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, 22nd April 2017 (8.45 am – 5.00 pm)
Tutor: Philip Bateman
Venue: Physiotherapy Department, Cork University Hospital, Wilton , Cork, Ireland
Cost: £149 (£129 early bird discount if book by 10th March 2017)


Date:  Saturday, 13th May 2017 (8.45 am – 5.00 pm)
Philip Bateman
Venue: Cambridge Physiotherapy Clinic, Unit A, Magog Court, Shelford Bottom, CB22 3AD
Cost: £149 (£129 early bird discount if book by 13th April 2017)

  • 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.

Master’s Module on “Differential Diagnosis and Management of TMD” , Liverpool University

To request an application form please contact:

Lynn Jones

Tel: +44 (0) 151 795 4356

For information regarding the module content and delivery contact:

Denise Prescott

Tel: +44 (0) 151 7945681

Facial Palsy

If you are interested in attending courses regarding Facial Palsy then please visit

Course feedback

  • Physiotherapy Management of Temporomandibular Dysfunction – Stockport 23/05/2016

    “Very logical flow to diagnosis and treatment; clear explanation”

    “Excellent mix of theory and practical; very good course.”

    “Structured approach to learning; very biopsychosocial, which is great as not all follow the acute model.Thankyou.’

    “Well explained , easy to understand and apply to practice”

    ” Good pace and length; excellent practical/theory balance”

  • 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”