Interactive and Fun!
Dress ready to stretch with us.
Bring a yoga mat and comfy clothes.
Discount for groups of 5 or more people
Friday May 13, 2022
8:00 -9:00 sign in, coffee
9:00-10:30 Bringing out the Dead -Rock Room
10:30-12:00 Dental Yoganomics-on the steps outside
12:00-1:00 Lunch provided can be enjoyed anywhere in the Amphitheatre
1:00-4:00 Perfect Posture Mechanics- Rock Room
Bringing out the Dead
Instructor: Melissa Masters BS, LDH
Credit Value: 2.0
Course description: This class is the third installment of a three part series covering forensic dentistry. Bringing out the Dead dives deeper into Forensic Odontology and how it can be used in the world of unidentified decedents. We will explore the methods used to identify bodies, explore the science of rehydrating bodies for identification and we will take a closer look at actual cases of body identification through dental forensics .
*Learn the identification methods used in Forensic Dentistry
*Know the importance of keeping detailed dental records
*Understand the potential and the limitations of Dental Forensics
Instructor: Jennifer Chan LMT, CYT
Credit value: 2.0
Course Description: A demonstration of Yoga poses that can be done to strengthen & lengthen the over used muscles and tendons of the body caused by working with patients will be presented on the steps of the Amphitheatre. Preventing and treating these injuries is critical to performing our every day work tasks and keeping us healthy for our careers. Please dress appropriately to participate with the stretches and bring a yoga mat if possible
Course objectives :
•Assess-discuss the importance of proper ergonomics to reduce work related pain and injury.
•Introduce-demonstrate and practice yoga poses/stretches that can improve posture.
•Encourage home practice with written list of poses.
Perfect Posture Mechanics
Instructor: Stephanie Botts RDH, BSDH, CEAS
Credit Value: 3.0
The dental profession is at high risk for musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), with 96% of practitioners reporting pain due to clinical work habits. This is due to repetitive movements, bending, twisting, reaching, incorrect operator and patient positioning, and performing repetitive movements in a static posture.
Ergonomics is the science of fitting the working environment to the practitioner, instead of forcing one's body to acclimate to the environment. Practicing proper ergonomics can increase productivity, decrease pain, and lengthen one's career. Allowing the individual to practice pain-free, ergonomics can increase the quality of one's life and work satisfaction.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will learn ergonomic techniques, exercises, and equipment choices to allow them to practice pain-free.
•Identify unique cumulative stress and musculoskeletal disorders that affect dental professionals
•Incorporate improved ergonomics and exercises into daily life
•Assess ergonomic equipment to maintain proper positioning
•Review patient and operator positioning to improve ergonomics and reduce pain
Yoganomics at Red Rocks
If you need help with registration contact us at 773-964-4861
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
After 5/9 you can call or email to see if there is still space available. We always plan for a couple of last minute changes.
Refunds are available until 4/21. All refunds are subject to fees. If the seminar gets rescheduled due to Covid restrictions or other forces of nature you can attend the rescheduled event or take a partial credit towards future seminars for up to one year.
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