Monthly Archives: October 2015

Infection Pain In Jaw

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. I got an email from Barry and he was having some TMJ pain. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint which is your jaw joint right there. And I’m gonna show you today just some simple stretches and strengthening exercises to get that TMJ feeling better. So we’re just gonna start off, you want to start off gently with these exercises, you don’t want to push very hard because this joint is small and it can get irritated very quickly. The first one you wanna do is you’re gonna use the palm of your.

Hand so you’re not pushing with your fingers, but you’re using just your palm. You’re gonna put your palm on one side, doesn’t matter because we’re gonna do both. And you gonna keep your mouth and teeth aligned. So the jaw stays in one spot, your teeth stay aligned so they’re not going back and forth like that. You’re gonna keep it nice and still and you’re gonna push your palm in that way. And just hold it in place. A nice little 5 second push. Good. See how my jaw’s not actually moving but I’m just putting gentle pressure on one.

Side. Then after your do that maybe 35 times, 5 seconds a piece, then you’re gonna switch and do the same thing on the other side. So make sure you don’t just do one side and not the other side cause you wanna keep it even. The next one really simply, you’re gonna open your mouth just a little bit and put your fingers inside but make sure you don’t bite your fingers. You’re not biting, your keeping again your jaw still and pushing pressure down this time. So you’re gonna put your fingers in your mouth on your bottom teeth, and just.

TMJ Exercises Stretches to Relieve Jaw Pain Ask Doctor Jo

Push down. See again my jaw’s not moving. I’m not stretching it open, I’m keeping it in one spot. Again just start off with about 5 seconds of gentle pushing and do that about 5 times. The last one is to stretch out the join back here. You’re going to put your palm on your chin and just push straight back. Again you wanna make sure that your teeth are in alignment. If your teeth are over here or over here and your moving it, you’re going to irritate that joint. So just palm on the chin. And relax your jaw. And push straight.

Pain Below Left Ear Near Jaw

Lift your chin tilt your head back, so your chin is pointing up Lift your chin and tilt your head back so your chip is pointing up and out. Push your lower jaw forward a little Feel the stretch under the chin Feel the stretch under the chin Hold for a count of 10 Slowly lower your chin by 3 inches, then lift again Repeat lifting and lowering 20 times, moving slowly to work the muscles Don’t push the lower jaw out too far there shouldn’t be any pain or tension in the jaw joint under your ears.

The Focus Point is under the chin make sure you can feel the area working hard Keep the head straight, don’t turn or twist your neck Last 5 repetitions.keep focusing on the area under your chin Drop your chin down low to relax and release the muscles properly Lift your chin, tilt your head back and roll the lower jaw out slightly Hold for a count of 10 Drop your chin down 3 inches, then slowly lift it again Keep the movement slow The Focus Point is under the chin, feel the stretch here.

Jaw Pain Related To Sinus Infection

Today I would like to talk about sinus infections As you can propably tell by the sound of my voice I have been suffering from a sinus infection since more than one year When I visited my ENT physicians one year ago he told me that the only solution would be an operation but since I don’t always believe everything people tell me I decided to search the internet and seek for alternative solutions. Several net doctors talked about alternative ways and methods on how to treat a sinus infection and that is how I bumped into Airnergy.

I also found out that the overall healing rate of an operation is only 20 and several net doctors confirmed this I have to admit that I was already introduced to Airnergy in the past. I used Airnergy’s Stream about one year ago when I was suffering from backpain but those disappeared again after 14 days Suddenly I remembered an interview with Professor Dr. Jung about throat and sinus infections. He talked about the positives results that have been achieved by using Airnergy while suffering from sinus infections, throat infections and so on.

I immediately began using Airnergy’s Stream 20 minutes and 2 to 3 times per day over a time period of approximately 6 weeks Maybe it helped or maybe it was the combination of Airnergy’s Stream and one of their breathing devices for 21 minutes in the evening that ensured a reduction of 20 to 30 of my symptoms. No one should expect a speedy recovery and even an ENT physicians can not guarantee this. But what I have to confirm is that Prof. Dr. Jung statements were true and you also have to take into concideration.

Sinusitis sinus infections AIRNERGY Stream The new Pain Medicine of the Future

Fever Causing Jaw Pain

When should you consult a doctor about your headaches When evaluating a patient for headache in general, we look for certain warning signs or red flags in the history, and on the physical examination. Typical red flags that would make me as a neurologist worry would include things such as the headache being associated with fever or stiffness of the neck or body pains or joint aches which would make me think that the headache is a manifestation of some other illness like an infection such as meningitis in worrisome condition.

Other indications would be if the headache were associated with some neurologic defects, numbness on one side of the body, weakness on one side of the body, difficulty with speech or understanding what is being said to the patient or difficulty in vision or eyesight. Again, that would make me worry of a neurologic complication. The headache might be the manifestation of a stroke or were still a brain tumor. Also, how did the headaches occur Headaches that have their onset with coughing, straining, exercise like weightlifting or sexual activity could be a worrisome indication.

It might mean that in fact the headache is a manifestation of a bleed into the brain, hemorrhagic stroke, or an aneurysm that is ruptured. Alternatively those same things causing headache could be the result of a brain tumor in the back of the head that interferes with the pathways of the cerebrospinal fluid. Also at what age did the headache begin Headaches that start after age 50 for the first time are worrisome. As we get older, we are more likely to have other medical conditions, brain tumors, inflammations of the arteries, a condition known as Giantcell arteritis, which causes.

When To Consult A Doctor About Headaches

Headaches only after the age of 50 with associated jaw pain, tenderness of the scalp, and as untreated blindness. Brain tumors are also more likely or metastasis from other tumors to the brain are more likely after the age of 50. So the age of onset is a red flag for us. Also lastly, a change in the pattern of headaches, so even if you had a longstanding history of headaches, but the headache should coming to me with now are different than your usual headaches. They have a different quality to the pain. They have a different location. That would.

Teeth Grinding In Rabbits

Hi, My name is Brent Stevens I am a Kundalini Yoga Instructor at Yogala in Echo Park, Los Angeles. And today I am going to go over a few facial exercises to help keep men young. Despite age, despite gravity, there are simple, ancient ways you can keep your face looking young without surgery. The first exercise that I want to do with you is a simple movement of the forehead that not only works to eventually strengthen the forehead muscles and reduce the wrinkles, but gives energy to the brain, itself, the.

Frontal lobe. So you simply move the forehead up and down like this. You can close your eyes and just go up and down. It looks a little funny but it’s very good for the brain and the entire forehead. And you can do that for one or two minutes or even longer. The next one is a simple wrinkling motion of the nose just like a rabbit does, which is good for the sinuses, the nose muscles as well as the brain. The next one I want to show you is simply loosening up some tension in the jaw, with a gentle circular massage.

On the biggest part of your jaw muscle right here. You want to make a circular motion. Often times, TMJ is the cause of too much tension held throughout the day which leads to grinding the teeth at night. A couple minutes of jaw massage can help to relieve this in yourself. The next one is another jaw exercise where you can roll the jaw around in circles almost like a cow. Another one that looks funny, but it’s very very good to release tension in the face and the jaw. And the final one.

How to Exercise Your Face to Look Younger

I want to show you for today is just a simple movement back and forth, where you literally shake out the tension in the face. You just go like this you go side to side for a while. You want to keep your eyes closed for that one so you don’t get dizzy. And when you’re done you simply sit with your eyes closed and allow the facial muscles to relax into it. So, if you can commit to doing these facial exercises just for 12 minutes for each exercise per day for a total of 510 minutes, you could.

TMJ X Ray Anatomy

The temporomandibular joint the TMJ is the joint between the lower jawbone the mandible and the temporal bone of the skull. The TMJ is responsible for jaw movement and is the most used joint in the body. The TMJ is essentially the articulation between the condyle of the mandible and the mandibular fossa a socket in the temporal bone. The unique feature of the TMJ is the articular disc a flexible and elastic cartilage that serves as a cushion between the two bone surfaces. The disc lacks nerve endings and blood vessels.

In its center and therefore is insensitive to pain. Anteriorly it attaches to lateral pterygoid muscle a muscle of chewing. Posteriorly it continues as retrodiscal tissue fully supplied with blood vessels and nerves. The mandible is the only bone that moves when the mouth opens. The first 20 mm opening involves only a rotational movement of the condyle within the socket. For the mouth to open wider, the condyle and the disc have to move out of the socket, forward and down the articular eminence, a convex bone surface located anteriorly.

To the socket. This movement is called translation. The most common disorder of the TMJ is disc displacement, and in most of the cases, the disc is dislocated anteriorly. As the disc moves forward, the retrodiscal tissue is pulled in between the two bones. This can be very painful as this tissue is fully vascular and innervated, unlike the disc. The forward dislocated disc forms an obstacle for the condyle movement when the mouth is opening. In order to fully open the jaw, the condyle has to jump over the back end of the disc and onto its center. This produces a.

Temporomandibular Joint TMJ Anatomy and Disc Displacement Animation

Clicking or popping sound. Upon closing, the condyle slides back out of the disc hence another click or pop. This condition is called disc displacement with reduction. In later stage of disc dislocation, the condyle stays behind the disc all the time, unable to get back onto the disc, the clicking sound disappeared but mouth opening is limited. This is usually the most symptomatic stage the jaw is said to be locked as it is unable to open wide. At this stage the condition is called disc displacement without reduction.

Maxillary Sinus Infection And Jaw Pain Relief

When you hear someone say they get migraines, you probably think of headaches, really BAD headaches. But in fact, the symptoms associated with migraine disorders are widely varied. What can some of those symptoms feel like It felt like my skull couldn’t accommodate the balloon that someone was blowing up inside of my head. Instead of just the sensitivity to light, I was now getting sensitivity to sound and to feeling. My headaches affected me at school because I missed a lot of the papers we were doing. It affected my playtime because when they were being loud I couldn’t play because it was too loud.

And the one time that I had a migraine so severely they did not know if it was a migraine or a stroke. Very scary situation. The spinning sensation occurred whenever I moved my head. Even slight movement like this or like this. There’s a squishiness in my ear that never leaves, and I also noticed that I smell things that other people don’t smell and I taste things that are have a odd taste to them, that are not recognized by others. Recently I’ve been experiencing unexplained odors. They’re very strange and they range.

From smells of exhaust to sweet smells of chocolate or of popcorn. I would pull into my driveway, get out of the car, and I would have a feeling that I was still moving or I would even look at the car and think maybe my car was rolling. I did recently find out that aphasia could be an aspect of this atypical migraine symptom, and my husband and I almost have a joke about it. I’ll be speaking, and I’ll just raise my eyebrows and point to him, and he’ll say the word I can’t find.

Migraine Chronic Sinusitis, Dizziness, EarEye PainPressure, Abnormal HearingSmellTasteTouch

I get carsick a lot and it makes my head hurt and my stomach hurt. I’m Katey’s mother and we both suffer from migraines. I also experienced carsickness as a child. There is a family history with migraines in the family, mainly the women. I am still left with the same problems, the same ear pain, the same pressure, the same vestibular disturbance. The antibiotics did nothing. I believe I’ve seen three or four different Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctors who have sent me for Xrays, MRIs, CAT scans I’m not sure what all tests, but they’ve all come back negative.

By chance he said, Have you tried magnesium First I was so surprised that he was taking me seriously, that I just started to laugh. I started taking Nortriptyline, and that helped for a while. I’ve been on the Topamax now for 6 months and I’ve had no sinus symptoms whatsoever, and I can’t tell you how much that has changed my life. The other thing that I was really interested in was the neurophysical therapy. I did that for about 3 months and that has been to date the most effective intervention that I’ve done so far.

So it got to the point where I can wear socks, I don’t have to think twice of which is the worst bra, which is the best bra. I can actually get dressed, um, the sensitivity is I would say 95 gone. One of the things I’m learning about auditory processing disorder with migraines and other symptoms is also the fact that depression is linked with some of the symptoms. And to know that my symptoms both collaborate together and they’re really one symptom is giving hope that maybe the ear pain will go away, the ear ringing will go away, the pressure.

Jaw Surgery After Wisdom Teeth

Hi, my name is Jesse. I live in Gainesville, Georgia. Dr. Simonton did a number of procedures on me he took out my wisdom teeth, he removed molars, and I also had orthognathic surgery. Growing up, I always had a pretty big overbite. It made it to where I couldn’t close my mouth when I was sleeping, and it also was more of an aesthetic thing, sort of a selfconfidence thing that got fixed as well. Also, I had a deviated septum, so Dr. Simonton went in there all at once and fixed all those things. Now, I’m able to.

Jaw Joint Pain Popping

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. I got an email from Barry and he was having some TMJ pain. TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint which is your jaw joint right there. And I’m gonna show you today just some simple stretches and strengthening exercises to get that TMJ feeling better. So we’re just gonna start off, you want to start off gently with these exercises, you don’t want to push very hard because this joint is small and it can get irritated very quickly. The first one you wanna do is you’re gonna use the palm of your.

Hand so you’re not pushing with your fingers, but you’re using just your palm. You’re gonna put your palm on one side, doesn’t matter because we’re gonna do both. And you gonna keep your mouth and teeth aligned. So the jaw stays in one spot, your teeth stay aligned so they’re not going back and forth like that. You’re gonna keep it nice and still and you’re gonna push your palm in that way. And just hold it in place. A nice little 5 second push. Good. See how my jaw’s not actually moving but I’m just putting gentle pressure on one.

Side. Then after your do that maybe 35 times, 5 seconds a piece, then you’re gonna switch and do the same thing on the other side. So make sure you don’t just do one side and not the other side cause you wanna keep it even. The next one really simply, you’re gonna open your mouth just a little bit and put your fingers inside but make sure you don’t bite your fingers. You’re not biting, your keeping again your jaw still and pushing pressure down this time. So you’re gonna put your fingers in your mouth on your bottom teeth, and just.

TMJ Exercises Stretches to Relieve Jaw Pain Ask Doctor Jo

Push down. See again my jaw’s not moving. I’m not stretching it open, I’m keeping it in one spot. Again just start off with about 5 seconds of gentle pushing and do that about 5 times. The last one is to stretch out the join back here. You’re going to put your palm on your chin and just push straight back. Again you wanna make sure that your teeth are in alignment. If your teeth are over here or over here and your moving it, you’re going to irritate that joint. So just palm on the chin. And relax your jaw. And push straight.

Teeth Grinding (bruxism) Is Due To

Some people suffer with teeth grinding and also teeth clenching. These are two very debilitating conditions because they are not only painful but they affect the health of your teeth. Very often the teeth gets worn down very very quickly. Teeth can actually be broken in the course of grinding and clenching and also as well it can affect your sleep because very often when people grind their teeth it tends to be at night when they’re sleeping. The symptoms of teeth grinding and teeth clenching come from how we handle our stress and our aggression.

In our everyday lives. For some people that’s very difficult and may require other interventions. However, what we can do for your physical symptoms here at botonics is we can administer neurotoxin, otherwise referred to as Botox by many people, to the muscles involved in the grinding and clenching process to relieve some of the pain and also to perhaps atrophy the muscle that would have built up over time that may be giving you a wider jaw than you used to have. However, we do recommend that you do also seek some help.