Jaw Problems

Causes

Jaw misalignment may occur if there has been an infection, injury or trauma to the area or as a result of problems with the teeth such as tooth loss or loose teeth. There could also be damage to the cartilage. Chewing hard foods can cause there to be excessive pressure on the jaw. Stress can lead to a person grinding their teeth or this may occur involuntarily during sleep (bruxism), causing fatigue of the muscles, which can limit the opening of the mouth. Very rarely, tumours may limit the movement of the jaw. Some people may be more susceptible to developing jaw issues because of their genetics or if they are immunocompromised.   

Symptoms 

Given that the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is essential to transmit information to and from the brain, a problem in this area can have an impact on brain function and the functions of the rest of the body. This condition can cause inflammation and severe pain, which can also affect the neck and lower back. A person’s ability to talk, eat, smile and even breathe can be compromised. If the jaw is not properly aligned, this could lead to spinal scoliosis, which can then affect the hips and legs. Those with jaw problems, such as temporomandibular joint inflammation, may experience pain or aching around the face, ears and jaw muscles when they are eating as well as neck pain, tinnitus and headaches or migraines. The mouth may only be able to open a limited amount and may make a popping noise when opening or closing; sometimes the jaw may lock into place. Misalignment of the jaw will ultimately lead to uneven wear of the teeth. (https://bioresonance.com/bioresonance-and-the-temporomandibular-joint-tmj-inflammation/)  

Bicom Programs to be Used 

Jaw Problems MinN°/Seq. Pag 
Mandibula joint correction 13 530.2 50 
Resistance to increase 570.1, 570.3 68 
St -Stomach chronic 
He – Heart chronic 
Lu – Lungs chronic 
Sp – Spleen Pancreas chronic 



331.1 
281.1 
211.1 
301.1 
90 
89 
89 
90 
Si – Small intestine chronic 
CS – Circulatory system chronic 
Li – Large intestine chronic 
Li – Liver chronic 
4  
4  
4  
291.1  
241.1 
221.1  
311.1 
89 
89  
89  
90 
Tw – Triple warmer chronic
Ki – Kidney chronic 
Bl – Bladder chronic 
Tooth root inflammation 
4  


271.1  
381.1 
391.1 
542.2 
89  
90 
90 
42 

Supplements to take 

Magnesium, calcium, vitamin B5, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, iodine (https://www.wddty.com/magazine/2009/april/teeth-grinding.html)  
 

Other therapies 

Bite splints, braces, tooth-filing and even surgery may be used to try to correct TMJ disorders. Relief may be brought about by making adjustments to posture and exercise; it may also help to alternate which side of the body is slept on. Massaging the jaw or using an ice pack may help to relieve symptoms such as inflammation. Trying to reduce stress will prevent this from causing jaw problems. A clean diet that doesn’t contain too much sugar or wheat is preferable and it may help to eat soft foods and avoid eating anything that requires the mouth to be opened too wide. (https://www.wddty.com/magazine/2018/march/suffer-from-back-or-hip-pain-it-could-be-your-jaw-1.html)  

Experiences and case studies 

As a result of having a cycling accident, where she fell on her face and chipped her bottom front teeth, a 24-year-old woman was suffering from trismus (lockjaw) and intense pain. After 2 bioresonance sessions, her condition had significantly improved and after 3 treatments, she no longer had any symptoms. (https://bioresonance.com/craniomandibular-dysfunction-cmd-the-chameleon-of-dental-medicine/)  

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