Dentistry and the Cranio-Sacral System
(with Dr. Granville Langly-Smith)
Saturday/Sunday 1st/2nd February 2020
Can you identify primary dental sources of ill health?
Can you distinguish dental and non-dental sources of disturbance?
Do your patients really need the orthodontic treatment recommended by their dentist?
Can you help to resolve TMJ syndrome and other persistent tooth and jaw pains?
Can you trace obscure symptoms of chronic fatigue and debilitation to their dental source?
Granville Langly-Smith is one of those few Orthodontists who, not only understands the cranio-sacral system, but uses it himself as a matter of course with his dental and orthodontic patients. He has practised as a Dentist and Orthodontist for 30 years, integrating an understanding of whole-body mechanics and Cranio-Sacral Therapy into his practice. He runs a specialist orthodontic practice with treatment based on the whole-body approach.
In this course, he will demonstrate how dental malocclusions and crooked teeth can be manifestations of cranial and body distortions, and how orthodontics integrated with cranio-sacral work can produce outstanding results in patients. With the help of slides from his vast library of case histories, he will explain the various dental approaches and describe the progress of various cases. He will demonstrate the benefits of a better understanding of cranio-sacral dental relationships, and the value of referral both ways.
This will be a practical seminar, open to Dentists, Cranial Osteopaths and Cranio-Sacral Therapists, enabling an inspiring and informative interaction.
“Cranio-sacral therapy combined with good dentistry can be nothing less than awesome!”
Dr Dietricht Klinghardt