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Tinnitus in some instances is due to a primary muscle disorder: myofascial dysfunction of the muscles of the head and neck. Tinnitus of this origin can be diminished in some cases, and completely abolished in others, by appropriate treatment; this includes trigger point deactivation, specific exercises, and treatment of the underlying causes of the muscle dysfunction
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Author(s): William S Teachey Erik H Wijtmans Frank Cardarelli Robert A Levine
bruxism, injections, myofascial pain syndromes, otolaryngology, tinnitus.