TMJ Mastery

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement. Whether TMJ dysfunction is a primary issue or the symptom of broader postural issues, knowing how to effectively access the "Mandibular Sling" is a valuable part of a massage therapist’s toolbox. In this presentation you’ll learn treatment principles for TMJ dysfunction and discover how to work intraorally to help your clients with this all too common condition.
John Corry
John has been a massage therapists since 1989. He has taught therapists in Ontario massage colleges and has presented at massage therapy conferences, and international fitness symposiums. In 2007 he published a 3-issue series of articles on TMJ Dysfunction in Massage Therapy Canada magazine. Working with TMJ issues has led to networking with Speech Language Pathologists and voice coaches who care for both singers and actors. He is a member of the Performing Arts Medicine Association and the arts has been a surprising source of intriguing opportunities. When John is not knuckle-deep in someone’s Medial Pterygoid muscle he can be found cycling and pursuing his interest in photography.

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