Chronic Pain, TMD & Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: a Multi-disciplinary Approach

We have an exciting summer meeting coming up on Monday the 6th July 2015.

Internationally recognised Lecturer Dr Steven Olmos will be flying in from California USA to talk to us on: "Chronic Pain, TMD & Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: a Multi-disciplinary Approach."

Dr. Steven Olmos is an internationally recognised lecturer and researcher, and the founder of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre’s International.

He graduated from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry, and has dedicated the past 26 years to the fields of cranio-facial pain, TMD and sleep disordered breathing. He has extensive post graduate education and board certifications in both cranio-facial pain and dental sleep medicine. Dr. Olmos is an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry, where his system of diagnosis and treatment are utilised at the school's Cranio-facial Pain Center.

He is currently directing research in these fields through data collection at 29 TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre’s spanning 5 Countries including the Cranio-facial Pain Center at the University of Tennessee. This effort is focused to establish protocols between dentistry and medicine for optimal treatment outcomes.

The lecture will be held at The RAC Club, 89 Pall Mall, London. SW1Y 5HS

Registration: 8.30am Start: 9.00am sharp Finish: 5.00pm Price:

Members £300 Non-members £350
Refreshments: A delicious Club lunch with drinks and tea, coffee and water throughout the lecture.
DEADLINE: Due to the booking of the venue and refreshments, please get back to us by Tuesday 31st March 2015

Payment: By cheque, made payable to The BSSCMD.
By BACS Account number 00961048 sort code 309270 (Please email to confirm payment)
We look forward to seeing you all there and welcome other colleagues!

Please can you forward this to any other colleagues or groups you think may be interested in this topic.

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