The London School of Osteopathy, 4 October, 21014

October 4, 2014 at 6:29 pm 4 comments

25 5th year students attended this presentation. It was entitled ” The Effect of Jaw Problems on the Rest of the Body”. The 3 hour session allowed me time to show two videos on movement disorders and two Power Point presentations entitled “The TMJ/Osteopathy Connection” and “How do Crooked Teeth Impact on the Airway and Posture”. There was also a table demonstration and a short practical session.

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  • 1. Tony O Connor  |  October 5, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    Dear Helen, I am a General Dentist here in Cork, Ireland . I have a keen interest in Cranio-Facial Growth in Children, and having recently completed Dr Bill Hangs Mini-Residency on Biobloc Orthotropics, I would very much like to attend one of your study evenings/days. Airway focused Orthodontics is now the new “Buzz word” and an area we all need to be aware of. I would be grateful if you could let me know any upcoming study days, so I maybe able to book flights over to London. Kind Regards, Tony O’Connor

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    • 2. drhelenjones  |  October 5, 2014 at 6:32 pm

      Dear Tony

      I can certainly send you details of the study days when I know the dates. It would be really could if you became a member of BSSCMD and then you would receive the notifications. You will find a link for the application form at the bottom of the website on The annual fee is £100 and includes two Cranio UK journals a year. Please email me if you need more information.

  • 3. drhelenjones  |  October 6, 2014 at 8:08 am

    3. ACW | October 6, 2014 at 6:42 am

    Thank you for a fantastic lecture at the LSO! This knowledge gives us a chance to be even more holistic now and hopefully leads to a successful collaboration between osteopaths and orthodontists.

  • 4. drhelenjones  |  October 6, 2014 at 10:40 am

    Alexis des Monstiers wrote:Many thanks for your very interesting lecture yesterday at the LSO.


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