January Topic: TMJ Dysfunction
People who suffer from Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction experience some or all of the following affects: migraine headaches, teeth grinding, sleep-related disorders, sinus problems and unstable human posture. This informational class will discuss how the body compensates for trauma to the jaw and offer insight as to how the jaw may compensate for trauma occurring elsewhere in the body. You will learn how orthodontics affect TMJ and the importance of an individual’s dental history. Learn about ways to help treat TMJ dysfunction with MRTh® and Functional Movement..
The first meeting of the 2008 Seminar Series is in the books! January 8th's topic was Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ). We were delighted to host attendees, in our Beachwood, Ohio conference room, whose backgrounds included Orthodontists, Endodontists, General Dentistry Professionals, Licensed Massage Therapists and other members of the community.
Dennis Gibbons leading the seminar.
From left to right: Dr. Richard Arnstine, Dr. Jeff Silver, Dr. Steve Katz discussing TMJ and MRTh®.
It was exciting to see such a diverse group listening, participating and discussing the benefits of MRTh® for people with TMJ, as well as for Dental professionals treating people suffering from TMJ.
CVWC therapists' Hayley Kotton, Stephanie Tietze and Lori Roosa sharing ideas with other attendees.