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... You actually have a specialized tmj pain specialist? ... (3 replies)
... Hi Misty Thank you for responding. This chiropracter won't be treating thr neck or back. My problem is I also have tooth pain. And no official diagnosis yet. Everytimd I am seen by dentist and they assess me I come out with more pain becauuxe they touch the muscles etc where it hurts I am going to see if we have a pt who specializes in this and the dry needling How... (5 replies)
... Hi novella, It sounds like any treatment that helps release muscle tension would help you. I am in the same boat right now. I have severe neck/shoulder tension on my left side. Feels like my head and face is being constantly pulled down and to the left. Might I suggest you try to find a massage therapist familiar with the jaw and neck connection. I have also heard that... (5 replies)

... face changing, bite, lossing more things in life, things getting worse in our mind body and spirt. No way! The cause has to be addressed in my opinion! Then the tmj will resolve, that's what I feel. My everything revolves around getting my cause of this fixed. ... (22 replies)
... Maybe you could try different doctor? I have an appointment with Dr. Steve Wilk soon, and I am hesitating to go as I have the fear of things get worse and I can not afford that any more. My problem started with 4 years(almost 5 years now) ago with upper 2 teeth extraction for brace. With years of invasive treatment, teeth extraction, space close, shifting, space reopen,... (9 replies)
... Hey there, i started with equillibration to try to get my bite to align properly. Honestly though, i wish i would have tried some more conservative first such as a physical therapist, doing jaw exercises, yoga, etc. Because i have significant bone deterioration now, there really isn't a conservative approach, but if definitely suggest these things first! I saw a Stephen Wilk... (9 replies)
... Some people who grind have found stress relief techniques such as yoga or meditation helpful to prevent or decrease their grinding at night.... some doctors prescribe anti anxiety medications that help some people... ... (4 replies)
... When I first started having TMJ symptoms about 6 months ago, I was optimistic that the problem would clear up quickly. I was 26 at the time, currently 27. ... (4 replies)
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... I had both my jaw joints replaced in the beginning of September with TMJ Concepts. I am, in general, very pleased with the results. ... (2 replies)
... Im suffering TMJ hard since October 2014 ... ... (15 replies)
... th the mouth guard, I just naturally have muscle tension when stressed. I have tried massage therapy, which will help for a few days. I exercise, and try to do yoga when time permits, and use a heating pad on my jaw area. ... (15 replies)
... Jordo, my TMJ specialist started me out with gentle jaw exercises. You can find many online videos for TMJ exercises to help stretch the tired and upset jaw muscles. That may help you. A dentist or a doctor should be able to prescribe muscle relaxers. ... (15 replies)
... Where do you live? Have you tried talking to a neuromuscular dentist? Have you tried things like myofunctional therapy or yoga? You can also try popsicle sticks as a test - put tongue depressors in your mouth and bite on your back teeth. Keep adding them one by one. If you eventually get to a point where you feel relief, you can fabricate a bite raising appliance to take... (7 replies)
... I believe I either have tmj or had vestibular neuritis All with complications from GAD. What do you all think? ... (7 replies)
... Jpat08! I would love to tell you my story and seek your help! In July I received two small fillings in between my two back teeth (top/right). For the next three months I went back to my dentist 5 times complaining of tingling pain and discomfort. Finally, at the end of September, my dentist redid the fillings. He found that the filling had leaked through the ring fitting a... (14 replies)
... I have found that altering my diet and sleep habits have given me significant improvement above oral appliances. At one point I was taking Celebrex, Flexeril and Ativan to address my symptoms daily. Now I am off the Celebrex and only an occasional flexeril and Ativan. I had three kids in three years while completing my undergraduate degree. I can relate to your situation. I... (12 replies)
... s distracting me from studying and enjoying life in general.. I used to work out but I'm scared now Bcz I've read that it might get worse with working out, saw a tmj specialist who referred me to a physical therapist and was wondering about acupuncture.. Any advice about probable progression of disease ? ... (12 replies)
Numbess and TMJ
Sep 9, 2014
... exercises, soft diet, Celebrex, occasional muscle relaxers, a proper mouth guard and yoga have all helped. The one thing that I think has helped the most was finding out that I am deficient in vitamin D. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for responding. Yes being dizzy is the pits. I have a hand massager that I try and use 2 times a day for the face and all the other things mentioned. Did the dizzy ever go away fully? I can't stand feeling like I am drunk all the time. (18 replies)


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