: Allen Sprinkle, DDS, Ashlyn Sconyers, RN & W Lee Cowden, MD
- Learn how to do stress reduction & Coca pulse-testing
- Learn how to unjam the skull sutures & self-adjust most joints prior to bit adjustment
- Learn how to muscle-test for dental malocclusion
Often bite adjustment is performed at the dentist’s office after a filling, crown or bridge while the person’s skull is “jammed” or their other joints are misaligned. Because the bite takes precedence over all other joints, the other joints are destined to chronic misalignment unless the practitioner realizes this problem, then adjusts the person’s joints immediately before a dentist precisely adjusts the person’s bite. The muscles, especially the chewing muscles, must be relaxed when the joints and the bite are adjusted. Therefore, the person needs to do regular stress-reduction before every meal & before every bedtime. In this workshop, attendees will be taught stress-reduction techniques, then skull unjamming, then structural self-adjustment of most joints, then muscle testing for dental malocclusion.