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08. 06. 2014

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We’re Hosting a Free Educational Session for Chiropractors

As you can tell from our website, Dr. Richard Klein exclusively treats TMJ and sleep apnea at Michigan Head & Neck Institute and has over 30 years of experience in treating TMJ disorders. He has helped many people who couldn’t find relief for their headaches, eye pain, ear pain, or jaw pain until they came to Michigan Head & Neck Institute.

Dr. Klein will be hosting a free educational session on August 28th, 2014 at our location. He will be discussing current and new information on cervical dysfunction as it relates to cephalgia, multiple eye and ear dysfunctions, and TMJ dysfunctions. The session is available exclusively for Chiropractors who want to learn more about what they can do for their patients that are experiencing symptoms of a TMJ dysfunction.

This educational event for Chiropractors will be held at Michigan Head & Neck Institute located on 11 Mile Road in Warren, MI. There will be a social hour at 5:30pm before the session begins and dinner is available at 6:30pm. Seating is limited, so those who wish to attend should contact Lauren at (586) 573-0438 ext. 204 or email her at info@michiganheadandneck.com to reserve their seat. This is especially beneficial to new Chiropractors and Chiropractors who are unfamiliar with TMJ dysfunction symptoms.

 

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