Other Health Care Providers

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Need to know more about TMJ Disorders as a Health Care Provider? Are you a medical doctor, chiropractor, physiotherapist, massage therapist or any other health care professional, with an interest in TMJ disorders, or the anatomy and physiology of occlusion, jaw function and orthopedics dysfunction, (TMJ-D) with resultant symptoms in the head and neck? Yes, that’s a…

Physiotherapists

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A neuromuscular (TMJ / TMD) and physiological approach for physiotherapists If you are a registered physiotherapist and are either trained in temporomandibular joint evaluations or you have an interest in being involved in this area of physiotherapy you may be interested to know that there is a rise in demand for physiotherapists who have been…

Massage Therapists

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A neuromuscular (TMJ / TMD) and physiological approach for massage therapists Neuromuscular treatment is a growing phenomenon in the massage therapy community, especially in relation to the treatment of temporomandibular jaw disorder or TMD. There are several ways in which you as a massage therapist can help with TMJ problems, particularly if you have any…

Chiropractors

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How chiropractors are involved with ICCMO The International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics (ICCMO) is a society of health care professionals who have a common interest in the anatomy and physiology of occlusion, jaw function and orthopedics dysfunction with resultant symptoms in the head and neck. Chiropractors have long focused on joint biomechanics and fixations, but a…