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IN CONJUNCTION WITH “JAW JOINTS – TMJ AWARENESS MONTHâ”
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i.e. our own event… The Jaw Joints & Allied Musculo-Skeletal Disorders Foundation, Inc. [JJAMD], of Boston, Massachusetts, will sponsor a seminar titled “Temporomandibular Disorders [TMJ] in Children --Clinical Indications and Observations.” This event will be held at Faulkner Hospital, November 14, 2002 at 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Co-sponsors are Tufts Dental School, Faulkner Hospital, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Dr. Murad Parmesee, and Dr. George White will make presentations. Both are involved in pediatric patient care and research at Tufts Dental School and in private practice. This program will shed new light on the clinical aspects of this devastating disorder in children and young persons, and is directed towards Pediatricians, Pediatric Dentists, and all health providers who have an interest in Children’s health issues.
The Jaw Joints & Allied Musculo-Skeletal Disorders Foundation, Inc. [JJAMD], of Boston, report that their trademark application for JAW JOINTS – TMJ AWARENESS MONTHâ was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and registered under the trademark section. This designation complements the already existing Congressional Proclamation authored by the Glasses and read into Congress by Congressman Barney Frank, naming November as “JAW JOINTS – TMJ AWARENESS MONTHâ.” The Proclamation and other information about Jaw Joints and TMJ can be found on the Foundation’s website www. TMJoints.org.
Programs held during the month will help bring appropriate needed awareness to the importance of healthy jaw joints to a healthy craniofacial complex, oral health, and to total body health. JJAMD’s mission is to educate everyone on prevention of Temporomandibular Joint Disorders [TMJ], and to encourage broader scientifically based TMJ research at the highest level of government, academia, and research institutes. This will help meld the Dental Community with the Medical Community, the Insurance Industry, and government in a joint effort to help the millions of existing TMJ patients, and prevent others from needlessly falling victim to TMJ from lack of sound proven scientific evidence.