Do you have
Ernest Syndrome Pain?
a condition discovered by Dr. Ernest in 1982,
is a painful headache disorder and facial pain condition that may result from car accidents,
blows to the head, falls,
prolonged opening of the mouth, wisdom teeth surgery
procedures or general anesthesia.
facial pain begins below the lobe of
the ear and radiates to the ear, temple, cheek bone, lower rear teeth, eye,
jaw joint and throat. Treatment may first include injection of medication
into the damaged ligament. It often resembles a temple headache and
The best test
to see if the ligament is causing the painful syndrome is to place 1/2
cc of local anesthetic (like in numbing a tooth) into the attachment
of the ligament. If the painful condition stops when anesthetic is
deposited, then the source of the pain is likely the ligament.
The pain reference areas from
Ernest Syndrome are located at the following sites:
Lower back teeth and jaw
ache and throb
Ear pain and pressure
Throat hurts and feels like
it is irritated on swallowing
Jaw joint hurts and aches
deep inside; injured ligament may cause disc to displace and click
Cheek bone and coronoid
process aches and hurts
Temple aches and hurts
Eye often hurts
Aching pain at attachment
A painful condition involving the
This condition was discovered by Dr.
Ernest in 1982, and published first in 1983.