Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) represents a constellation of signs and symptoms involving the temporomandibular joints and/or muscles of mastication. It has been estimated that up to 12% of the general population
What is tinnitus and what are the symptoms? Michiel Trouw, instructor with CRAFTA® explores tinnitus from a neuromusculoskeletal point of view. Which techniques are applied during the assessment? What role,
What is bruxism and what are the symptoms? During the first part of this webinar, Prof. Dr. Harry von Piekartz presents an evidence-informed overview of bruxism, including the etiology, assessment,
Introduction to CRAFTA® course program and the focus of the courses presented by Marissa Hoffmann.
Published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, this new study focused on determining which TMD assessment tools are the most useful for physical therapists.
Will Freres demonstrates the use of the wedge for gentle OA mobilization.
Dry needling of the anterior scalene muscles resolved the symptoms of nerve tingling and pain as tested with the upper limb tension test!
Dry needling of the levator scapulae improved neck range of motion!
Dry needing of the levator scapulae restored neck rotation.
Strength output more than doubled after dry needling of the deltoids.
Amazing improvement in cervical spine rotation after dry needling of the SCM muscle.
Rob Stanborough needled the upper trapezius and improved cervical range of motion.
Immediate progress noted in the clinic with dry needling of the oblique capitis inferior muscle.
Wow! Dramatic increase in passive range of motion of the neck after dry needling of the Oblique Capitis Inferior Muscle.
Impressive improvement in neck range of motion after dry needling of the levator scapula muscle.
Improved range of motion after DN of the SCM.