About Jaw Joint Science Institute

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 untreated the symptoms of concussions become more troubling with age.

A non-invasive 3 minute 3D scan will diagnose or rule out these fractures; once diagnosed, the 4-month process of healing these fractures will reduce the pain and suffering of many concussions.

Countless auto accident victims, athletes of contact & recreational sports, military personnel subject to blast environments, victims of slip-and-falls, victims of spousal & child abuse, and other head impact injury victims that have sustained concussive head impact forces may suffer from these symptoms:

These Are the Treatable Symptoms of Jaw Joint (TMJ) Fractures Associated With the Concussion

  1. Irritability
  2. Depression
  3. Mood Swings
  4. Hearing Loss
  5. Poor Sleep Habits
  6. Mental Confusion
  7. Behavioral Changes
  8. Living in Mental Haze
  9. Personality Variations
  10. Loss in Concentration
  11. Facial and Joint Pains
  12. Intellectual Difficulties
  13. Sinus-Like Headaches
  14. Nausea and/or Vomiting
  15. Impaired Sense of Balance
  16. Impaired Visual and Auditory Processing
  17. Grinding, Clicking or Popping Sounds When Opening or Closing the Mouth
  18. Migraine-Like Headaches
  19. Pulsating Pains Behind the Eyes
  20. Attention/Perception Problems
  21. Reduced Problem-solving Ability
  22. Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
  23. Severe Headaches and Dizziness
  24. Increase Sensitivity to Light and Noise
  25. Memory Loss, More Forgetful Than Ever
  26. More Hostile and Intense Than Usual
  27. Raspy Voice and Tongue-tied Speaking
  28. Rotator Cuff and Frequent Stiff Neck
  29. Unrealized Physical Loss of Strength
  30. Higher Propensity for Strokes (CVA)
  31. Decreased Ability to Cope With Stress
  32. Tinnitis and Internal Carotid Artery Disease
  33. An Increase in Unusual Behavior
  34. Perhaps a Causation for Suicides

Headaches the Most Prominent Symptom
Substance Use and Abuse Disorders-Medications Are the Tools Not the Solution

Healing Jaw Joint (TMJ) Fractures Alleviates These Tormenting Symptoms While Increasing the Career Expectancy, Strength, and Performance of the Athlete

Discovering the Fractures of Concussions

Dr. Williams, the founder of the Jaw Joint Science Institute, repositioned powerful 3D Imaging Technology enabling him to discover tiny bone fractures, splinters and bone spurs in the jaw joint. These newly discovered fracture patterns must be considered in the evaluation of concussions, traumatic brain injury (TBI), temporomandibular joint (TMJD), headaches and other head related injuries.

The newly discovered fracture and bone splintering at the base of the temporal bone plate in the jaw joint clinically and clearly points to the excessive trauma that these jaw joints are subjected to producing the cognitive symptoms of concussions. This link between the concussions and jaw joint fractures has never before been considered, even though the jaw joint directly borders the base of the brain. These jaw joint fractures are the skeletal injury component of the concussion.

These fractures are responsible for many of the symptoms of concussions.

Concussions are caused by the lower jaw slamming into the base of the skull and brain’s temporal lobe. This slamming happens with and without helmets.

Preventing Concussions by Safeguarding the TMJ

The fractures in the TMJ discovered by use of this advanced imaging technology reveals the causation of a major health care crisis that directly affects the brain.

THE FLOOR OF THE TEMPORAL BONE AND THE TMJ:

  • Although it may vary in relative thickness, the thinnest temporal bone at the base of the skull is in the TMJ.
  • This thin and delicate temporal bone supports and protects the base of the temporal lobe of the brain.
  • This thin temporal bone is subject to the direct impact force of the condyle (C) bone of the lower jaw.
  • Any impact force against the lower jaw enough to cause a brain concussion is certainly enough to fracture this delicate temporal bone and condyle (C).
  • This site in the base of the temporal bone provides a direct path for the impact forces of a concussion and other head trauma to penetrate the temporal lobe.

The Solution Initiative of JJSI

TREATMENT CARE – Reducing/healing jaw joint fractures:

  • JJSI uses a non-invasive approach to rehabilitation and reduce fractures
  • Pre and post treatment base-line test administered
  • Rehabilitation utilizing bone stimulating therapy
  • Patient follow-up procedures

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Monday through Friday

9 am to 5 pm

Saturday & Sunday

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