Speakers Invited By The British Society For The Study Of Craniomandibular Disorders:

Since the BSSCMD was founded in 1994 we have invited guest lecturers to our evening study meetings and organised Symposia. As you will see it is like a list from the Who's Who of TMJ treatment including nearly all the top world authorities on this subject:

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  • Andrew Jackson

    CHEK Practitioner

  • Angela Caine

    Bodygym and Voice Coach

  • Caroline Laurence

    Cranial Osteopathy

  • Dr B Stack DDS M.S. , Co-Founder American Academy of Craniofacial Pain

    Total body movement disorders associated with TMD/craniofacial pain disorders

  • Dr C Sherlock MRC Psych. Radcliffe Hospital Oxford

    Adaptation for TMJ dysfunction

  • Dr D O'Flynn, Medical Practitioner

    Integrated Medicine including Wilson’s Thyroid System

  • Dr J Armstrong OBE BSc FRSC

    Logical thought in relation to evidence based dentistry

  • Dr J Jecmen, USA

    Chiropractic treatment and its relevance to the TM joint

  • Dr K Lotzof FRCR, Consultant Radiologist, Edgware & Barnet Hospital

    TMJ Imaging Techniques

  • Dr M Ali MD

    Integrated Medical Centre, London Treatment of head neck and facial pain with physical therapy

  • Dr P Herbert MRCP MB BS General Medical Practitioner

    Headaches and Migraine – a GP’s perspective

  • Dr P Rosted, Consultant medical acupuncturist, Weston Park Hospital Sheffield

    Facial pain and acupuncture

  • Dr R Choy, Nightingale Allergy and Nutrition Clinic, London

    Migraine – its relationship to food intolerances diagnosed by kinesiological testing

  • Dr Steven Olmos, Clinical Director TMJ Therapy Centre, California, USA

    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.

  • Dr W Shankland, Director of TMJ and Facial Pain Center, Columbus, Ohio, USA

  • Dr W Walker, Consultant Radiologist, Guildford

    MRI scanning of the TMJ

  • Dr. Anthony Sims DDS

    Treatment of TMJ and Tourettes Syndrome

  • Dr. Barry Glassman

    Diplomate of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management, Diplomate of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and a Fellow of the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics. He is the Co-Medical Director of the St. Lukes Headache Centre.

  • Dr. Granville Langly-Smith

    Specialist Orthodontist

  • Dr. Ian Walters, Sydney, Australia

    Facial Asymmetry

  • Dr. Joanna Zakrzewska

    Pain, Trigeminal Nerve and Evidence based dentistry

  • Dr. John Mew

  • Dr. Jonathan Howat D.C., D.I.C.S., F.I.C,S, (paeds), F.C.C, (Cranio)

  • Dr. Malcolm Levinkind

  • Dr. Robert W. Christiansen

    Oral Surgeon

  • Grahame Mann

    Specialist in Podiatric Medicine & Surgery

  • Jonathan Frewling

    Scenar Therapy

  • Jonathan Frewling

    Scenar Therapy

  • Mr C Lessell MB BDS D.D.Hom

    A homeopathic perspective of facial pain

  • Mr D Mahony BDS M.Orth

    Current concepts in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics

  • Mr D Timms FDS, Hon Consultant Royal Preston Hospital

    Rapid maxillary expansion and otitis media with effusion

  • Mr H Walters FDS

    Video arthrography of the TMJ

  • Mr I Hutchison FRCS Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, Royal London Hospital

    Indications for TMJ surgery

  • Mr K Bush MB BS London

    Treatment of the painful cervical spine by injection

  • Mr N Kingsley, M.S.T.A.T

    The Alexander Technique

  • Mr N Mendoza FRCS, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Charing Cross Hospital, London

    Trigeminal Neuralgia, surgical and non surgical treatment

  • Mr N Nasser FRCS Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital London

    Surgical treatment for TM disorders – the disc plication procedure

  • Mr P Emery, Department of Nutrition, Kings College London

    Nutrition and Tissue Healing

  • Mr P Emery, Department of Nutrition, Kings College London

    Nutrition and Tissue Healing

  • Mr R Hensher FRCS Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon

    Winfield Hospital Gloucester Christiansen Implants

  • Mr V Mahadevan, Reader in Anatomy at Royal College of Surgeons London

    Study day on the functional and clinical anatomy of the trigeminal nerve at the Royal College of Surgeons, London

  • Mr. Peter Valentine

    Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon, Otogy & Balance Disorders

  • Ms J Harrison FDS M.Orth

    The Cochrane Collaboration

  • Ms N Boodhoo BDS FDS, Dental Advisor to the Med.Prot.Soc.

    Legal Implications of TMJ therapy

  • Paul Chek

    Holistic Health Practitioner and Neuro Muscular Therapist. Founder of the C.H.E.K Institute

  • Professor A Isberg, Professor of Diagnostic Imaging, UMEA University, Sweden

    Imaging Techniques of TMJ and Interpretation

  • Professor A Lewin, University of Witwaterand, S Africa

    A personal perspective of the TMJ

  • Professor A Pullinger, Professor and Chair of Orofacial Pain, UCLA School of Dentistry, USA

  • Professor Franco Mongini MD, Italy

    Pathophysiology of cranio-facial pain and TMJ disorders TMJ disorders vs muscle pain/facial pain

  • Professor J P Moss PhD FDS. former Professor of Orthodontics, Royal London Hospital

    Electromygraphic Studies and Malocclusion

  • Professor M Harris FDS, Eastman Dental Hospital

    The management of idiopathic facial pain

  • Professor P McNaughton, Head of Physiology, Kings College London

    How do nerve cells respond to pain

  • Professor Piero Cascone MD, PhD

    Maxillofacial Surgeon, University of Rome 'La Spienza' Faculty of Medicine.

  • Professor Piero Cascone MD, PhD

    Maxillofacial Surgeon, University of Rome 'La Spienza' Faculty of Medicine.

  • Professor Piet Haers M.D., D.M.D., F.D.S.R.C.S.

    Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

  • Professor R Ricketts M.S. DDS, Professor Loma Linda University, USA

    Biology/diagnosis and treatment of TMD

  • Professor R Tallents, Clinical Professor University of Rochester, Eastman Dental Centre, USA

  • Professor Richard Katzberg MD, USA

    MRI of the TMJ

  • Roger Coghill, Biologist

    Effect of electronics and magnetism on physical energies

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