dania wrote: I believe it lead to TMJ or made it worse.
"amir wrote:"Experience shows that TMJ dysfunction is ALWAYS present in all 'MS' diagnosed cases!
In other words TMJ dysfunction very likely resulted in 'MS' or 'RSD' type symptoms.
blossom wrote:amir wrote:"Experience shows that TMJ dysfunction is ALWAYS present in all 'MS' diagnosed cases!
In other words TMJ dysfunction very likely resulted in 'MS' or 'RSD' type symptoms."
dr. amir, the first few yrs. i was first diag. with rsd. then it was back and forth-rsd? ms? then being told i probably had both-then .back to probable ms--to they just say ms. my connection to trauma and my symptoms were very evident to me but was always ignored by neuro.'s. "except the first one that diag. rsd." but, he and none to this day would connect the dots as i felt as far as spurs in cervical and other spinal issues--and i even told them how after the fall i devloped tmj and how bad i began to snore which i did not do before. it just fell on deaf ears.
I came across RSD only a week or so ago when I was reading a magazine which mentioned Paula Abdul's illness and how DMD's were now helping her. My curiosity lead me to understand a bit more about Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Obviously I found it rather shocking.
No Brain lesion = RSD = DMT's!
If a brain lesion surfaces = MS = DMT's
The injury the patient suffered at the outset is left behind in the distant past and yet it continues to play a key role in the symptoms that patients continue to suffer from.
If a patient has dental/Atlas/Hip asymmetries but is well and does not suffer any ill health; it soon changes if subjected to a neck injury. The injury does not heal until the other asymmetries are corrected.
On this thread the patients are FINALLY attending to what should have been attended to at the outset and hence they are getting relief - in spite of the brain lesions."
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