Read the Latest News

Patients in Los Angeles or New York City Needed for Clinical Study - Comparative Study of Women Considering or Currently Receiving Botox© Injections for TMJ Pain

Are you a woman with "TMJ" pain in facial muscles, who has either: a. recently had Botox© injections for your pain or b. not had Botox© for your pain but has thought about such treatment? If either is true for you, you may qualify for an observational research study centrally administered by the NYU College of Dentistry. It is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The purpose of this study is to understand potential health risks that may be caused by treating "TMJ pain" with Botox© injections.

Patients Front and Center at the 2018 TMJ Patient-Led RoundTable

It is still all too fresh in the minds of many patients. Fifty years ago, between the 1970s and 1980s, some 10,000 TMJ patients received Vitek jaw implant devices.

Funding Opportunities now available for the NIH Common Fund’s Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures program

The NIH Common Fund's Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures program aims to understand the biological characteristics underlying the transition from acute to chronic pain and what makes some people susceptible and others resilient to the development of chronic pain.

Opportunity to Voice Your Opinion: U.S. Government Officials Want To Hear from Patients with Pain

FDA Public Meeting on Patient-Focused Drug Development for Chronic Pain On July 9, 2018, FDA hosted a public meeting on Patient-Focused Drug Development for Chronic Pain. https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2018/05/15/2018-10284/patient-focused-

Consider Including the TMJA in Your Financial Planning

We were recently contacted by Tom P. who informed us that he was including The TMJ Association (TMJA), in his financial planning. Tom wrote the following for us to share with our readers:

TMJ SUPPORT COMMUNITY

  • Jun 11, 2018
  •   
  • Oct 9, 2014

Online Support Community

The TMJ Association is pleased to partner with Inspire to bring you the TMJ Café, a free online support network and discussion community for those with Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD). We invite you to meet others like you, share experiences and tips for getting through the day, and give and receive support.   

With more than 100 national patient organization partnerships and over one million members, Inspire has created the most authentic platform for patient engagement. Inspire's moderators maintain 24/7 vigilance assuring a safe and secure site for our community.

Connect today!

  • Go to: TMJ.Inspire.com
  • Click on the button "Join This Community"
  • Follow the basic instructions and register yourself
  • Once completed, you will receive a confirmation email
  • If you have any registration questions or problems, contact Inspire's help desk

 

Individual Patient Support

A number of individuals have consented to be contacted by other TMJ patients for this purpose. Support Contacts are TMJ patients who understand the physical, financial, emotional, and social issues you may be experiencing. If you would like to speak with a TMJ Support Contact, please e-mail us at info@tmj.org.

 


In Treating TMJ

To view or order a free booklet about TMJ Disorders, visit the National Institutes of Health website.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
National Institutes of Health
National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
Office of Research on Women's Health