On May 12, 1995, members from across the country met at The TMJ Association’s first annual meeting. On behalf of all TMJ patients, they developed the very first “TMJ Patient Bill of Rights.” We are proud to present them to you.
The American Pain Foundation has also developed a “Pain Care Bill of Rights” that all TMJ patients should read and understand.
As a person with pain, you have the right to:
Although not always required by law, these are the rights you should expect for your pain care.
American Pain Foundation
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