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of Craniofacial & Cervical Therapeutics
HomeTMD and Cervical Courses

TMD and Cervical Courses

The following courses have been approved by the PTBCCT for credit towards the application to sit for the examination to become a Certified Cervical & Temporomandibular Therapist (CCTT) as well as to fulfill the annual continuing education requirements to maintain status as a CCTT.



Jeffrey S. Mannheimer

Course:

Comprehensive Evaluation & Treatment of the Sub-Occipital, Craniofacial & Temporomandibular Complex.


A progressive Course series of 3 separate two-day modules within a 3 month period.

Does Your Patient Only Have a Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)?

OR

Could the Pain and Dysfunction also be due to or Comorbid with any of the following?

Cervicogenic myofascial pain, cluster, migraine or tension-type headache, ear infection or toothache, C2 – C4 discal bulging, temporal arteritis, TMD, cranial nerve neuralgia or a combination of one or more?

Without a Comprehensive Evaluation and Individualized Treatment Program, which is the Foundation of this Course, Chronicity is Likely to Develop.

Speaker:

Jeffrey S. Mannheimer, PT, Ph.D, CCTT, CODN


Certified Cervical & Temporomandibular Therapist (CCTT) by the Physical Therapy Board of Craniofacial & Cervical Therapeutics (ptbcct.org)

Certified in Orofacial Dry Needling (CODN) by Myopainseminars.com

Adjunct Clinical Professor of Rehab. & Regenerative Medicine Columbia University
Overview of each Two-Day Module

Module I:  Cervicogenic Causes of Headaches & Orofacial Pain/The Sub-Occipital Connection: Comprehensive evaluation & treatment of pain and dysfunction of the shoulder girdle, cervical, sub-occipital and related cranial regions.


Module II: The Temporomandibular Complex: Comprehensive Evaluation & Treatment.  Includes a three-hour workshop during which two groups will perform a complete comprehensive evaluation, utilizing my 6-page evaluation template, of an actual patient with upper ¼ and TMD symptomatology, that I previously treated as follows:

  • One member of each group will be given the complete history, subjective and objective data (my initial evaluation report) without the diagnosis, goals and comprehensive treatment plan.
  • The chosen classmate will become the actor/actress who will need to simulate that patient and respond to questions from the group regarding the history and demonstrate as best as possible the ADL, ANL, postural, subjective and objective factors indicative of that patient’s initial presentation.
  • The group will then perform a comprehensive assessment of their classmate aka “the patient” to include all relevant subjective and objective data: posture, work/sleep habits, ROM (cervical/TMJ), myotomal assessment, palpation, auscultation, mobilization, provocation, etc. as previously presented in class.
  • After the evaluation, the actor/actress will then join the group to develop the following: comprehensive diagnostic impression, treatment goals, first visit instruction, preventative guidelines and demonstrate/explain the chosen comprehensive treatment paradigm for the second and succeeding visits including the home program.

Module III:  The Temporomandibular Complex: Advanced differentiation and treatment of Disc Displacement and subluxation. Comprehensive evaluation & management of the Pre & Post-Surgical Patient.


Case study presentations with class interaction are presented specific to the topics of each module.  The complete hour by hour agenda for day one and day two of each module are available upon request.

Course Logistics:

Location: The course series will be held at my new office located on the grounds of the Princeton Yoga Center, 88 Orchard Road, Suite 11, Skillman, NJ 08558. 
Suite 11 is on the ground floor of a free-standing white building to the left of the Yoga Center known as the Carriage House.


Travel / Driving Directions: To be individually provided upon request.

 

The first course of 3-modules was filled with 6 PT’s and just completed:
Module I:  May 12-13, 2018
Module II:  June 23-24, 2018
Module III:  July 21-22, 2018

 

The second course series starting in August is now closed with 6 PT’s:

Module I: August 25-26, 2018

Module II: September 22-23, 2018

Module III: October 20-21, 2018

 

Upon request I have agreed to offer a special course series with a Sunday-Monday format in December – January & February.  There are currently three seats left.
 
The 2019 course series will likely commence in March of 2019. Two seats have already been reserved even though the dates will not be posted until the fall.


Registration:  Each course is limited to 6 Physical Therapists and each module must be taken in succession.  The nature of this educational series allows for 23 hands-on workshop sessions in addition to lectures, that are maximized by limiting the course to 6 PT’s. 


Course Certificate: Cannot be granted unless all 3 modules are completed in succession.


Tuition: $500.00/module = $1500.00 for the entire course series, which includes all course material (lecture slides, evaluation + home program instruction forms) and refreshments.


Deposit: To ensure your registration, a $500.00 deposit is due prior to the start of each course series payable to Jeffrey S. Mannheimer, PT, PHD, PC 

 

Mail to: Jeffrey S. Mannheimer, PT, PHD, PC
88 Orchard Road  

Suite 11 In the Carriage House
Skillman, NJ 08558


Lodging:  A listing of hotel/motel options is available upon request, which are no more than 10-15 minutes from the course location, which is adjacent to Princeton, NJ.