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Are Thyroid Issues Linked With Tmj
Hard lump on left side of neck about half way up can't be moved and clicking in thyroid could this be TMJ related? If no what is it?
Occasional pain in front of neck near jugulodigastric lymph nodes. Comes and goes. Ultrasound says no pathological lymph node enlargement? Tmj? Thyroid?
I have high CRP level 5.7. Normal CBC, normal cholesterols, normal thyroid, normal ferritin. 37 yr female, 5'11", 150. BAD TMJ, depression, fatigue?
TMJ: Your "bad TMJ" is not likely a cause and effect of the other aspects of your condition. If you have bruxism, this can negatively affect your TMJ. Chronic pain can result in depression. Please see a TMJ expert to try to get your TMJ under control. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Ddd l5, djd right tmj, chronic sciatica and back pain, hypermobile fingers, hashimoto's thyroid. Could there be an underlying disease connecting these?
Neck is related too: When you open your jaw you hold your head in place with the muscles of the neck and upper back. Therefore, if you have a problem with your jaw joint it also relates to additional problems with your neck and upper back. All of these situations will need to be addressed in your treatments if you are going to fully recover a normal function and be able to manage the problem. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
TMJ Dysfunction: TMD, musculoskeletal pain in the TMJ area can arise from the cervical spine and those rheumatic and collagen diseases that affect the masticatory system and cervical spine. Because muscle pain is a deep somatic pain, it can also cause central excitatory effects through sensory, motor or autonomic systems (neck problems or dizziness). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I recently developed pain on the right side of my neck when chewing, have suffered from shooting pains on skull for years, could this be TMJ?
What kind of neck brace can I use for my craniocervical instability when I also have TMJ problems?
CCI is a serious condition of hereditary or traumatic origin such as a serious auto collision.
While I have no expertise with CCI, I have spent 45 years treating TMJ and can tell you that any kind of cervical brace will make your TMJ much worse.
If your CCI was diagnosed by a chiropractor, have the condition confirmed by an Orthopaedist. If (s)he does not concur, seek treatment for your TMJ. ...Read more
I know Botox doesn’t spread I’m not stupid. But if it’s making my neck tight could that not affect my tmj? A tight neck I’m saying. Not Botox in neck
Botox injection: I can not tell from your history whether you have had a Botox injection somewhere or not. In general, a Botox injection to a specific site will stay around that area and not diffuse or spear out greatly. Botox injections to the neck should not affect the TMJ unless it is targeted for that area. I am not aware or specific Botox injections for TMJ. I hope this helps you in your journey for health ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I have TMJ and its caused my neck to swell up n it hurts when I swallow I read this and wanted to know can a person massage my TMJ swellness?
TMJ pain: Although its possible for temporomandibular joint disorders to refer pain to the the throat or surrounding structures, swelling makes it sounds like you may have something else going on. I would see your primary care physician or ask for a referral to an ENT specialist. To answer your question, massage can be beneficial for helping alleviate tension in the TMJ but will not cure the cause. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Treat TMJ: Treat your TMJ problem, If the neck pain is related, and the TMJ settles down, the neck pain should improve. See a TMJ expert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Neck pain along with same side headache pain. What's causing this feels like it could be TMJ related. Stress? What can I do
Neck pain: Muscle spasm is a symptom of an overactive fight or flight system that is usually what we call stress. I suggest you look for modalities to decrease stress: meditation, yoga, acupuncture, massage, rolfing, feldenkrais. Consider seeing a chiropractor, too. Besides my work, consider seeing a therapist for talk therapy. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I've had sharp pains in the front of my neck, sides, and underneath my jaw. Stiffness of these parts as well. Could this be connected to my tmj?
Yes: Yes. Common TMD symptoms. See a TMJ expert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I get Botox in my neck/shoulders and I swear it gives me more tightness. Could that also affect my TMJ since those areas are close? It’s worse now.
ONLY AFFECTS the muscles it is injected into....the effects do not "SPREAD" Your TMJ complaints are a SEPARATE issue!
Hope this is helpful
Dr Z ...Read more
Felt odd shock like sensation in back near spine. In dr office near appliance & got tense then felt it (already have neck pains, TMJ, nerve function feels off lately, anxiety) should I mention to dr?
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I have pain in the left corner of my jaw (it pops), part of my neck under it that goes away after a few minutes. TMJ? Lymph node?
Could be TMJ: Those symptoms could certainly indicate a TMJ problem. Visit my webpage on TMJ for more comprehensive explanation here.......http://www. Laserdentistbaltimore. Com/tmj-therapy/ ...Read more
I have had TMJ for nearly 2 years. Ear problems have improved but now getting tension in neck. Does this mean the condition is getting worse?
Yes & No: Tmj (joint) is anatomy - everyone has 2 of them, one on each side. Tmd (disorder) is a problem with one or both joints. Stress will make tmd worsen & the tension in your neck indicates you have more stress. It's good that the ear issues have improved. You need to address the stress - perhaps exercise or ginding time every day to destress will help. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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