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Recognizing the Underlying Causes of TMJ Pain

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Join us for a free 1 hour Webinar sponsored by Custom Craftworks, a brand of Pivotal Health Solutions.The TMJ Association states that TMJ Disorders are a complex and poorly understood set of conditions characterized by pain in the jaw joint and surrounding tissues and limitation in jaw movements. The trigeminal nerve (located directly behind the TMJ) is the most complex nerve in your body. The trigeminal and facial nerves work together to support the over 300 muscles, and all other structures of the head and face. Abnormal muscle function and a bad jaw position causes breakdown of the joint cartilage, abnormal nerve function, and changes blood flow to the brain. Along with jaw and face pain, this muscle imbalance is responsible for headaches and most migraines.

Dynamic Self Care Compression For Eliminating Trigger Points and Muscle Pain

By Pressure Positive September 19, 2014 No comments
Join us for a free 1 hour webinar sponsored by Custom Craftworks, a brand of Pivotal Health Solutions and while geared for Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers and Massage Therapists. Anyone can use this information to better understand how myofascial dysfunction can impact athletes, exercisers and everyone. Muscles that harbor Myofascial Trigger Points usually show a reduction in strength, power, and even coordination. If these muscles are not worked on, the dysfunction can continue and cause shifts in gait, posture, impaired athletic performance and ultimately can cause pain.

Free Webinar Jan. 29th 2PM EST: Facial Pain and TMJ

By Pressure Positive September 18, 2014 No comments
Announcing another informative and FREE Webinar from Pivotal Health Solutions with Dr. Turchin, MA, DC and Gail Falzon, RN. Mark your Calendars for 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST January 29, 2013. Topic: Successful ways to treat muscle dysfunction associated with facial pain using Lasers and the MyoFree Solution home care compression tool and techniques. Title: Grow Your Practice: Facial Pain and TMJ...

Join Us Sept 25th for a free webinar to Learn the FAST Soft TissueTools and Technique

By Pressure Positive September 18, 2014 No comments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us for a Webinar on September 25th!
FAST Tools are a unique new soft tissue set of tools for soft tissue instrument
augmented massage. FAST Tools offers a soft, but aggressive edge to
maximize the benefit of your soft tissue work. No more slippery tools! Metal
injected plastic material is as heavy as stainless tools, but not slippery.
Convenient handle "Built in" to the tool for maximum grip and "feel" of the
patients soft tissue adhesions. FAST Tools are easily adaptable to any soft
tissue technique. Best of all FAST Tools are economically priced to implement
FAST Tools into your practice and not break the bank to do it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speaker: Dr. Jerad Bludorn, a Chiropractic Physician and Acupuncturist, trained
in many soft tissue myofascial techniques and specialized in sports medicine
injuries.

 

Webinar Outline: Introduction to FAST Tools
A. Introduction to soft tissue and fascial manipulation
1. Latest research of new techniques and improvement of clinical outcomes.
B. Fast tools and techniques
1. Features of the tools
2. material used for the tools and benefits of the tools
3. Explanation of the design of the tools
C. Conditions FAST Tools can be used with
1. Common conditions for marketing purposes
2. Tendinitis tendonosis. Sprains and strains
3. Post surgical and injury scar tissue treatment
Recap of FAST Tools features and benefits
Questions?
Title: Introduction to FAST Tools for your practice
Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information
about joining the Webinar.
System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer
Space is limited.

Free OnLine Webinar: “Trigger Points and how they impact the Athlete” with Mary Biancalana, MS, CMTPT, LMT

By Pressure Positive September 17, 2014 No comments
Understanding How Trigger Points Can Impact AthletesPart 1: Lower Body Focus - Aug. 2
REGISTER HEREPart 2: Upper Body Focus - Aug. 9
REGISTER HERE

 

Join us for a free 1 hour webinar sponsored by Custom Craftworks, a brand of Pivotal Health Solutions and while geared for Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Personal Trainers and Massage Therapists. Anyone can use this information to better understand how myofascial dysfunction can impact athletes, exercisers and everyone. Muscles that harbor Myofascial Trigger Points usually show a reduction in strength, power, and even coordination. If these muscles are not worked on, the dysfunction can continue and cause shifts in gait, posture, impaired athletic performance and ultimately can cause pain.

 

Myofascial Trigger Points are taut bands in muscle, that when pressed on refer pain to an often distant and predictable area. Dr Robert Gerwin reported that as many as 90% of the people entering the medical system with pain, have trigger points as the cause, yet they go undetected because so many health care providers are inadequately trained in their treatment. (Gerwin, RD 1995, Fishbain, DA 1986)

 

This workshop is especially important for those who work with athletes from all levels including professional NFL, NBA and PGA, as well as the weekend warriors. This workshop will show the athlete, exerciser and the professionals who work with them how to self compress the muscles in the upper body to alleviate myofascial trigger point dysfunction. Range of motion restriction will be assessed for shoulder flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, circumduction and over all dynamic integrated function. The Travell and Simons model for identifying the most probable painful areas will be reviewed, as this will allow the practitioner to most accurately assess and teach the client self-compression techniques to allow return to full strength and performance.

Key perpetuating factors will be discussed. Trigger points cannot be fully eliminated unless the practitioner discovers what postures (during sleep, work, driving, exercise, and training) are out of neutral and can be causing the muscles to be dysfunctional. Structural assessment is also important, and will be discussed.