Body Learning: The Alexander Technique

How the Alexander Technique can help Dental Professionals - Part 2

June 12, 2020 Dr Richard Mounce and Dr Aniko Bal
Body Learning: The Alexander Technique
How the Alexander Technique can help Dental Professionals - Part 2
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Body Learning: The Alexander Technique
How the Alexander Technique can help Dental Professionals - Part 2
Jun 12, 2020
Dr Richard Mounce and Dr Aniko Bal

Dr Richard Mounce, DDS, an Endodontist in Dallas, Oregon, interviews Dr Aniko Ball, a dentist and Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia’ about ways in which the Technique can help dentists and dental hygienists reduce the risk of occupational chronic pain and stress. Dr. Ball discusses extraction techniques utilizing her "All of Me" concept, dental practice stresses, managing these stresses through her "In-house ‘Stress Management in the Clinic’ Workshop", "Active Rest", the reversibility of occupationa chronic pain, multi-modal therapy, and her best professional advice for colleagues. This podcast was originally produced for the Dental Companion Podcast at: DentalClinicalCompanion.com Dr. Ball’s website: OptimumDentalPosture.com  More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support

Show Notes

Dr Richard Mounce, DDS, an Endodontist in Dallas, Oregon, interviews Dr Aniko Ball, a dentist and Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Australia’ about ways in which the Technique can help dentists and dental hygienists reduce the risk of occupational chronic pain and stress. Dr. Ball discusses extraction techniques utilizing her "All of Me" concept, dental practice stresses, managing these stresses through her "In-house ‘Stress Management in the Clinic’ Workshop", "Active Rest", the reversibility of occupationa chronic pain, multi-modal therapy, and her best professional advice for colleagues. This podcast was originally produced for the Dental Companion Podcast at: DentalClinicalCompanion.com Dr. Ball’s website: OptimumDentalPosture.com  More information about the Alexander Technique: AlexanderTechnique.com You can learn how to support this and other Alexander Technique websites at AlexTechExpress.com/support