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Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms Improve with Non-Surgical TMJ Treatment: Part 1 Dr. Gary Demerjian

When The Cure Becomes The Cause Of Illness Choice treatment to medications or surgical procedure. TMJ therapy helping with Parkinson's Signs and symptoms. Dr. Demerjian demonstrates just how TMJ treatment enhances Parkinson's signs and symptoms.



  1. Gary Demerjian

    April 13, 2012 at 4:03 am

    The mouth piece that is made for the patient’s TMJ related pains. What we
    have found is that by properly fabricating and adjusting the mouth piece,
    we are able to effect the person’s neurologic condition. We are not curing
    the condition, but the symptoms either reduce or go away. They come back
    saying how their quality of life has improved.

  2. Gary Demerjian

    August 21, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    Depending on your response to the mouth piece and your syptoms improving,
    your physician will decide what to do with your medications.

  3. joEL cortez

    September 12, 2012 at 12:59 am

    Would this TMJ treatment / mouth piece be recommended or practiced on
    patients who suffer from Parkinson’s but do not have TMJ? This woman’s
    symptoms are pretty much identical to my 79 year father and he was recently
    diagnosed with Parkinson’s. The only difference is that he has constant
    dizziness attached to his poor balance and coordination.

  4. Gary Demerjian

    September 12, 2012 at 7:29 am

    Dizziness is one of the symptoms of TMJ. This treatment would not be done
    on someone who does not have TMJ. At his age, he may have missing teeth,
    worn down bite or a limited mouth opening and may have an underlying TMJ
    condition. For example, someone may not have knee pain, but may have and
    arthritic knee joint the keeps them from squatting down to the ground.

  5. Gary Demerjian

    October 30, 2012 at 4:01 pm

    Yes, continue with your medications. As your symptoms get better, with the
    help of your physician, you can decreaes or change your medications. Never
    stop without the supervision of your doctor.

  6. M Strain

    April 19, 2013 at 6:23 am

    Incredible video doctor. How did the correlation between TMJ and
    Parkinson’s come about? I was diagnosed at 54 now 56 years old so I’m
    hopeful maybe I could benefit from something like this.

  7. trillriff-axegrinder

    May 4, 2013 at 12:30 am

    this is incredible,bless you for finding something like this to assist
    people and help give them back their dignity and coordination.

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