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... the trigeminal nerve has several branches and has a long path so the problem could be compression anywhere along the nerve brach, even from muscular tension. ... (3 replies)
... p last May. It started with my nose and spread down to just below my lower lip and over the bottom half of my ears. I've seen my PCP a couple times, my ENT, my TMJ doc a couple times and my PT. They have tried a few things, but nothing has worked. ... (13 replies)
... they are kind of like little spasms running along nerve pathways. This is why most tmj sufferers end up doing some type of alternative treatment like accupuncture, physical therapy, chiro treatments, cranio sacral therapy, etc. ... (2 replies)

... Facial and and even cranial tingling or numbing sensation is pretty common for most tmj sufferers. I think its due to the stress of the overworked or dysfunctioning muscles heightening the sensitivity of nerve sensors of the skin. ... (3 replies)
... Dear Mike, Thanks for the reply. I also forgot to ask you, how did he access the sphenoid? Through the mouth? Or the back of the skull? I know the sphenoid sinus is located deep in the head, by the brain stem--thereby by the base of the skull. It is the only sinus that can cause dizziness. I wonder if it's the same structure, or are there 2 sphenoids in the head... This is... (11 replies)
... Allison, I am so sorry you're going through all this. I also went through rounds of misdiagnoses from Bell's Palsy to cancer. I hope you will find some solution through your therapies. I really do wish I could help you but my symptoms don't completely match yours and I don't have the scientific background to explain your symptoms. But thank you for sharing your story... (16 replies)
... working muscles. It has to do with my 7th cranial nerve, and that is what was affected. ... (16 replies)
... I have had more luck with seeing my chiro than from any dental treatments thus far. ... (8 replies)
... many who do not suffer with tmj can not fathom the type of pain it is nor its affect on a person. ... (2 replies)
... they may have limited experience, I am not sure, but its common with myofacial pain syndrome, cranial mandibular cervical syndrome and advanced TMD. ... (3 replies)
... spine problem which may have been caused by the tmj. The clenching and grinding are signs that point to tmj and the leg spasms and arm pain are coming from compressed nerves in the neck. ... (2 replies)
TL- how are you
Jun 25, 2008
... how frustrating. If the osteo thinks your bite is balanced does she mean your cranial planes are balanced? ... (76 replies)
... for several months now as the tmj dr sent me to a cranial chiro since he felt I was just too "torqued " and needed to have that corrected first. ... (7 replies)
Is it me?
Jun 12, 2009
... Welcome to the tmj nightmare. ... (5 replies)
... I just started with a new chiro and she said my atlas c1 was a little tilted and as such my head is sitting crooked. Also my cervicals are messed up. ... (11 replies)
A message of hope
Sep 20, 2010
... RATE or GAGE pain I find something to compare OTHER pain I have had. When the Doctor asks what level of pain your in, whether its the Doctor treating you for the TMJ disorder, or another Doctor your having to describe your pain to, the PAIN itself I rate, again, by OTHER past pain experiences. ... (29 replies)

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