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... I'm not aware of it being approved officially for TMJ relief though I gather that it has been used by some. I think the theory is to try to relax the muscles which might be aggravating or causing TMJ symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I made some progress with Dr. Reda Abdel Fattah in Boca Raton. He is very conservative in his treatments. My treatments with him include numerous splints, trigger point injections, therapy, massage. ... (5 replies)
... your blood pressure can rise to the point where it can trigger a stroke. So you need to get this looked at regardless of your TMJ issues. ... (5 replies)

... for a fact that my insurance does not cover it. I'm actually shocked I've gotten them to cover as much as they have, since according to their policies, the only tmj treatment they cover is surgery. My doctors and specialists must be coding it in a way that it's able to get covered. ... (17 replies)
... or TMJ specialist about botox injections to see if you can get longer relief. ... (17 replies)
Gabapentin?
Sep 1, 2014
... My understanding is that gabapentin is supposed to treat nerve pain. YOu should try it you haven't. I do understand that you have take fairly high doeses for it work (its safe). I had amitryptaline and it didn't do anything for me - just spaced me out. But Everyone responds differently when it comes to pain. Do you think you clench/grind at night? If so you should be... (4 replies)
... it didn't work with me and at some point if its not working it doesn't make sense to continue. ... (6 replies)
... I've done trigger point injections and they don't work. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Klowieboyz....I just had trigger point injections yesterday afternoon. I was in a sailing accident two years ago and was hit in the face by the boom of the boat and knocked unconscious. ... (5 replies)
... lanicade trigger point injections for TMJ? ... (5 replies)
... and should not have any kind of over the counter anti inflammatory. My question is..does anyone know if the trigger point injections in the shoulder will interfer with the prolotherapy injections in the jaw joint since one treatment involves inflammation and the other antiinflammation? ... (1 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply. I'd done a search on the web, on various TMJ sites, and on this site, and although there was mention of Trigger Point Injections, none that I found were specific about the outcomes. ... (6 replies)
... I did the trigger point injections once when my jaw locked up and although I did not experience the same results or adverse affects you did I found they did little to help - so I never had them done again. Personally I can't see any benefit to numbing a painful site - I know they say this sometimes helps nerves calm down and relax but they seem to aggravate them if you ask me.... (6 replies)
... Has anyone else had Trigger Point Injections for their TMJ? ... (6 replies)
... I had trigger point injections about a year ago. I went twice for them and unfortunately the muscle spasms returned, but it was nice to get a break for about a week. ... (5 replies)
... He also told me to come back in 6 weeks, said if I did not improve we could try trigger point injections or that cold spray to stretch my jaw. ... (5 replies)
... for a while. Since my last post back in March, I have been seeing my DDS and been on the splint therapy for almost 3 months. During the weekly visit, he also did trigger point injections and used the TENS unit while massaging the muscles on my head. ... (5 replies)
... I am in the same position. I had the trigger point injections at the beginning of my treatment and it did give me some temporary relief...that is when my insurance covered it. ... (3 replies)
... But, I can say that I, too, get trigger point injections. ... (3 replies)
... I also get trigger point injections on both sides of the jaw. ... (3 replies)


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