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... Yeah, I'd never consider surgery due to knowing it can't be reversed. I think it has something to do with my tmj joint itself & my jaw line. It doesn't look the same as my left one which I have no problems at all with it. It's completely my right side, & I can tell that it looks kind of curved & I hear crunching/popping/clicking sounds a lot of the time right near my right... (24 replies)
... I've been to many therapists, even ones that specialize in TMJ, dry needling for trigger points etc. None have helped, some were kind and knowledgeable about a lot of things beyond your normal therapist, but didn't have the solution. ... (24 replies)
... I have learned trigger points from my massage therapist and chiropractor, and tried acupuncture. Both of these help some, but after the acupuncture it gets aggravated really quickly again if I sing. How do others cope? ... (1 replies)

... Cheryl Lynn, I have had an episodic croupy cough ever since the prosthodontic related tmj exascerbation which began 6 years ago. The episodes have lasted weeks, and sometimes months at a time. ... (2 replies)
... First developed over 30 years ago, laser therapy uses a specific type of light to penetrate the skinís surface and underlying tissues to stimulate the bodyís natural repair processes. The result is faster healing and reduced pain, swelling and inflammation. Applying light produced by low level laser and superluminous diodes, triggers normal cellular functions that lead to... (8 replies)
... I had accupuncture for TMJ and was on my back not face down. ... (8 replies)
... The thing that bothers me the most about my TMJ is this feeling of wooziness or feeling as if I am walking sideways. The headaches are manageable and I don't have pain in my jaw. ... (4 replies)
... I have found that most alternative therapies such as acupuncture, cranio sacral therapy, chiro, etc. - any therapy that tries to address pressure points of the body - are only temporarily effective since they basically do not resolve the problem if it is due to a tm joint or displaced disc or muscular dysfunction. But even if it slightly helps relieve some of the pain its... (4 replies)
... very helpful with over all body pain and muscle tightness and twitching I was experiencing and it did help my body relax as it had become so tight due to chronic tmj pain. ... (11 replies)
... n or positioning when I had the replacement bridges and crowns done. And I have been struggling with my canines not feeling "right" ever since. One feels like it points into my mouth and one feels like it points outwards. ... (63 replies)
... my TMJ is caused primarily by my terrible clenching at night. It sounds very weird, but the thing that absolutely worked best for me was acupuncture. ... (6 replies)
... blown TMJ picture. ... (10 replies)
... but they address the particular points which make the muscles relax and the body go back to its restful relaxed state. It is often done through the clothes. ... (9 replies)
... lasting problems as a direct result of these traumas, however, doctors think that the minor whiplash type injuries further aggravated TMJ dysfunction, or Myofascial Pain Dysfunction, and further enhanced the pain and symptoms. ... (17 replies)
To MissiM
Apr 22, 2002
... ly breathing helps alot, walking losens up the muscles and shoulder roles are a great thing. 6. massage, either professional or try it it yourself tmj massage.... ... (2 replies)
Massage Therapy
Apr 22, 2003
... Acupressure is used like acupuncture to balance the flow of chi energy along the meridians. ... (13 replies)

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