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If you are a frequent traveler, you have probably had many experiences with your ears popping. To continue Hello Kitty’s path to world domination, Sanrio has teamed up with NEC to produce a laptop known as the NEC LaVie G Hello Kitty Courreges. If you like lounging on your bed all day browsing the Internet, you might find the Cool Lap Computer Desk handy.
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Our understanding of TMJ dysfunctions begins with the stomatognathic system that is composed of the teeth, the temporomandibular joints (TMJs) and the mastication muscles. When the upper teeth and the lower teeth don’t fit properly (malocclusion), the other two components of the stomatognathic system, muscles and TM joints must accommodate the discrepancies to guarantee the primary functions but this will lead to a structural disorganization of the cranio-cervical-mandibular biomechanical unit (“upper pole”). Any tooth gearing abnormality causes the neuromuscular system to program reflex movements for the mandible to avoid any damage to the teeth and to the temporomandibular joint when closing the mouth. When the patient slowly opens and closes the mouth, the midline incisal path of the mandible deviates: it wobbles back and forth. The stomatognatic system is part of the cranio-cervico-mandibular biomechanical unit (“upper pole”). The neck must be aligned with the centers of the shoulder, diaphragm and pelvic rings on a vertical line (“the line”).
The deep neck muscles are the core muscles mainly supporting the cervical vertebrae so that the head movement (“yes” and “no” movements) are possible in an efficient way.
Traumatic events like car accidents (whiplash), a blow in the head or face and loss of teeth can trigger a change in the occlusion and then cause TMJ disorders (see the article “trauma: a structural approach”). In conclusion TMJ syndrome must be evaluated and treated as part of the whole-body structural organization. When you travel slowly up a mountain, your hearing gets slowly worse and worse and pain develops in your ears. To answer this question, we need to know a little biology – specifically the structure of the ear. In the image above, the most important parts (for chemists) are the ear canal, the ear drum and the Eustachian tube. The ear drum is a small flap of skin that separates the air around you from the inside of your head.
The Eustachian tube is an air filled tube that runs from behind the ear drum to the back of your throat.
Under normal circumstances, the pressure inside the Eustachian tube and the pressure of the atmosphere around you are the same.
However, if you drive up a mountain, the air pressure around you gets lower (less air piled on top of you). If you then open the bottom of the Eustachian tube (by yawning, chewing gum, swallowing, etc.) the air will push out of the tube (since the pressure inside is higher) until the pressure in the tube and outside the tube are equal. Champagne Bottle Popping Clip Art PicturePin Champagne Bottle Popping Clip Art cake picture for pinterest and other social networks. As Summer starts approaching, many of us will turn our thoughts to towards holidays in Ibiza. The best budget option, the Blue Star Apartments has everything you need for a cheap holiday in Ibiza. The pizza corner had me sold but the Marconfort El Greco is one of the best family hotels in Ibiza and incredible value for money. Ibiza Rocks Hotel is the hotel to stay at for music lovers the world over and those heading to Ibiza this summer for the nightlife. A fantastic luxury hotel for visitors to Ibiza looking for great club nights and parties but with a boutique hotel to return to. Exclusive and luxorious are just two ways in which to describe the 5-Star Ibiza Gran Hotel.


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This creates a situation in which the jaw is “limping” much as we limp with an injured ankle.
The most marked deviation from the mid-line during movement is usually away from the side of the more affected laterally pterygoid muscle.
Any deviation from this easy structural relationship means that the whole myofascial network of the upper pole is out of balance. The sterno-cleido-mastoid muscles (SCM) are the main muscles responsible for this pattern because when they are tight short, they flex the neck on the thoracic spine and they extend the head on the top of the neck. These muscles are surrounded by the deep prevertebral fascia (see picture showing a section of the neck).
Balancing the head on the neck at the atlas-occipital joint involves working all the myofascial tissues inside the mouth. Grinding the teeth (bruxism) overuse the masticatory muscles and this will lead to myofascial pain in this area. Sports activities like weight lifting and scuba diving involving clenching the teeth, can also contribute to TMJ disorders.
In our Chronic Pain Management program at the Pakua Integrative Health Clinic we use the therapeutic bodywork modalities structural bodywork and neuromuscular therapy to address the TMJ soft tissues dysfunctions.
Because this area is open, the pressure here is always the same as the atmospheric pressure.
The bottom of the tube is generally closed (after all, you don't want to get cheese doodles up there), but can be opened when you stretch the back of your mouth. This means that the forces on the ear drum are no longer equal and, as a result, the ear drum is bent and stretched. Now you can chop up your chicken, stick your knife into the knife block and within seconds, you can use that same knife to chop up your salad. You can feel them work by placing your fingers just in front of your ears and opening and closing your mouth. This will close off the Eustachian tube that connects the throat to the middle ear and keeps the air pressure in the middle air the same as the outside atmosphere. The head must be kept in balance on the top of the neck so that the jaw can track straight up and down. A dysfunctional position of the head can lead to occlusal problem and viceversa a tooth gearing problem can affect the balance of the head on the neck. That means that the inframandibular muscles (suprahyoid muscles) that are flexors of the head at the atlanto-occipital joint, are overstretched (tight long) in their effort to counteract the action of SCM to keep the eyes horizontal. Only after releasing the tensions in the jaw, the internal extension of the neck up to the crown of the head will be possible!


Because this tube is sealed (always at the ear drum and usually in your throat) the pressure is not necessarily the same as the atmosphere. This makes it harder for it to vibrate (interferes with hearing) and it stretches the nerves (it hurts). Since the pressures are again unequal, the ear drum will again be stretched (only this time it is pushed in rather than out). Choose from the Liberachi Julius TV Watch in pink, the Barnum Julius TV Watch in black, the Strawberry Cupcake TV Watch in white, and the Julius Robot Dance TV Watch in red, just to name a few. Interposed between the two surfaces of the joint there is a disc composed of fibrocartilage.
This changes the movement patterns of the jaw and that means that some muscles of the mastication must work too much and they go to spasm.
The closing of the Eustachian tube will produce symptoms of earaches, ringing and dizziness. Clicking occurs when the articular disc has become displaced anteriorly due to a spasm of the lateral pterygoid muscle. Evaluating the structural organization of the upper pole is crucial to understand any TMJ disorder. This will lead to the elevation of the hyoid bone and to a change of the mandibular position (posterior-superior into the retrodiscal tissue). Mouth breathing is characterized by a dysfunctional position of the tongue: it is between the lower and upper teeth.
The question to be answered is, what causes the pain and loss of hearing and how, exactly, are you fixing the problem?
More correctly, the pressure in the tube is whatever the pressure was in the atmosphere the last time it was opened. Yawning, etc., will open the tube and the higher pressure atmospheric air will be pushed into the Eustachian tube, until the pressures are again equal. When opening the jaw, the forward moving condyle bumps over the edge of the displaced disc causing a clicking sound. The tongue should rest behind the front upper teeth and during the swallowing action the tip of the tongue touches the anterior palate just above the upper teeth (roof of the mouth). The other muscles involved in opening the mouth are the suprahyoid muscles that depress the mandible once the hyoid bone is stabilized by the infrahyoid muscles. Occlusal problems overwork especially the lateral pterygoid muscle in its effort to center the teeth against the forceful occlusion produced by the mandibular elevator muscles. The muscles elevating the mandible (masseter, temporalis and medial pterygoid) overwork to close the mouth in the mastication process because their antagonists the inframandibular muscles are too tight long.
A dysfunctional tongue position in the childhood can affect the development of the teeth and the facial bones leading to occlusal problems.
The disc is anteriorly attached to the superior lateral pterygoid muscle and posteriorly to the retrodiscal material that is a thick ligament that prevents the disc sliding too forward.
Myofascial trigger points (MTrPs) in this muscle are the chief source of referred pain felt in the TMJ area. The assessment of the jaw gait gives us more information about which myofascial tissues are involved in the dysfunctional movement pattern. All this dysfunctional organization of the upper pole will develop myofascial trigger points in the head, face and neck. After the initial rotation, the condyle and the disc glide together along the articular tubercle.



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