Orofacial Pain Academy – GSID Winter School “International TMD Camp”
December 11-15, 2023 – Marina di Carrara
The challenge for the winter School of the Orofacial Pain Academy/Italian Study Group on Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorders (GSID)is to educate a master class of alumni under both clinical and research aspects. In this seventh edition of the international Residency Program, the outstanding faculty (hundreds of medline papers and decades of clinical experience will be on the desk summing up the works of all teachers) and participants from all over the world are going to interact for a widespread diffusion of clinical knowledge and for designing future researches in the field of temporomandibular disorders and bruxism.
As the scientific coordinator, I will never forget the first editions, with the ending moments that define them at a glance: new friends who, despite the flight schedules and their willingness to rejoin their loved ones, almost begged for some extra time!
An entire Monday-to-Friday week, with super-teachers delving deep into the TMD and bruxism practice, is the best available option to see how actually easy is the clinical practice in a field that is often perceived as unnecessarily complicated. During the theoretical lectures and the interactive discussions, participants will learn the TMJ anatomy, understand the etiology of TMDs, summarize the clinical guidelines, read MRIs, talk about the prosthodontic and orthodontic implications in TMD patients, approach the multiple-P treatment framework, discuss the behind the scenes of the bruxism consensus papers, increase their basic research knowledge.
Hands-on sessions on patients, also featuring some first visit assessments, will reinforce the concept that most TMD symptoms are due to an emotional-driven muscle overload of the stomatognathic system, in which a host response determines the different clinical features and time frame of first onset. With about 20 patients “live”, receiving or controlling oral appliances, undergoing arthrocentesis, and/or being counseled, it is hard to imagine how to give and receive more.
I guess there is enough to define a one-and-only educational program in dentistry. I’ll be really looking forward to meet you for another of the Academy’s STEP (Sharing, Teaching, Education, Peer-to-Peer) experiences…and to deliver our main “teaching”: when easy things seem complicated, change teachers, and choose the ones who WALK THE TALK!
Waiting for you in Marina di Carrara, Italy, from December 11th to 15th, 2023!
Monday, December 11thGENERAL INTRODUCTION
11.30 Welcome meeting and Light Lunch together
14.00-14.30 Ricardo Dias My experience with the Orofacial Pain Academy School
14.30-15.00 Laura Nykanen How the School impacted my clinical and research activity
15.00-18.00 Daniele Manfredini Temporomandibular disorders in the orofacial pain world
Tuesday, December 12thANATOMY DAY
9.00-11.00 Matteo Val Anatomy of the TMJ and jaw muscles
11.00-13.00 Matteo Tresoldi Temporomandibular joint imaging with clinical quiz
Hands-on course on patients (tutors: Matteo Tresoldi – Matteo Val – Daniele Manfredini)
14.30-18.00 How to read a Magnetic Resonance of the TMJ – from patients to images
Wednesday, december 13thASSESSMENT DAY
9.00-11.00 Daniele Manfredini Clinical assessment of Temporomandibular Disorders
11.00-13.00 Antonio Romero Garcia Clinical assessment of Orofacial Pains
Hands-on course (tutor: Daniele Manfredini)
14.30-18.00 How to evaluate the TMD patient – from history to differential diagnosis
Thursday, December 14thMANAGEMENT DAY
9.00-11.00 Daniele Manfredini Principles of temporomandibular disorders management
11.00-13.00 Carlo Poggio Mouth rehabilitation planning and the TMJ…centric relation???
Hands-on course (tutors: Luca Guarda Nardini – Daniele Manfredini)
14.30-16.00 Oral appliances – from impressions to delivery and follow up
16.00-18.00 Luca Guarda Nardini Live intervention: TMJ arthrocentesis
Friday, December 15thBRUXISM DAY
9.00-10.00 Daniele Manfredini Standardized Tool for the Assessment of Bruxism (STAB)
10.00-11.00 Alessandro Bracci Assessment of Awake Bruxism
11.00-12.00 Matteo Pollis Sleep Apnea
12.00-13.00 Anna Colonna Sleep Bruxism and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Hands-on course (tutors: Alessandro Bracci – Anna Colonna – Matteo Pollis)
14.30-18.00 TMD and bruxism
18.00-18.30 CONCLUSION AND CERTIFICATE DELIVERY CEREMONY
Daniele Manfredini – Siena, Italy
Alessandro Bracci – Padova, Italy
Anna Colonna – Siena, Italy
Ricardo Dias – Coimbra, Portugal
Luca Guarda-Nardini – Treviso, Italy
Laura Nykanen – Helsinki, Finland
Carlo Poggio – Milano, Italy
Matteo Pollis – Siena, Italy
Antonio Romero Garcia – Valencia, Spain
Matteo Tresoldi – Siena, Italy
Matteo Val – Treviso, Italy
Theoretical lectures: Sea Village Club Academy, Viale Cristoforo Colombo 2, Marina di Carrara, Italy
Hands-on Sessions: GSID Educational Center, Via Ingolstadt 3, Marina di Carrara, Italy
Admission criteria and registration fees
The course is reserved to owners of a University Degree in Dentistry or higher academic/professional titles. The expected level of acquired knowledge is Post-Graduate/Master of Science.
- Early Bird: 3050 euro for registrations before May 15th, 2023
- Regular Fee: 3660 euro after May 15th, 2023
Full course fee comprises:
- Lessons handouts
- Coffee breaks
- Social Light Dinner on Friday evening
The full Mini-Residency program is reserved to a maximum of 15 participants.
Lessons will be given in English as the main language.
Benefits for Residents
- Certification of attendance
COSTO DEL CORSO
EURO 2500 + IVA
Info and Registration
TMJ Class srl (+39 0585 630964):email@example.com
Sede del corso
Teoria: saletta Academy del Lounge Village del Sea Group (ingresso da
Viale Cristoforo Colombo 2, Carrara).
Pratica: GSID Educational Center – Marina di Carrara:
Provider: Pierre Service srl uninominale id 1661
Segreteria organizzativa: GRUPPO DI STUDIO ITALIANO DOLORE OROFACCIALE E
Obiettivi formativi tecnico-professionali: Applicazione nella pratica
quotidiana dei principi e delle procedure dell’evidence based practice
Responsabile Scientifico: Dott. Daniele Manfredini