The Jaw Joint Science Institute has initiated a campaign that identifies the existence of the jaw joint and its abuse and injury patterns associated with concussions. These newly diagnosed jaw joint fracture patterns associated with concussions have never been considered or imagined. The force of the lower jaw impact that causes a concussion also fractures the temporal bones in the jaw joint space. The powerful diagnostic technologies of 3D scanning reveal fractures in the floor of the temporal bone that support the temporal lobe of the brain. These jaw joint fractures produce many of the symptoms of concussions, and once diagnosed, healing these fractures will reduce the pain and suffering of many concussions.
A few of the many symptoms of concussions are described as the following: Irritability, Depression, Mood Swings, Poor Sleep Habits, Ringing in the Ears, Mental Confusion, Behavioral Changes, Personality Variations, Loss in Concentration, Facial and Joint Pains, Intellectual Difficulties, Teeth Clinching Episodes, Impaired Sense of Balance, Migraine-Like Headaches, The Physical Loss if Strength, Impaired Lower Jaw Movements, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, Severe Headache and Dizziness, Memory Loss More Forgetful Than Ever, Extreme Sensitivity to Light and Noise, Being More Impulsive or Hostile Than Usual, Reoccurring Pulsating Pains Behind the Eyes, Grinding, Clicking, or Popping Sounds When Opening or Closing the Mouth.
Countless auto accidents victims, sport participants and other head impact injured victims suffer daily from these symptoms, but have not related them to jaw joint fractures.
The good thing, many of these fractures can be healed. Diagnosing and healing jaw joint fractures will eliminate and suppress the pains & suffering of temporal lobe symptoms, restoring the quality of life that this injury can destroy. If not diagnosed these symptoms become more troubling with age. Once diagnosed, we can start the healing process and get you back to school or work, back in the game, and back to life!
A non-invasive 3 minute 3D scan will diagnose or rule out these fractures.