By Steven D. Waldman
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Orthotic devices help the patient avoid jaw clenching and bruxism, which may exacerbate the clinical syndrome. Intraarticular injection is useful to palliate acute pain to allow physical therapy, as well as to treat joint arthritis that may contribute to the patient's pain and joint dysfunction. Rarely, surgical treatment of the displaced intraarticular disk is required to restore the joint to normal function and reduce pain. For intraarticular injection of the TMJ, the patient is placed in the supine position with the cervical spine in the neutral position.
Figure 7-3 Proper needle placement for greater and lesser occipital nerve block. ) is advanced perpendicularly until the needle approaches the periosteum of the underlying occipital bone. Paresthesias may be elicited, and the patient should be warned of this possibility. 7-3). The lesser occipital nerve and several superficial branches of the greater occipital nerve are then blocked by directing the needle laterally and slightly inferiorly. 7-3). 7-4). 7-5). 7 • Occipital Neuralgia Figure 7-4 Radiofrequency lesioning of the greater occipital nerve.
Complications and Pitfalls Temporal mandibular joint External auditory meatus Torn and inflamed articular surface Figure 11-3 Correct needle placement for injections of the temporo mandibular joint. ) dull and aching, whereas the pain of reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the face is burning, with significant allodynia often present. Stellate ganglion block may help distinguish the two pain syndromes, because the pain of reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the face readily responds to this sympathetic nerve block, whereas the pain of TMJ dysfunction does not.