About this course:
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction is a common issue among most people. Some people feel pain in the TMJ others may feel popping or clicking in their jaw. Muscle dysfunction, misalignment of the TMJ or stress can cause pain in the TMJ area. This class demonstrates assessments and techniques designed to decrease pain and dysfunction in the TMJ area.
Receive 4-hours of continuing education
Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the TMJ is presented
Trigger point deactivation techniques for TMJ dysfunction are shown
Fascial mobilization techniques for TMJ dysfunction are demonstrated
Learn intraoral massage to the muscles of mastication