Date: Friday, September 17, 2021
Time: 8am – 3pm
Location: Dikta’s Restaurant @ Oak Brook, IL
Speaker: Janey Prodoehl, PT, PhD, CCTT
CE Credits: 7 CE Lecture Credits
AGD Dentist: $150
Non-AGD Dentist: $225
Hygienist or staff (AGD Dentist): $65
Hygienist or staff (Non-AGD Dentist): $85
Dr. Janey Prodoehl is a Professor and Assistant Program Director in the Physical Therapy Program at Midwestern University Downers Grove, Illinois. She completed her entry-level physical therapy degree in Leeds, England, an advanced Master of Science degree in physical therapy at Rosalind Franklin University, and doctoral and post-doctoral studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has over 30 years of experience as a physical therapist primarily in outpatient orthopedic settings and was certified as an orthopedic clinical specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Her doctoral studies examined motor control in focal dystonia, and her post-doctoral work examined functional and structural neuroimaging in patients with movement problems. She sees patients in the Physical Therapy Institute at Midwestern University with a physical therapy practice focused on neck pain, orofacial pain, and headache, and dry needling for musculoskeletal dysfunction. Her research focus is to ask questions related to motor control that will lead to an improved understanding of musculoskeletal movement dysfunction particularly as it relates to orofacial pain and postural dysfunction. Dr. Prodoehl has authored numerous publications from her work. She is a Certified Cervical & Temporomandibular Therapist by the Physical Therapy Board of Craniofacial & Cervical Therapeutics.
1. Describe the evidence-based diagnosis and typical management of trigeminal neuralgia, headache, and temporomandibular disorder.
2. Identify key differential diagnosis issues in non-odontogenic orofacial pain specific to patients that may present to the general dentist.
3. Describe the interdisciplinary roles of members of the healthcare team in the management of patients with orofacial pain, with focus on general dentists and physical therapists.
4. Identify barriers to interprofessional collaboration between dentistry and physical therapy in the management of patients with TMD and potential strategies to promote improved interprofessional collaboration.
The ILAGD General Assembly meeting will take place at the conclusion of the September 17 CAGD meeting.
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