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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... The knowts under the ear next to the jaw are your masseter muscles. ... (11 replies)
... I have the same exact muscle knot which is right behind my left ear. Had this for over 3 years and in the last year I had two cervical surgeries which was assumed to be the cause but it still remained. ... (11 replies)
... NOt super sure if the bone is sticking out..from your lower jaw , or if it's a knot in the muscle that is making it appear like something is large and sticking out more than normal...What I can tell you is how tmj specialists will treat tmd. ... (3 replies)

... onic myofascial pain is the same thing as TMJ. I know TMJ involves the joint, and I was told my joint is okay. I don't have the popping, clicking, headaches or jaw locking of TMJ. My opening doesn't seem limited. ... (1 replies)
... onic myofascial pain is the same thing as TMJ. I know TMJ involves the joint, and I was told my joint is okay. I don't have the popping, clicking, headaches or jaw locking of TMJ. My opening doesn't seem limited. ... (0 replies)
... the lump is gone so it may just be a swollen nymph node or a knot in a facial muscle due to some jaw dysfuntion, imblance, etc. ... (2 replies)
... constant headaches, jaw spasms, very limited mouth opening, etc. ... (36 replies)
... r question about pulling the trigger on the activator on your back and face to help your TMJ. I can only answer for myself here, but with me it was from whiplash in a car accident and all in my muscles. That side of my jaw ached horribly, and I couldn't open my mouth very far, and I had headaches on top of my head. ... (13 replies)
... insist on using the activator on the other side of my jaw, and it made it worse, so i insisted he use it on the problem side of my jaw. All it does is knock the knot out of that muscle and at the same time push it back into place. Also, make sure you sleep on the problem side of your jaw. ... (13 replies)
... The reason for the alignment issue is due to the muscle knot you have described and is a bit worse than I had but it can be released using massage and hot and cold treatment. ... (16 replies)
... He used it about 3 times consecutively on my jaw at first, which put my jaw back into place and at the same time knocked the knot out of the muscle. You should notice a difference almost right away, so i can't say for sure that this is for you. ... (13 replies)
... The pain alternative medicine treatment I have been doing since Dec. '07 is biofeedback. With that, I have not only learned ways of relaxing myself while in pain, but imagery techniques. ... (5 replies)
TMJ face change
Mar 11, 2010
... so you can actually see a difference between the two sides. My masseter muscle is really taut. ... (97 replies)
... relaxation CD made specifically to help relax the TMJ to be helpful some. Supplements to help the body in healing are important. It was recommended that I take calcium, magnesium, Vitamin D, etc... Heat helps at times. ... (1 replies)
... years ago I used to grind my teeth terribly in my sleep. It was so loud I'd wake up the entire house. ... (0 replies)
... at they are hearing from my joint is crackling. It's the crackling that they say is arthritis. Apparently, from what I read, they have an idea of what's going on in the joint by the type of noise and at what time you click or pop. They say clicking and popping are disc displacement or joints just making noise. ... (9 replies)
Tmj????
Jun 20, 2013
... I've had popping and clicking in jaw for more than 5 years now. Haven't thought much about til now. Recently I've noticed my right side scam muscle seems enlarged. Doctor took ultrasound but did not find anything. Also my ears ring like crazy constantly. I have shoulder Pain on my left side. ... (1 replies)
Pain in cheek?
Jan 14, 2004
... I have a book on trigger points and it suggests that trigger points can be found at any place in the masseter, from the cheekbone to the bottom edge of the jaw. ... (2 replies)
... bad posture really triggers pain in the head and tinnitus for me. What might be important for you is seeing a PT who does orofacial trigger point releases. ... (11 replies)
... I suffered with TMJ for about 3 months before I went to a chiropractor. In addition to barely being able to open my mouth, my neck and shoulders hurt a lot. ... (6 replies)




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