posture

I've been working on my posture, I'm monitoring it 24/7.  I'm getting professional help from a great Chriopratic Center in Raleigh.

The Trigeminal Nerve and TMJ

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and the trigeminal nerves are some of the most important structures of the face and more than half of the total input to our brain comes from the trigeminal nerve. When the TMJ is out of alignment or compromised…

Eating Gluten and Ears Hurting?

I have been having ear issues with mostly my left ear the next day if I eat gluten, but Not for sure.  It feels like an ear infection, but I have no other signs that it's an infection other than off and on pain. Makes me wonder if it's the…

How can TMJ disturb or distort your C2 then entire spine?

Article Highlights: How can TMJ disturb or distort your C2 then entire spine and cause other health issues and symptoms : TMJ distortion causes subluxation of C2 (Axis) which leads to the collapse of the rest of the body structure. …

Suprahyoid Muscles and SCM Exercises and Retraining

Want to lose your double chin, prevent pain, and possibly elimante ear problems? At the moment I'm doing some exercises involving retraining of my suprahyoid muscles, releasing tension from my scalenes, softening up the muscles around in…

Facial Trigger Points

If you sometimes have a numb part of your face or dull feeling read this.  I've gotten a great del  of relief from it. http://www.minnesotamedicine.com/Past-Issues/Past-Issues-2010/May-2010/Clinical-Hubbard-May-2010 "The distribution…

Tinnitus Cause - Acoustic Jaw Reflex

A lot of this stuff has been unknown to me, but I did find it very interesting indeed to see possible connections. Hopefully you guys will find it interesting as well for research. This theoretical model of emotion is based on research…

Headache Management in an Interventional Pain Practice

Headache Management in an Interventional Pain Practice Andrea M. Trescot, MD More than 20 million people in the United States suffer from severe headaches. Most have been diagnosed as “mi- graines,” which have been assumed to be an…
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The Mandibular Nerve

The Mandibular Nerve: The Anatomy of Nerve Injury and Entrapment M. Piagkou1, T. Demesticha2, G. Piagkos3, Chrysanthou Ioannis4, P. Skandalakis5 and E.O. Johnson6 1,3,4,5,6Department of Anatomy, 2Department of Anesthesiology, Metropolitan…