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tickalert
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Recently I've had a flare up of TMJ symptoms.

Not only am I experiencing jaw pain but also pressure/pain in back of head.

One thing that seems quite strange is the pressure and pain diminish when I'm standing.

Currently I have a chiropractor working on this for me. Helps some but not a lot. In two weeks I see a PT who specializes in TMJ.

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I have been dealin with a lot of the same issues..

feet also, have been getting frozen during the day when sitting..neuropathy maybe even..

but yeah..neck popping locking and tmj is severe

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My worst symptom is neck pain while sitting. My neckmuscles get really tight, and I get a burning sensation at the bottom of my skull.

I can't sit for more thena 15 minutes 2 timesw a day.

They did an MRI, and found some degeneration of the spine, which is "strange", since I don't have any autoimmune disorder and never had any kind of accident, or even repetitive activities that could cause it.

My LLMD says its the lyme. I know several others have posted here about spinal deterioration. I mean, the joints of the spine are great places for lyme to set up residence....

neck pain and popping are common with lyme

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I'm sure it's partly lyme...makes sense.

I did have some pretty bad accidents between gymnastics, mountain bike and car a long time ago with a long history of TMJ issues.

My doc who is treating this mentioned injections with steroids..can't do that.

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I have the above sx constantly and do alot for lymph drainage cane.

What do you suggest in addition to dry brushing, rebounding, pekana drainage kit, burbur, parsley, etc?

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Make certain that dental infections are not a problem. Wisdom tooth sites (with or without teeth). Root canals do more damage than I can list here. Heavy Metal toxicity is a major hurdle when combined with Lyme and other infections.

I lived with what Tickalert desdribes for a
l o o n g time until I took care of the dental problems and years of heavy metal detoxification caused by the different metal alloys in fillings and crowns. It was not a problem until I got bit by a tick. Then all hell broke loose.

I realize this is a miserable thing for anyone to hear, when the occiput feels like if wearing 3 tight bathingcaps. But I avoided the problems for years and I am sorry I did.

After eliminating these problem sources, I started to heal Lyme and infections. Not before.
I am fine today.

I am doing the Allergie Immun Therapy now for a year, and today I tested for the different toxins I am releasing due to that "drops of informed water" therapy. the very toxins that still were hiding out somewhere -- Thioethers/mercaptans (dental toxins = dead teeth)
and a toxic mixture of metals that had penetrated all my body. I can feel the tender spots all over my gums/jawbone for a few days. It will probably disappear as fast as it came on. And good riddance.

I hope you will find a solution to your problem.

http://www.bellevuewellnesscenter.com/jelstrup_interview2.htm

Very long, but important to understand the connection of pain, structure, teeth, etc. I know Dr. Jelstrup personally for many years and just ran into this very descriptive interview. One body! and all has to be addressed.

Take care.

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Thanks everyone.

GiGi I'm working with an ART Dr. who does the same work Dr. K does...he has gone to many of his classes/seminars.

I do have lots of root canaled teeth. I agree they're a huge problem. If I take them out I'll be left with very few teeth.

I definitely want to check into the Allergie Immune therapy. Looks like many here have had very positive results.

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