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... back at this time. For the jaw I believe they needle the masseter muscle. They may even be able to needle others if you get a really qualified therapist who understands all the jaw muscles. ... (5 replies)
... So sorry for your suffering. I've been struggling with TMJ issues since 2010. Based on what you've said, I would start from the very beginning. It doesn't seem to me that you've ever gotten a proper diagnosis of what is going on in your joint. ... (11 replies)
... I think the first visit should be more of an examination of your jaw and neck so the physio can get an idea of what going on and also your pain threshold. ... (3 replies)

... Hope some of these help you. Congratulations and hope all goes well on your big day. ... (2 replies)
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (10 replies)
TMJ disorder
May 18, 2016
... with me about what to expect from treatment. He was a friend of the family, and though I generally don't believe much of the hokum that chiropractors claim they can do, I decided to give this guy a chance. ... (2 replies)
... It started out as clicking and popping of the jaw, 4 months later jaw locked up on me. I had a closed lock for 17 months and could only open 17mm and my jaw deviated to one side and was in constant horrific pain in my jaws, face, ears...... ... (2 replies)
... e very negative outcomes with the condition. However, I figured it was high time I shared my story, in its entirety, and got some personalized advice. I hope you can bear with me as it is pretty long, but I'm truly desperate for some input. Thank you in advance to all who take the time to read my story. ... (1 replies)
... I highly recommend seeing if you can find someone who can do trigger point therapy on your mouth and neck. It can really really help with the muscle pain. ... (8 replies)
... If you have a well trained dentist, a proper fitting repositioning splint can help. It sounds like you've done your homework in finding a good neuromuscular dentist already. ... (23 replies)
Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (5 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)
... left side where my jaw hurts is open and I can't make my front teeth meet. It was also recommended that I have the sore tooth, also on left side, extracted. It had a root canal done in it in March 06' and the sides have always remained sore. ... (0 replies)
... but the tension and stress of not knowing what is going on with our bodies, and "clenching" our muscles all the time I know causes headaches for me. ... (8 replies)
... by my orthodontist who did not offer conservative treatments or approaches. My jaw was clicking during brace work, then my jaw started slipping. The rubber bands used for correction were pulling on my jaw muscles. Yet he had me continue treatment until it got worse. ... (12 replies)
... UM used to have a jaw clinic in the 80's. 1980 is when TMJ became my life. ... (10 replies)
... n by the "grinding" and where you feel the pain. i also feel pain around my jawline as if this part of my jaw had its own joint or separate part that was moving on its own and causing me pain. ... (7 replies)
... I've had ultrasound done by a chiropractor. The first time, about 3 or 4 years ago, was a success. ... (2 replies)
... Too many approaches and no board certification of TMJ makes this very very exhausting! ... (2 replies)
... Hello, been a while since I've been on this board. I hope everyone is improving or at least getting by as best they can. ... (2 replies)




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