The Osteopathic Centre for Children, London.

November 13, 2021 at 3:08 pm 2 comments

13 November 2021: This was my 13th annual presentation to the OCC. “The Effect of Jaw Problems on the Rest of the Body – Exploring the wider role of dentistry and child health.” It was again by zoom.   Students of the OCC were joined with a number of osteopaths from various countries, eg: Brazil, South Africa, Singapore, and Italy. For those unable to attend the live event and for future teaching purposes, it was recorded. This session raised a considerable sum of money for this most worthwhile charity.

The presentation stressed the importance of good facial development in order to attain optimal nasal & pharyngeal airways and good posture. Osteopaths have an important role to play in monitoring this development and avoiding future problems.

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  • 1. drhelenjones  |  November 13, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    Thank you very much Helen, it was very inspiring and thought-provoking for the osteopaths. Very good feedback so far.
    Communications Officer and Education Registrar, OCC.

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  • 2. drhelenjones  |  November 14, 2021 at 7:15 pm

    Thank you for your informative presentation this morning. I think it went very well and will hopefully be thought provoking.
    Carol Meredith. Senior Osteopath at the OCC.

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