3 years ago I got some heavy dental work done--totally messed my mouth--I had a class I on one side, and class II on other, underbite problem, and ended up with at least class II on both sides (made me worse, not better with their work)---ended up in severe pain (for past 3 years!), with severe TMJ problem--many dentists seen, no help--Finally now seeing a neuromuscular dentist, and have been wearing different types of orthotic devices (similiar to night guards) for past 17 months to slowly reposition my jaw to a spot where correct the joint problem, and then willl have to have most of teeth crowned in order to realign my teeth to correct joint position! You cannot imagine the amt of money this is costing. BUT the pain is at minimal level now !
But along the route of mending, have seen an osteopath, and chiropractor, and do a number of exercises. One of findings is that I have lordosis of neck--esentially, a straight neck ! (am doing excercises for this)--this neuromuscular dentistry is a relatively new field, but it will oddly end up helping my MS. With all the body work to correct the neck and jaw alignment, am doing much better. With the osteopathic cranial manipulation, amazing how much better my vision and mood are right after a treatment--one area the Dr concentrates on is separating the skull from neck in back--I also do an exercise several times a day to stretch this area--was extremely difficult and painful to do when I started it last year, now easy, but still a bit painful..
So yes, these problems were glossed over with me until the dental work made them so glaring that I had to get answers.
If you want further info on any of this, I think there is a way we can contact each other privately here, but don't know how yet.
meanwhile, you can look at site of neuromuscular dentistry to get an idea of how they help http://www.leadingdentists.com/