TMJ and Cervical Class

JAW MECHANICS & CERVICAL MOTOR CONTROL–
Reciprocal chains and how they relate

Seattle, WA Tuesday, October 21st, 5:30-7:30pm

This interactive workshop explores how cdervical loading and displacement effects jaw mechanics and how jaw dysfunction effects cervical displacement and motor control. A survey of different biomechanics theories will be discussed and explored along with their clinical implications and differential treatment strategies.

The class takes place at Union Physical Therapy at the Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Ste 302, Seattle, WA 98103.

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Faculty: Dr. Jason Pehling, DDS., MA. is the Director of the TMJ Orofacial Disorders Center in the Northgate neighborhood of Seattle. Voted ‘Best Dentist,’ numerous times by his peers, Dr. Pehling is a national and regional expert in TMJ with patients coming locally, from Canada and the 5 western states.

 

Attendee’s will receive articles in advance on biomechanical loading theories relating the jaw to the cervical spine. These, along with participants clinical ideas will be discussed in class. This class is for practitioners with a license to work with the muscles of the cervical spine and TMJ.

Tuesday, October 21st 5:30-7:30pm $45.00
Fee is transferable but nonrefundable

Class size limited to 14 students

Contact: Joe Rodin @ info@seattlemanualtherapy.com 206-436-4324
www.seattlemanualtherapy.com

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