Description of the course
Day 1 - Review of the topics covered in modules 4 and 5. (Repeat module 5).
Day 2 - Introduction to more sophisticated kinesiological approaches for difficult cases.
Addition of 'radionic' supports to help assess and facilitate improved lymph flow, hydration, chronic conditions, TMJ balance and Mudra. 'Bite' registration - theory and practical application.
Having completed the prior modules, the practitioner has had the opportunity to take these new skills into their respective practices. Upon utilising these skills, one generally finds a significant improvement in their treatment outcomes, not only for the TMJ, however also for other conditions that have not resolved in the past.
The main objectives of module 6 are: - review and refine the techniques, - discuss clinical cases that may have been deemed more problematic to treat, - offer open discussion and suggestions of these cases, including outcomes and questions raised. Introduce new approaches to increase effectiveness in more difficult cases both via applied kinesiology and 'radionics'. Learn techniques that will support the interface between the practitioner and the dental industry.
Completion of modules 4+5. Clinical experience in using the techniques covered.
Note: Upon completion of module 6, the practitioner will be listed as an
“Endorsed Practitioner” on the PASC website.