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February 2018

The Suppers Program

February 2 - February 27
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

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Introduction to Exam, Diagnosis and Records

February 23 - February 24
AAGO-Walnut Creek Walnut Creek, CA

Series of Five Sessions Session 1

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Practical Dental Sleep Medicine Workflow

February 23 - February 24
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale, AZ United States

You Will LEARN: •The Four Pillars: Screening, Testing, Billing, Treating •How to get patients to pursue treatment •To identify hundreds of patients in your current practice •What you need to maximize insurance reimbursement •How to select the right device •Compliant record-keeping

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March 2018

Craniofacial Epigenetics

March 1 - March 3
Vivos-Dubai
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Orthotropics® Mini-Residency with Dr William M Hang

March 2 - March 3
Office of Dr. William Hang Agoura Hills, CA United States

Learn the philosophy and technique of Orthotropics® which seeks to develop both jaws forward and open the airway for children age 10 and under.

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The Suppers Program

March 7 - March 29
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

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Airway Prosthodontics – Prevent, Control, Resolve New Course

March 8 - March 10
Spear Education Scottsdale, AZ United States

Dr. Jeff Rouse and Dr. Kevin Kwiecien. Before the Facially Generated Treatment Planning process can begin, foundational problems must be uncovered and resolved: periodontal disease, caries, and muscle/joint health. The list of keystone issues now includes airway. This course is designed to help you discover patients in your practice – from pediatric to elderly – with varying degrees of airway compromise based on dental signs and symptoms and learn to control many of their complaints without using medical sleep appliances. This…

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Practical Dental Sleep Medicine Workflow

March 9 - March 10
Embassy Suites Syracuse, NY United States

You Will LEARN: •The Four Pillars: Screening, Testing, Billing, Treating •How to get patients to pursue treatment •To identify hundreds of patients in your current practice •What you need to maximize insurance reimbursement •How to select the right device •Compliant record-keeping

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Postural Respiration

March 10 - March 11
Lima Memorial Wellness Center Lima, OH United States

This advanced lecture and lab course is structured so that clinicians will gain an appreciation for the postural influences of: rib torsion, asymmetrical oblique strength, inconsistent breathing patterns, habitual use of accessory respiratory musculature, and a positionally restricted diaphragm.

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Introduction to Crozats

March 16 - March 17
AAGO-Walnut Creek Walnut Creek, CA

Series of Five Sessions Session II

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April 2018

Cone Beam 3D Mini-Residency

April 6 - April 7
Crowne Plaza Suffern, NY United States

Cone Beam Imaging: Understand applications of CBCT for Orthodontics, TMD, Implants and Sleep How does it work? What are the advantages? What are the potential liabilities? Why would I need it for my office?

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The Suppers Program

April 7
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

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“TOTAL IMMERSION: A 2-DAY TEAM-BUILDING EXPERIENCE”

April 13 - April 14
Sheraton Mahwah Hotel Mahwah, NJ United States

The Successful Airway / Sleep / Oral Systemic Practice has a team working together around a united mission, with the abilities and skills to communicate effectively, from the first patient call, to getting the referral at the end of treatment. For two days, your team will learn and internalize some of the most powerful ideas, systems and verbal skills to take your practice to a whole new level! The emerging dentistry paradigm includes providing care for airway and sleep disorders,…

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West Michigan Orthotropics 4 part Biobloc Orthotropics Seminar

April 20 - April 21
West Michigan Orthotropics Grand Rapids, MI United States

Four part, hands-on seminar

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Pneumopedics for OSA

April 26 - April 28
Vivos – South Korea Seoul, Korea, Republic Of + Google Map
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Cervical Revolution

April 28 - April 29
Rehab 2 Perform Germantown, MD United States

This advanced lecture and lab course places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position. Intercervical, atlanto, occipital, and cranial assessment will help the clinician appreciate occiput, sphenoid and temporal orientation and thus how to proceed in determining what PRI manual or non-manual techniques should be considered. Correlations of airway obstruction, hyoid and vocal cord dysfunction, cervical and cranial symptomology, and temporal-mandibular dysfunction to the left sidebending or right torsion physiologic pattern…

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May 2018

The Suppers Program

May 5
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

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Take Back the Night

May 12 - May 13
Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort Phoenix, AZ United States

This two day RightSleep® course, Take Back the Night, will completely change how you think about sleep! It is appropriate for clinicians of all types to help their insomnia patients without addictive medications. Take Back the Night is also appropriate for motivated well informed, non-clinicians who would like to learn how to use this method to help their family sleep well. Attendees will learn how to improve outcomes with CPAP or oral appliances!

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Introduction to ALF and Osteopathy

May 18 - May 19
AAGO – Durango Durango, CO United States

Series of Five Sessions Session III

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Cervical Revolution

May 19 - May 20
Finish Line Physical Therapy New York, NY United States

This advanced lecture and lab course places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position. Intercervical, atlanto, occipital, and cranial assessment will help the clinician appreciate occiput, sphenoid and temporal orientation and thus how to proceed in determining what PRI manual or non-manual techniques should be considered. Correlations of airway obstruction, hyoid and vocal cord dysfunction, cervical and cranial symptomology, and temporal-mandibular dysfunction to the left sidebending or right torsion physiologic pattern…

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Pediatric Epigenetics

May 24 - May 26
Vivos – Portland Portland, OR United States
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June 2018

Orthotropics® Mini-Residency with Dr William M Hang

June 1 - June 2
Office of Dr. William Hang Agoura Hills, CA United States

Learn the philosophy and technique of Orthotropics® which seeks to develop both jaws forward and open the airway for children age 10 and under.

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Postural Respiration

June 2 - June 3
Aurora St. Luke’s South Shore Aurora Health Care Metro, Inc Milwaukee, WI United States

This advanced lecture and lab course is structured so that clinicians will gain an appreciation for the postural influences of: rib torsion, asymmetrical oblique strength, inconsistent breathing patterns, habitual use of accessory respiratory musculature, and a positionally restricted diaphragm.

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The Suppers Program

June 9
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

Find out more »

Craniofacial Epigenetics

June 21 - June 23
Vivos – South Korea Seoul, Korea, Republic Of
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Advanced Crozats and Mixed Dentition

June 22 - June 23
AAGO – Federal Way Federal Way, WA United States

Series of Five Sessions Session IV

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July 2018

Postural Respiration

July 14 - July 15
University of Nevada Reno, NV United States

This advanced lecture and lab course is structured so that clinicians will gain an appreciation for the postural influences of: rib torsion, asymmetrical oblique strength, inconsistent breathing patterns, habitual use of accessory respiratory musculature, and a positionally restricted diaphragm.

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Craniofacial Epigenetics

July 26 - July 28
Vivos – Portland Portland, OR United States
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August 2018

Cervical Revolution

August 4 - August 5
The Physical Therapy Place Anchorage, AK United States

This advanced lecture and lab course places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position. Intercervical, atlanto, occipital, and cranial assessment will help the clinician appreciate occiput, sphenoid and temporal orientation and thus how to proceed in determining what PRI manual or non-manual techniques should be considered. Correlations of airway obstruction, hyoid and vocal cord dysfunction, cervical and cranial symptomology, and temporal-mandibular dysfunction to the left sidebending or right torsion physiologic pattern…

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Introduction to the Straight-Wire Appliance

August 17 - August 18
AAGO-Walnut Creek Walnut Creek, CA

Series of Five Sessions Session V

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Pneumopedics for OSA

August 23 - August 25
Vivos – Portland Portland, OR United States
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September 2018

Cervical Revolution

September 15 - September 16
Cantrell Center for Physical Therapy Warner Robins, GA United States

This advanced lecture and lab course places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position. Intercervical, atlanto, occipital, and cranial assessment will help the clinician appreciate occiput, sphenoid and temporal orientation and thus how to proceed in determining what PRI manual or non-manual techniques should be considered. Correlations of airway obstruction, hyoid and vocal cord dysfunction, cervical and cranial symptomology, and temporal-mandibular dysfunction to the left sidebending or right torsion physiologic pattern…

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“CERVICAL REVOLUTION FOR DENTISTS”

September 29 - September 30

Identifying, screening and resolving neck and postural issues prior to treating TMJ, sleep and airway conditions will improve results, reduce failure, and provide a better patient and practitioner experience. This two-day hands-on workshop will supply the dental team with the knowledge and techniques to recognize cervical and postural conditions affecting airway. Attendees will also learn to work collaboratively with physical therapists, and to refer and sequence treatment. Earn 14 Hours of Dental CE Credits with this workshop! Location TBD -…

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The Suppers Program

September 29
Suppers – New Jersey

Suppers is a learn-by-doing program where you'll learn to cook, taste and feel your way to vibrant health. Our mission is to provide safe and friendly settings where anyone, and especially people with food-related health challenges, can develop and manage their own personal transitions to a healthier life. Please visit our website for locations and dates.

Find out more »
October 2018

Pediatric Epigenetics

October 4 - October 6
Vivos – South Korea Seoul, Korea, Republic Of
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Cervical Revolution

October 6 - October 7
Water and Sports Physical Therapy San Diego, CA United States

This advanced lecture and lab course places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position. Intercervical, atlanto, occipital, and cranial assessment will help the clinician appreciate occiput, sphenoid and temporal orientation and thus how to proceed in determining what PRI manual or non-manual techniques should be considered. Correlations of airway obstruction, hyoid and vocal cord dysfunction, cervical and cranial symptomology, and temporal-mandibular dysfunction to the left sidebending or right torsion physiologic pattern…

Find out more »

Airway Prosthodontics – Prevent, Control, Resolve

October 18 - October 20

Dr. Jeff Rouse and Dr. Kevin Kwiecien. Before the Facially Generated Treatment Planning process can begin, foundational problems must be uncovered and resolved: periodontal disease, caries, and muscle/joint health. The list of keystone issues now includes airway. This course is designed to help you discover patients in your practice – from pediatric to elderly – with varying degrees of airway compromise based on dental signs and symptoms and learn to control many of their complaints without using medical sleep appliances.…

Find out more »
November 2018

Postural Respiration

November 3 - November 4
Diakadi San Francisco, CA United States

This advanced lecture and lab course is structured so that clinicians will gain an appreciation for the postural influences of: rib torsion, asymmetrical oblique strength, inconsistent breathing patterns, habitual use of accessory respiratory musculature, and a positionally restricted diaphragm.

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December 2018

Pneumopedics for OSA

December 6 - December 8
Vivos – New Mexico NM United States
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