TMJD Courses 1 & 2 – Glove Up! (13 CE Hours)

October 22, 2022 @ 9:00 am – October 23, 2022 @ 4:00 pm
Windy Ridge HOA Clubhouse
35 Scott Street; Greenville
NC 27858
Melissa Banno

October 22-23, 2022


TMJD Courses 1 & 2 – Glove Up!

(13 CE Hours)


Presenter:  Ashley Urquhart



TMJD Course 1: This course will introduce participants to the basics of intra oral Temporomandibular Joint techniques. This treatment is a safe and effective way to release muscles that cause headaches, jaw tension, and upper back pain by using clean gloved fingers inside the mouth. Participants will gain knowledge of the anatomy of the major skull bones and muscles. They will comprehend the symptoms and causes associated with TMJ dysfunction. Participants will know the importance of sanitization and contraindications.


TMJD Course 2: Participants will learn and understand the TTBS assessment and will be given details on what and how you should properly use TTBS performing an activity. Participants will learn how to observe incorrect postures that affect the TMJ. Students will be able to match the SI joint and jaw joint to be similar in height using their assessment. They will know the major muscles to perform on to prevent conditions from happening. Participants will understand how to educate their repeat future clients by explaining self care exercises.


This class is approved by the NCBTMB for 13 CE hours for NC LMBTs


Each participant should wear comfortable clothing (possibly layers)


Participants need to bring:

  • Massage Table
  • 2 Sets of Sheets each day
  • Stool
  • Lotion or Oil
  • Facial Mask (required when working on each other)


Registration Fee:  $150 AMTA Member |  $200 Non-Member


October 22-23, 2022

Registration: 8:30 am each day


October 22, 2022

Class: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (1 hr Lunch)


October 23, 2022

Class: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (1 hr Lunch)


Location:  Windy Ridge HOA Clubhouse; 35 Scott Street; Greenville, NC 27858


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