Making sense of temporomandibular disorders
APA Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist Guy Zito presents this eTalk covering the
role of physiotherapy in the management of temporomandibular conditions. The webinar
reviews the structure of the temporomandibular joint and its relationship to the cervical
spine, presenting a validated, diagnostic paradigm for temporomandibular disorders. Guy
is a senior fellow of the University of Melbourne with extensive experience in both education
and clinical practice. He is the principal physiotherapist at the Carlton Physiotherapy Centre
and conducts workshops on the temporomandibular joint both in Australia and overseas.
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How to access the eTalks
APA member—existing user
Access the eTalk through the cpd4physios course catalogue under ‘eTalks series - APA members only'
- the eTalk will appear under 'My Learning'
- the eTalk will be available for 12 months
First time users
No need for prior registration however you must activate a cpd4physios
- go to www.cpd4physios.com.au
- use your APA website username and password to sign in, in the black box at the top right of the screen
- username: APA member number
- password: apa[APA member number] or what you have set as password
APA members do not need to sign up for a new account. The APA has already created an account on your behalf and by following the above steps your account will be activated.
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About the eTalks series
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- exclusive to APA Members
- national and international experts present on a diverse range of topics
- recordings are available for 12 months after the live event
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