Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 22332
  Title An overview of conservative approaches to the treatment of temporomandibular disorders [audio lecture]
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Journal DC Tracts. 2011 Winter;23(4):2-3
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Publication Type Audio Lecture
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Lecture I Outline
I.  Introduction to Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD)
   A. Description of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
   B. Etiology of TMD
       1.  whiplash and TMD
       2. headache disorders and TMD
       3. development of TMD symptoms
       4. pelvis and stomatognathic system
       5. TMD associated with Meniere disease
II. Dental treatments
     A. Splints
     B. Orthodontic appliances
     C. Pharmacological interventions
     D. Arthrocentesis
III. Non-Dental Treatments
    A. Conservative treatments other than chiropractic
      1. osteopathic approach
      2. physical therapy
      3. acupuncture
      4. biofeedback-based treatments
      5. yoga
      6. home exercise regimes
      7. topical herbal ointment
      8. conference on TMD

B. Chiropractic treatments other than case reports
     1. chiropractic for mouth opening in asymptomatic patients
     2. chiropractic versus dental care
     3. sacral occipital technique
     4. structured case series
     5. prospective case series
C. Case reports of chiropractic treatment
     1. Rodine and Aker
     2. Emary
     3. Houle and Descarreaux
     4. Yuill and Howitt
IV. Review of Manual Therapies
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