Professional Organizations and Other Resourses
www.aacfp.org – The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain is an organization of about 500 dentists and other clinicians who treat TMJ.
www.tmj.org – The TMJ Association is a non-clinical group of TMJ sufferers. This site contains in-depth information of diagnosis and treatments from a patient's perspective.
www.rad.washington.edu The University of Washington's department of radiology web site contains diagrams and explanations of TMJ anatomy.
www.nidcr.nih.gov – The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, a department of the National Institutes of Health.
www.CRANIO.com- the web site for the oldest and largest journal for TMJ practitioners. See also
cpmcnet.columbia.edu TMJ related tutorials from the Columbia University Dental School.
www.mckinley.uiuc.edu/handouts/temporomandibular/temporomandibular.html – The TMJ web site of the University of Illinois at Champagne-Urbana.
www.drshankland.com Research and educational materials by Dr. Wes Shankland-includes new research on the effects of taking glucosamine/chondroitin for TMJ. www.womenshealth.gov/news/english/523442.htm Health Tip: Dealing With Facial Pain – National Women's Health Information Center.
Several academies of professional organizations related to TMJ:
www.tmj-iccmo.org The International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics
www.occlusion-tmj.org The American Equilibration Society
www.aaop.org The American Academy of Orofacial Pain.
www.adea.org American Dental Education Association
www.tmjtreatments.net Different methods people use to treat their TMJ and deal with pain.
Some links to topics not directly related to "TMJ" or Chronic Pain:
Dental schools Worldwide dental schools directory. Find a dental school around the world.
contact lens – 1-800-GET-LENS holds a gallery of latest branded contact lenses with facility of shopping online for the prescription lenses too.
Elderly Care Home Care for Seniors is committed to providing a wide-array of in-home care
to meet the needs of the elderly and debilitated adults.
So Cal Pain Center So Cal Pain Management Centers specializes in treating difficult back conditions using pain psychology and minimally invasive techniques.
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