Attend a 2-day PD workshop
Preventing work-related injuries to dental care providers depends on a systematic approach to the delivery of mouth care. The acquisition of skillful body use and compatible clinical components are key to the well-being of the dental operator. Proprioceptively derived (pd) body positioning, body paths of movement, and body contacts on instruments and equipment prevent musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) of dental operators due to habitual and repetitive awkward body conditions. The use of three fingers to control instruments and 360 degree direct and indirect viewing of mouth surfaces has improved fine finger control and maintained the neutral range of scapulae and an erect torso of workshop participants. Protect your career in dentistry against MSDs and establish healthy work practices by attending this series of workshops:
*Discount for enrolled students and recent grads. Students may enroll for just $99 per day up to one year after graduation or residency. Choose the student option below.