 replies)
... Oh I definitely think a misaligned C1 can cause most if not all your symptoms. I am living proof of it. ... (12 replies)
... but if you irrirate your shoulder and neck mucles enough you can press on nerves that could cause numbness in your arms. ... (21 replies)
... Oh, and incidentally: I wish the sore throat were my only problem. It's definitely the main one and the one that's caused me by far the most woe, but in the last month I've also developed a plethora of additional symptoms: chronic neck, back, and shoulder pain (which can at times creep down all the way to my hip); facial pain that constantly changes locations but can feel like... (21 replies)
... I know that dealing with this TMJ stuff can be extremely frustrating. It is made even worse since there really isn't a "specialty" in this area and neither the medical nor dental fields take it fully on. ... (14 replies)
... First off, relax and try not to stress. Worry will only cause you to clench more at night and hold yourself tight. ... (9 replies)
... ontist and at one point, I didn't go for a year. I was told to make the decision if I wanted to go ahead with a jaw surgery and since I was in fear of permananet numbness and drooling etc, which I've read about, I was hesitant in making a decision. ... (21 replies)
... I am sure there are others here that are having problems with their condyles - some just don't log in every day so hopefully they will do so shortly and offer some advice. I have consulted with more than 20 drs over a 4 year period - the first few told me it was imagined pain and referred me to a therapist, after several months I developed neck problems and severe body... (9 replies)
Support please!
Jan 11, 2008
... and any test that can check for inflamation of the glands or undetermined infection. ... (18 replies)
... the C1 verterbrae or atlas located at the base of the head at the back of your neck can affect facial and jaw muscles and can cause spasms, tingling, numbness, etc if slightly off. An upper cervical chiro may help. ... (8 replies)
One problem down
Feb 3, 2004
... has made it necessary to perform this complex surgical procedure and, because of the seriousness of my condition, the TMJ reconstruction procedure cannot be considered an absolute solution to my TMJ problems. ... (12 replies)
... within the joint space which may cause continued jaw dysfunction and decreased range of jaw movement or chewing difficulty. ... (5 replies)
TMJ Specialist
Jun 3, 2003
... Possible TMJ, felt 'knots' in facial muscles. ... (14 replies)
... to assess each individuals specific issues and customize a treatment plan to help that patient. He didn't use any type of 'cookie cutter' approach that a lot of TMJ practitioners appear to use, based upon the internet ads and what has been shared here over the years. ... (12 replies)
... flareups that do not require treatment as the body resolves the problem on its own however if it does progress to becoming chronic do not let it go untreated as tmj can progress to include facial changes, permanent damage to teeth, bones and joints, jaw deviation, imbalanced bite, etc. ... (2 replies)


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