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Canadian Dr. Brock Rondeau Discusses TMJ Manifestations, Migraines, Headaches, Fatgue, Vertigo Jaw Pain as well as clinical depression.



  1. moayad amer

    June 21, 2008 at 10:02 pm

    it’d be great if we could hear what they’re talking about.

  2. CalicoCatMissPeaches

    February 22, 2009 at 4:20 am

    Find a dentist who likes to treat tmj. There are many. I beg to differ.
    There are many. Actually most dentists tell you they will fix you. The
    truth is that they can’t and don’t know how. The only way is the LVI way.
    Patients be very careful here. I have been there. The ONLY way is the LVI
    philosophy. It is not smoke and mirrors. It is a scientific approach to
    treating tmj. Medications do not work, this I agree. Don’t have surgery I
    agree. Orthotic, thats all, then what doctor?

  3. Mike Wiegenstein

    February 22, 2009 at 7:04 pm

    It appears you have been exposed to some incorrect treatment of the
    TMJ…and .. as you said proper training of the practitioner is key to
    successful treatment. I will agree with you that LVI has a great basic
    training program… a good ground floor as it were for th4e Dentist to
    build upon…all of the doctors I interview on the subject are Fellow’s or
    above in the American Academy of Craniofacial pain, a member organization
    devoted specifically to the treatment and correction of TMJ problems,

  4. Mike Wiegenstein

    February 22, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    as you well know LVI teaches courses on just about anything to do with
    dentistry… most a good basic foundation to start your further education
    from, but none considered the top or best available. As far as what to do
    once your correct position is achieved?.. you can either have orthodontics
    (braces) done to permanently put you in that position.. or you can have a
    long term appliance made. Hope this answered some of your questions.

  5. caci margie

    January 9, 2010 at 5:59 am

    A dentist ruined my health when he drill adjusted 4 upper right crowns and
    gave me a very uneven bad bite, and severe tmj pain. I was starving for 30
    days and stayed in bed. I’m reduced to a diet of liquids and mush. The
    pleasure of chewing is no longer mine.

  6. Rachel Santana

    February 3, 2010 at 5:32 am

    This is all great advice for people with health insurence

  7. TheMantis1point0

    February 3, 2010 at 5:42 am

    What would be a web site that I could look up someone near me in my area, I
    live near Chicago/Rockford area? My longtime girl friend says that I grind
    my teeth at night and one morning I woke to have this pop and sound when I
    opened wide, say to brush my teeth. Tonight is the first night I looked
    anything up but it has to be this, everything seems to fit. Thanks

  8. TheMantis1point0

    February 3, 2010 at 5:44 am

    Cost alot I bet? I just heard of this but I have to have this TMJ all the
    symptoms fit.

  9. Mike Wiegenstein

    February 3, 2010 at 6:25 pm

    Sadly… most insurance companies do not cover this treatment… they will
    cover the $1000’s of dollars you spend on medication to mask the
    symptoms… or surgery that never works… but they will not pay to have
    you fixed… I guess they like your dependency on them… I know most
    providers have multiple ways to pay for the treatment… and compared to
    the cost of the drugs you will no longer need…. and the joy f having your
    health back… treatment is cheap…

  10. Mike Wiegenstein

    April 2, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    @TheMantis1point0 The website listed on the video… ITSMN…. can provide
    you the closest qualified practitioner we recommend. There are many many
    people who say they treat this condition, but as I said before, some with
    far better results than others. All practitioners listed on the ITSMN
    website have undergone extensive training and must continue to prove their
    success in this field. Get it treated as soon as possible, as the symptoms
    just keep getting worse.

  11. Bill Kropp

    August 27, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    @cactimargie The entire education of a dentist is to AVOID your bite going
    out of alignment while doing dental work. They cause your bite to go out of
    alignment to put more dental work in your mouth that is how they make their

  12. Bill Kropp

    August 27, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    @lovedbymany29 Welcome to the party! The entire education of a dentist is
    to keep your bite aligned. Good luck finding a dentist who isn’t corrupt
    and will not deliberately take your face apart just to put dental work in
    your mouth. That is how they make their MONEY!

  13. Bill Kropp

    August 27, 2010 at 4:39 pm

    @SuperFeefer It is all good advice but try finding a dentist who will
    follow it. The entire education of a dentist is to PREVENT this from
    happening but then they wouldn’t make any MONEY off you and your suffering!

  14. DaveandNic4eva

    November 18, 2011 at 3:13 am

    Feel sorry for you guys! The UK has the NHS so healthcare is free,
    including Dentist care in most cases…

  15. Mike Wiegenstein

    December 29, 2011 at 12:58 am

    @DaveandNic4eva DOn’t feel sorry for us…. most of these issue’s are
    caused by improper dental care and I have a few clients on the east coast
    that specifically treat people from England as the Medical/Dental system
    there provides no incentives for doctor’s or dentist’s to advance their
    education and offer people anything other than what the government thinks
    they should have… thereby effectivelly sentencing their people to these
    problems forever unless they can afford to come here….

  16. Mike Wiegenstein

    April 25, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    It varies from person to person… some people learn their new position
    muscularly and are able to wean from the device … others look to
    orthodontia to move their teeth to the correct position…. some maintain a
    limited appliance use schedule… so there really is no set answer.. it
    just depends on how you respond to treatment

  17. Jony Brealey

    July 24, 2012 at 4:36 am

    You absolute arseholes. How dare you criticize the UK’s national health
    service!! Believe me, doctors working in the NHS do it not for the profit
    you seem to think that health care is about, but the desire to heal
    according to something you probably don’t understand called the Hippocratic
    oath. And believe me, as a British doctor, they get paid well, and NO
    British citizen would EVER go to USA for healthcare. Your healthcare is
    some of the worst in the world. What a pair of arseholes.

  18. Maya Shaw

    July 3, 2014 at 4:03 am

    You are able to cure your TMJ problems permanently in 1-2 months in a
    natural way, without medications and worrying about negative effects

  19. Lave Gahy

    September 18, 2014 at 10:52 am

    It is possible to eliminate tmj permanently in less than 30-60 days in a
    natural way

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