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Dr. Edmund Liem will be speaking at several conferences this spring. First he will be speaking at the Pacific Dental Conference on 2 topics: the first lecture is titled: TMD and Sleep,,don’t divorce this marriage and the second lecture is titled: Do you screen your pediatric patients for sleep disorders? The Pacific Dental Conference is […]
Dr. Edmund Liem is for the coming 2 years president of the Canadian Chapter of the AACP (American Academy of Craniofacial Pain). With this presidency he will also host the annual meetings in Vancouver. The dates for the next meeting is October 2-3, 2015. More info can be found on …]
We wish you a wonderful year ahead and hope that 2015 brings you joy, good health and success.
Recognizing Sleep Apnea Awareness Day April 18th, 2014 in honor of Dr Colin Sullivan, inventor of CPAP.
Sleep Apnea Awareness Day is April 18, 2014
Why is Sleep Apnea Awareness Day held on April 18th?
April 18th is an important date in the history of treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. On this day in 1981, Professional Colin Sullivan published the results of a small study (five patients) in the British Medical Journal The Lancet entitled […]
The month of March 2014 will be a very busy month with speaking engagements at 2 conferences.
Dr. Edmund Liem is invited to speak at the 5th Annual Sleep Conference at the Thompson River University in Kamloops. He will be speaking about the relationship of Orthodontics and Airway. This is the second year that Dr. […]
Here is a link that discuss the links between sleep deprivation and your immune system.
Here are 5 myths that are not true. Read more on this article and it will help you understand sleep better. Sleep has so much to do with your health, this is information you can not ignore.
Prevention is always a good thing and that applies also for TMJ disorders.
This article shows some recent research regarding the prevention of TMJ disorders.
You can read it here: http://newsstand.clemson.edu/mediarelations/clemson-fsu-work-to-prevent-joint-disorders/
Is there a connection between poor sleep and Alzheimer’s ?
Read this article to get more insight:
The International Association for the Study of Pain has declared that the period of October 2013 to October 2014 is the Global Year against Orofacial Pain.
Visit thir website for more information.