Your orofacial and dental symptoms may very well be associated with TMJs or masticatory muscle dysfunction. However, lower limb symptoms may be more related to spine or lower limb issues. Although it's reported that tmjs or craniocervical dysfunction may cause pelvis or lower limb problems, it's difficult to substantiate clinically.Multidisiplinary management is probably most beneficial to your well beings.You may need to see neurologist, tmj specialist, manual therapy practitioner, orthopedic surgeon,as well as podiatrist.
Hello, thanks for your reply. I actually went back to the doctor last week and she thinks it is def TMJ as everyday my teeth are so sensitive and have pains in my head etc. Nurofen seems to control it. The doc could hear and feel my jaw clicking on left side of face and have been told off for clenching my teeth. Its interesing what you say about may be realtin to spine or lower limb issues as about a year and a half ago when I first started getting the left ear pain and they could not find anything wrong the doc mentioned I may have had a slipped disc in the neck on my left side. I wonder sometimes if ALL is related. Anyhow doctor has reffered me to a specialist in these matters such as TMJ etc to access me properly and establish I guess if it really is TMJ. I think it is as even writing this I have migraine like pain in my eyes, sensitivity /pain like in teeth and just feel bit drained. I was also recommended to see a cranial oesteopath (sorry dont know if spelt that right). You have recommended seeing quite a few people. Who should I really see first ? I have already seen neurologists who just said was migraine after brain scan etc, but at the time the teeth were not feeling as bad as this. Should I go back or investigate the other avenues first? Do u suffer from TMJ ?