Pinched facial nerves and tmj
23 Nov How do you know if your facial pain is caused by TMJ or trigeminal neuralgia? We'll help you learn the characteristics of TMJ vs. trigeminal neuralgia.
20 Oct Your TMJs and trigeminal nerves are closely related, but separate. Learn more about TMD, trigeminal neuralgia, and your facial anatomy.
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Description:Both trigeminal neuralgia and TMJ may cause significant face pain or spasm in your jaw muscles. Your first port of call, of course should be your chiropractor. The TMJ is closely associated with the trigeminal nerve, which innervates approximately 40 percent of the head and face. That's the two Lateral Pterygoids working together. Two cranial structures form the joint. Some discomfort is to be expected in the beginning, but if your instincts tell you this is not helping, don't be silly and keep going.