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Announcing New Advanced Course! NOW FULLY BOOKED

Masterclass in Orofacial Pain (OFP and Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD)

TMD manipulationCourse content

  • Classification of OFP & TMD
  • Dental, neuropathic and psychosomatic aspects of OFP
  • Bruxism and sleep disorders
  • Assessment of the masticatory system
  • Case studies and treatment option

Course details

  • Date: Saturday, 12th May 2018 (8.30 am – 4.45 pm)
  • Venue: Physiotherapy Dept, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport SK2 7JE
  • Cost: £149 (£129 early bird discount if book by 1st April 2018)
  • CPD: 6 hours

Physiotherapy Management of Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD)

Course content

  • Relevant clinical anatomy
  • Classification of TMD
  • Physiotherapy assessment of the masticatory system
  • Physiotherapy treatment for TMD
  • Case studies & clinical reasoning

Course dates and venues

Stretch of the jaw


Date:  Saturday,2nd June 2018  (8.45 am – 5.00 pm)
Tutor: Philip Bateman
Venue: Community Room, Tesco Superstore, Knocknagoney Road, Belfast.
Cost: £149 (£129 early bird discount if book by 1st May 2018)


 Date: Saturday, 22nd September 2018 (8.45-5.00pm)
Tutor: Philip Bateman
Venue: Back in Motion, Windmill Surgery, London Road, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 0AF
Cost: £149 (Early Bird Discount if booked by 1st September 2018)


Further Courses 2018-2019

Dates to be confirmed for Newcastle and Rochdale.

  • To ensure a place on the course please download a form and send a cheque for £149 (£129) made payable to ACPTMD to:Cathy Gordon,Physiotherapy Department, Stepping Hill Hospital, Popular  Grove, Stockport, SK27JE.

Facial Palsy

If you are interested in attending courses regarding Facial Palsy then please visit fts-uk.org/courses/

Course feedback

  • Physiotherapy Management of Temporomandibular Dysfunction Course

    St. Georges Hospital London 27/01/2018

    Good mixture of theory and Practical. Very clinically based.

    Knowledgeable tutor with good teaching experience.

    Lots of practical suggestions and Treatment techniques “Brilliant”

    Philip has a great teaching style, engaging ,clear and logical.

    Stratford-Upon-Avon 18/11/2017

    Delivered by an experienced clinician who lectures regularly and clearly lives TMD! Thank You

    Lots of real clinical examples, lots of treatment techniques which are good to go away with straight away and are relevant to my own caseload.

    Well organised, received a good amount of information before and during the course.

    Logical teaching alongside the clinical reasoning.

    Cambridge 13/05/17

    Fantastic Evidence based approach. Course handouts very informative resource.

    Very informative, friendly atmosphere so people felt free to ask questions.

    Tutor was great. Helpful, not condescending and knows his topic.

    Excellent knowledge and experience on TMD.

    Well paced and structured. Good balance of theory, practical, clinical application.

    Cork  22/04/17

    Excellent presenter, excellent balance of theory and practical, with sufficient repetition to allow real-time learning.

    New area to me , well explained

    Very relevant to clinical practice.

    Good appropriate engaging content.

    Phil is a great speaker.

    In-depth references and evidence based application.

    Carlisle 04/03/2017

    “Tutor very knowledgeable, easy to listen to and very approachable.”

    “Strong practical application. Good balanced approach to patient management- self management vs manual therapy.”

    “Good mix of theory and practical. Theory well delivered and clear. Practical gave lots of ideas for techniques. Excellent delivery.’

    “Loved the practical sessions. Good demonstration with skull. Loved pace. Good case studies”

    “Excellent practical sessions with good advice”

  • Acupuncture Course on Orofacial pain

    Tutor: George Chia, Sheffield 1/2/2014

    “Very interesting”
    “Good practical aspect”
    “Good to observe needling”
    “Great teacher”
    “Good mix of practical and case studies”