Welcome to the world of Easyrehabexercises.com : Know-it-all / The box. This book is a reference guide mainly intended for the use of professionals, as much in medicine, as in physiotherapy, dentistry, denturology, otolaryngology, occupational therapy, chiropractic, osteopathy, acupuncture, massage therapy, etc. This book was written under the advice of these different professionals in order to meet their needs as much as possible in terms of facial exercises. It is intended as a toolbox for you. Simple, easy to access, concise while being as complete as possible in terms of facial rehabilitation exercises.
This facial exercise guide is primarily intended to be used by professionals and various medical schools. They will therefore be able to use it with their different clienteles, both in terms of evaluation and subsequent treatments.
This work is also very accessible to the general public. So, anyone should be able to take a great interest in it in order to understand the functioning of this wonderful, incredibly complex machine that the human being is, including strengthening related to the muscles of the face!
The author, Jean-Philippe Perreault himself, has a bachelor's degree in physiotherapy. He graduated from Laval University, Quebec, Canada in 2002. He has been practicing as a physiotherapist since 2002 and has had his own physiotherapy clinic since 2010. The latter has acquired several trainings at the temporomandibular, craniofacial and vestibular levels since that time. He himself has been working with a clientele struggling with these types of problems since 2005. He has lectured on several occasions at various conferences in the temporomandibular, craniofacial and sleep apnea fields. Among other things, he was a guest speaker on obstructive sleep apnea at the IFOMPT (International Federation of Orthopedic Manipulative Physical Therapists) world congress in 2012 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
We hope that he will be able to share his experience with you, and all these years of collaboration with various health professionals. Doing so, this book should be useful to you in the evaluation and treatment of your patients struggling with muscle problems at face level. Please note that this guide is the first in a series that will cover various types of rehabilitation exercises. Among others, on: the jaw, sleep apnea, posture, neurology, geriatrics, etc.
Good discovery to all!