TMJ Massage Series

November 16, 2019

November 17, 2019

9:00 am To 7:00 pm

2021 Justin Rd, #197 Flower Mound, TX 75028, USA

https://www.massageceeducation.com/

$299

901-572-0051

18

Event Description

1. Apply TMJ techniques. 

2. Discuss the contraindications for TMJ massage. 

3. Examine the ethics of TMJ.

Organizers

Dee Vickers

8608 Farmington Boulevard #5 Germantown, TN 38139

About the Instructor

Dee Vickers, LMT, BCTMB, M.ED., is a board-certified massage therapist, the former Director of Gould’s Academy of Massage, Nationally Approved Massage and Bodywork continuing education provider, and the owner and lead educator for Massage CE Education.  She has been a professional educator for over twenty years and combing her passion for education and massage for over ten years.  Her clinical specialty in private practice is TMJ disorder massage, fertility and pregnancy massage, rehabilitative bodywork.

She received a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Auburn University in Education, as well as, her massage therapy certification from Gadsden State Community College. She interned under Patricia Casebere who was a direct apprentice of Dr. Janet Travell the founder of trigger point therapy.  

Her classes are a lively blend of hands-on skills, inspiring information and light-hearted methods.  Her approach to massage and bodywork education is hands-on with a focus on individual attention to participants.  Mentoring massage therapists and building massage community are an integral part of her mission.

Her diverse interests include enjoying time with her adult triplets, traveling to exotic locations and experiencing outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, and camping.

Registration Details

Class Registration Taken by http://www.bodyworkstudies.com

Related Classes

Health Care Massage

As a massage therapist, it is inevitable that you will encounter clients with health concerns. You may even choose to specialize in working with clients with certain conditions and build your reputation on your knowledge. Pursuing continuing education in health care massage techniques will help you give every client the most comprehensive and comfortable massage you can offer.

Most continuing education courses on health care massage are built around particular health concerns, though some discuss technical topics like HIPAA compliance and internships. You can explore broad categories like oncology massage and managing chronic pain or focus on topics like autoimmune conditions, diabetes and anxiety. You can also learn to improve your overall health care massage skills by learning seated and side-lying massage techniques.