TMJ Dysfunction (“The Appetizer”) with John Corry, RMT

Friday, April 21, 2017
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Approved for 7 Primary credits

Course is limited to 24 participants

$240 +GST

$312 +GST

Fee includes: course handouts, latex free gloves and lunch



Spending an entire day exploring this complicated joint system will allow participants the ability to assess and treat the Mandibular Sling. The value of having these tools as an RMT cannot be overstated; the incidence of TMJ Dysfunction in North American society is astounding.  Since initially training in 1994*, most of John’s clients have presented with some indicator of trouble in their TMJ mechanics.

(* “Working in the Mouth” by Doug Alexander, B.Sc., RMT – a long time friend of MTAM)

A new approach to assessment will be covered that speaks directly to creating a treatment plan, and will accomplish covering the “Gold Medal” in treatment; the Medial Pterygoid muscle.

Participants will leave with the communications skills, confidence and techniques to treat a triad of mastication muscles. Thus providing a winning combination allowing a solid contribution to integrate TMJ Dysfunction as it presents with Headache, MVA/Concussion, Head Forward Carriage/posture issues, and direct impact jaw trauma. This one-day investment allows opportunity to attend other courses on your conference weekend.

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John Corry RMT

John graduated in 1989 from the Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto.  He has been an instructor in London’s massage therapy school, and has presented at provincial massage therapy conferences, international fitness symposiums, and the virtual World Massage Conference.  In 2007 he published a 3-issue series of articles on TMJ Dysfunction in Massage Therapy Canada magazine.

John pursues a level of excellence in innovative applications and since 1996 has groomed his practice toward TMJ cases.  He provides an accredited Continuing Education workshop for RMT’s that has taken across Canada, and now focuses his practice exclusively towards Craniomandibular issues.  When not attending TMJ clients he can be found cycling or pursuing a creative passion of B/W photography.


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