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Blog Posts in June 2009

For those of you preparing for certification this year, we have added a few more suggested journal articles to the list on the application.  Over the last few months we have found interesting articles published in these journals:

  • Thorax – An International Journal of Respiratory Medicine
  • Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, & Psychiatry with Practical Neurology
  • American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Cephalalgia – An International Journal of Headache
  • Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry

If you are interested in certification, you can read more about it here!

Posted June 8, 2009 at 3:20PM
Categories: Articles

We are re-locating the October 3-4 Myokinematic Restoration course in Lincoln, Nebraska to Shakopee, Minnesota!  The course will not be offered in Lincoln this fall so if you were interested in taking this course in Nebraska there are still spaces available next weekend in Omaha.  If you are interested in the course in Shakopee, Minnesota you can register here!

Posted June 4, 2009 at 3:22PM
Categories: Courses

Correlation between signs of temporomandibular (TMD) and cervical spine (CSD) disorders in asthmatic children published in the Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry is the latest article being added to the Cervical Cranio Mandibular Restoration course reference list.  “Neck accessory respiratory muscles and mouth breathing suggest a direct relationship among asthma, Temporomandibular (TMD) and Cervical Spine (CSD) Disorders.”  This article even sites the article written by Ron Hruska, Influences of Dysfunctional Respiratory Mechanics on Orofacial Pain.  To read the abstract or to purchase this article click here!

Posted June 2, 2009 at 3:24PM
Categories: Articles
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