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Chiropractic and ART for TMJ (Temporomandibular Jo

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Dr. Jason Skolar, Chiropractic doctor as well as accredited Active Launch Techniques (ART) Company shows just how TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction) could be efficiently dealt with utilizing specialized chiroprac

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33 Comments

33 Comments

  1. Jason Skolar

    May 24, 2015 at 5:55 am

    I appreciate all the comments made following my demonstrative video of a
    very effective technique that I use to treat TMJ disorders. In fact, this
    technique yields excellent results in a very short period of time. Those
    of you who comment on “how painful this must be” really don’t understand
    the importance of restoring normal joint biomechanical function in any TMJ
    disorder/dysfunction. Treatment is not excruciatingly painful unless you
    dislocated your jaw. In fact, patients experience immediate results when
    this technique is performed by a certified Active Release Techniques
    provider or a chiropractor with advanced training in treating these
    disorders. If in doubt, talk to the experts instead of making derogatory
    comments. I welcome all positive feedback. If it’s not positive and you
    have the urge to be make disrespectful comments, please visit another site.
    Thank you, Dr. Jason Skolar, DC

    • J JJ

      June 23, 2015 at 9:49 pm

      +Jason Skolar Does anyone practice this in the UK?

    • Natalie McLeod

      January 5, 2016 at 2:44 am

      +Jason Skolar some people are so uneducated! this was a great informative
      video! keep up the great work Dr. Skolar!

    • Jason Skolar

      January 7, 2016 at 2:52 am

      Thank you Natalie for your positive feedback. I always do my best to help
      educate the public regarding the benefits of advanced manual therapy to
      help people rediscover the true meaning of optimal health & wellness. It is
      unfortunate when misinformed people leave derogatory and disrespectful
      comments based upon lack of information, lack of education, and blatant
      ignorance. It is also unfortunate that these people focus their energy on
      negativity, disillusion, and prefer to remain ignorant instead of seeking
      wisdom and knowledge from people who are true experts in their respective
      fields. I appreciate your acknowledgement and thank you for sharing your
      thoughts with me.

    • Jason Skolar

      February 15, 2016 at 2:04 am

      +Alvie Bennett Thank you for your positive feedback! I’m so glad that
      you’re feeling much better. This techique is so therapeutically beneficial
      that I use it everyday at the clinic and help so many people who have been
      suffering from TMJ dysfunction. If there are other topics you would like me
      to discuss in another video, please let me know. I’m always here to help!

  2. salival7

    November 1, 2015 at 5:40 pm

    What tmj conditions can this technique be used to treat ?

  3. Yuri Holt

    January 22, 2016 at 2:28 am

    Does Tmj cause swollen lymph nodes around the jaw and throat area?

  4. Carina Oliveira

    January 24, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    very indepth and gives me hope that chiropractic treatment can really help
    me.
    even gave me some exercises for me to navigate through myself! Thank you,
    Jason!

    • Jason Skolar

      January 26, 2016 at 4:24 am

      Hi Carina, thank you for your positive feedback. I’m glad you enjoyed the
      video and found it useful. If there are any other videos or subjects you
      would like for me to discuss, please let me know.

  5. Rahul saamra

    March 14, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Hi.. i am 27 years of age.. I’m having TMJ & ear pressure issues.. ENTs
    said my
    Eustachian tube is normal, no doctors are able to diagnose the root
    cause.. Muscle relaxants helps me in short term, when I chew my ear
    pressure raises, my stress level is also high… my dislocated jaw creates
    pressure in my ear and i can feel that which causes hearing loss too ….
    would be Meniere’s disease, which is characterized by an increase of
    fluid in the ear thereby causing progressive hearing loss… also a
    clicking sound comes on opening and closing of jaw… can it be cured
    completely? can i hear again? because it is there since i was a kid…i am
    very tensed and wanted cure… please advice…

  6. Fawzat Trabilsy

    March 17, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    Hello Dr. Skolar,
    I have been diagnosed with TMJD about 2 months ago on 1/25/2016. I was
    diagnosed with ETD a couple of weeks before that thinking it’s from a
    previous cold (which I did not have). I went to 3 General MD’s, Two ENT’s,
    and one PA. All of them did not help. I finally went to a “TMJ Specialist”
    and I was so relieved that I would find some help. He referred me to a
    Physical Therapist and I was feeling better but still had sensitivity to
    hearing, extreme muffled hearing and tinnitus. After a month, I went back
    to school thinking it will all be over soon. I stopped listening to music,
    eating any hard food/chewing anything really, avoided loud places, cut down
    on talking, stop working out/playing sports, etc. He made me a custom
    splint for $3000, because he did not accept insurances. Then 02/18, I got a
    cold and my left ear (worse ear) was completely closed and that increased
    my anxiety. All my symptoms got worse. Hearing, ringing, anxiety, etc. I do
    not know what to do. I had my hearing checked, it was perfect, so they
    assumed its pressure. Then they checked my outer ear pressure, nothing. No
    fluid at all in the ear. TMJ Specialist and PT said its ETD caused by TMJD.
    I have not had any relief for the past 2+ months. The TMJD specialist is
    now confused and saying I have 3 options: botox, pay another $2000 for a
    night time piece to stop my grinding (which is the cause of everything), or
    anxiety medication. I have no idea what to do. I will be trying hot yoga
    this week. Please let me know what you think.

  7. Aemilia Conan

    March 21, 2016 at 4:10 pm

    You can not only cure TMJ and bruxism without drugs or typical TMJ
    treatments, but save plenty of money making use of the 100 % natural
    treatment method rather than traditional ones.

    • Aemilia Conan

      March 21, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      +Aemilia Conan In fact, many TMD victims who use this treatment have
      succeeded to eliminate TMJ disorder and teeth grinding within 12 hours, so
      can you, learn more here:
      betterlife9.com/2-months-TMD-cure-xdf879

  8. tom healey

    April 27, 2016 at 9:12 pm

    Quality!

    • Jason Skolar

      April 28, 2016 at 5:13 am

      +tom healey Thank you for the positive feedback!

  9. Jessica Gonzalez

    May 1, 2016 at 6:00 pm

    Hey Dr.J! i have Tmj and recently had to go to a new chiropractor because
    mine was unavailable. he used some kind of instrument that had kind of
    delivered repeated jabs to adjust it. I feel worst now then I did before!
    before it was only my left side now both. He also insuated my Dr. doing
    adjustments to my jaw manually was to rough or barbaric. Honestly, manual
    adjustments never left me feeling worst than when I came in. What is your
    opinion of using this mechanism to adjust jaws???

  10. Brett Schall

    May 27, 2016 at 9:58 am

    Why don’t other MD’s have YouTube videos to show people their “techniques”
    are real? Strange.

    • Jason Skolar

      May 28, 2016 at 3:06 am

      MD’s use a pharmacological approach when treating problems in the human
      body. They don’t use manual therapeutic procedures, so they can’t include a
      video unless they want to illustrate a surgical procedure.

  11. Truther

    June 10, 2016 at 5:26 am

    My jaw has been locked for over a year. I can’t open more than 2 fingers
    wide. Mouth guard isn’t helping. My left side just got worse and the joints
    hurts so bad and the pain goes up to my ear. I can’t lay on either side of
    my face because it’s so uncomfortable. Idk what to do. It’s horrible.

    • Jason Skolar

      June 13, 2016 at 4:30 am

      You need to get your jaw treated as soon as possible. There are many
      questions and considerations, such as your age, the chronicity of your
      problem, the severity of your problem, your overall health status, your
      nutritional health status, and to what extent and which structures are
      injured. If you are in Montreal, Quebec, come to the clinic as soon as
      possible and it will be my pleasure to help you. Otherwise, you are going
      to have to find a doctor who specializes in TMJ dysfunction who can help
      you.

    • Truther

      June 13, 2016 at 4:48 am

      +Jason Skolar I’m 26, my jaws been locking for over 10 years, but I would
      just pop it back. But now it’s locked 24/7 and I can’t pop it back.
      I’m in CA, I’m looking for a specialist here, hopefully somebody can help.

  12. Juan Salinas

    June 28, 2016 at 7:02 am

    question for the patient… how did you felt after having this treatment?
    Details please……. Thanks

  13. Love Jadine Lastreid

    June 30, 2016 at 5:59 pm

    Hi im from the philippines Dr.Jason i have in my jaw hit it in the sofa in
    1999 it will not return to his former position .. until now I still the
    same when I open my mouth with a sound like the crack he and I bitterly
    cold what should I do

  14. Jacob Deme

    July 6, 2016 at 1:27 am

    Thank you for your wonderful demonstration Dr. Skolar. How I wish I was in
    your area to come and get my jaw pain fixed caused by a traumatic punch on
    my face. I tried the ER at the hospital and they did nothing but measured
    me and prescribe pain medications. I will be going to my chiropractor in
    Chicago and will show your techniques, perhaps the chiropractor already
    treats similarly. I feel there is hope for me after having been totally
    discouraged by my visit to the ER.

  15. Jason Skolar

    July 6, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    Thank you for reaching out to me Jacob!
    I’m sorry to hear about your jaw pain as a result of a punch in the face.
    How unfortunate. If you are ever in the Montreal region, please let me know
    and it will be my pleasure to help you! If the chiropractor in Chicago has
    any questions regarding my demonstrative video, have him/her call me. Have
    a great day!

    • futbolero10

      July 13, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      Hello Dr Skolar,

      I have had a closed jaw for the past 3 days .I feel desperate cannot talk
      without wearing a mouth guard …can TMJ be caused by a buildup of calcium
      in joints or bones? My general Doctor diagnosed me with hyperparathyroidism
      which is an excess of calcium in the body and can a chiropractor help me
      with this condition,thank you.

  16. laurence green

    July 9, 2016 at 9:38 pm

    Hey Dr.J! i have Tmj #helpful

  17. exiBlaze

    July 10, 2016 at 10:02 pm

    Hi there, I have been having pain that feels like a toothache, but have
    been to the dentist and have been told there’s nothing wrong with my
    teeth.. Could this be TMJ disorder? Please reply, thank you!

    • Jason Skolar

      July 11, 2016 at 2:17 am

      TMJ pain can always refer into various parts of the face, head, neck and
      jaw. We need to first determine where your “toothache” type of pain is
      located (quadrant 1, 2, 3, 4). We then need to assess for cavities or other
      dental issues. If your dentist has assured you that your toothache is not a
      dental related problem, then it can be coming from other anatomical
      structures. To answer your question, it is very possible that the pain can
      be TMJ related. I would personally need to examine you thoroughly before
      solidifying my diagnosis.

    • exiBlaze

      July 11, 2016 at 3:31 am

      +Jason Skolar The pain (throbbing) is located in the lower right molar
      region, no where else. Pain radiates along the jaw and close to the ear. I
      must mention that I suddenly have teeth sensitivity in that area as well..
      My dentist has done x-rays and said that I have no infections, cavities,
      etc. Also the pain is more intense at night time when laying down trying to
      sleep. Been getting through with pain medication, but really want it to get
      better. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again

    • Jason Skolar

      July 12, 2016 at 1:43 am

      Even though your dentist has confirmed that your pain is not related to a
      dental problem, there can be an underlying nerve problem that innervates
      the lower molars, such as the inferior alveolar nerve. This is a branch
      from the 3rd division of the trigeminal nerve (5th cranial nerve). To
      simplify all of this, when there is trauma to the trigeminal nerve, this
      can produce referred pain into the anatomical regions surrounding the eyes,
      the upper jaw, as well as into the surrounding teeth innervated by this
      nerve. We have to assess for trigeminal nerve trauma and treat the
      surrounding tissues of the TMJ and facial region. I know this is
      complicated, however, it sounds like you have referred pain along the
      inferior alveolar nerve.

  18. Franky Saldana

    August 15, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    his/her face for some reason pisses me off (the patient)

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