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Calendar of Events

The Body and the Bite I

The position of the body can affect occlusion and in turn occlusion can direct the position of the body. Join us as we explore the emerging field of Respiratory Neurodontics and clarify the powerful difference between airway and airflow. Realize the great power dentists have over the body to optimize overall health and eliminate dysfunction and pain. This journey will transform how you view your craft.


Los Angeles, CA  - Mar 21 - 23, 2024

Houston, TX  -  Oct 10 - 12, 2024


Gait and Grounding

Applied Integration Academy's flagship biomechanics course offers a groundbreaking introduction to analyzing human movement through an interdisciplinary, whole-body approach. This innovative course examines a wide range of movement patterns and provides treatment strategies to address the spectrum of possibilities. Join us to gain a better understanding of patterned movement behaviors for the asymmetric human.


Salem, OR  -  June 21 - 22, 2024

Tampa, Florida  -  Sept 20 - 21, 2024

San Diego, CA  -  Dec 6 - 7, 2024


The Body and the Sight

Optometrists, dentists, and movement specialists will learn how they can collaborate to improve patients' pain, function and wellness by addressing vision, dental alignment, and body mechanics together. Learn how the power of AIA Vision® principles can free up the body, the cranium, and the tongue to achieve desirable movement patterns. Learn when an optometric intervention is needed to address the visual systems’ performance limitations.


Houston, TX  -  August 23 - 24, 2024


The Body and the Bite II

The second installment in the Body and Bite series delves deeper into Respiratory Neurodontics, explaining the rationale behind specific ALF designs and approaches to PADA. Using patient case studies, we examine how to reconcile the Spectrum of Patterns with potential treatments, collaborate effectively with AIA-trained movement specialists, determine when an interdisciplinary approach is beneficial, and develop optimized treatment plans.


Houston, TX  - TBA


PADA Fab Lab

This is a interactive, hands-on PADA fabrication and application laboratory experience. This encounter will help dentists hone their skills in prescribing, fabricating, fitting, adjusting, and applying the principles of movement patterns using the Pattern Altering Dental Appliance (PADA). The program builds on "The Body and the Bite I" by diving deeper into the neurological  integration process by the interdisciplinary team.


Houston, TX  -  August 22 - 24, 2024

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