8th Annual Nancy Glick Symposium
“Tongue Bone Connected to the Toe Bone: the Myo Collaborative & Dental Hygiene Student Scientific Posters"
Date: April 17, 2020
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Location: TWU T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences – Dallas Center
CEUs: Attendees will receive 6 CEUs for Dental Hygiene and 6 CEs from Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Early Bird (though March 18) - $125
Regular Registration (through April 8) - $150
Day of Registration (credit card only) - $165
Lunch and morning refreshments included in registration fee.
Register for the 8th Annual Nancy Glick Symposium!
Orofacial myofunctional disorders are prevalent in our society, affecting general well-being and quality of life. In this course we will consider deviant oral and head and neck rest postures and how they relate to the function of breathing, chewing and swallowing. Attendees will gain an awareness of deficient oral development and impacts on the rest of the body. Through a look at the research, we will discuss prevention, awareness and the importance of a team approach in partnership with dentists, dental hygienists, speech language pathologists and physical therapists among other healthcare professionals. Collaboration is key to successful treatment as is recognizing the interconnectedness of each bodily system to the whole.
Terri Patrick – RDH, MS, CHES, CDHC, CIC®, Adjunct Faculty Member at Texas Woman’s University
Regina Gentry – RDH, Adjunct Faculty Member at Texas Woman’s University
Rhonda Rodriguez – M.S., CCC – Speech Language Pathologist
Dr. Peter Lecca – General Dentist
Amy Goddard – PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, PRC
Registrations who find it necessary to cancel will receive a refund, less a $25 processing fee. To receive a refund, you must submit written notification by email seven days prior to the event start date. Substitutions may be made at any time. Refunds will not be issued once the event begins. TWU reserves the right to cancel this event if minimum enrollment is not met, or other events out of our control take place. In doing so, Texas Woman’s University’s liability is limited to the registration fee.
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