TMJ Clinics Australia is offering the opportunity to join our multidisciplinary clinic and earn while you learn! Our Canberra and Newcastle clinic is now hiring.
TMJ Clinics Australia has changed the way TMJ is managed. Our multidisciplinary environment has input from dentists, physiotherapists, surgeons, and medical specialists. Patients are assessed and managed with the whole patient in mind, with access to psychologists, acupuncturists, and pain specialists when needed.
One-on-one TMJ-specific training is provided as well as case support and multidisciplinary review for all patients. The position involves the diagnosis and treatment of TMJ disorders, sleep devices, and participation in MDT meetings. There is some limited flexibility in working days.
Our interns complete their training to become competent in all areas of TMJ diagnosis and dental management. They are equipped to enter other training programs or general practice with an excellent functional knowledge of TMJ disease and its management.
Skills and experience
Join us if you have a:
ABSOLUTELY no TMJ experience is required. We will teach you full-time for the first 4 weeks everything you need to become an excellent TMJ clinician and then support you with weekly MDT meetings, daily colleague support, and monthly continuing education.
Terms of employment
This is a salaried (pro rata) position commencing in January 2024 with a 13-month contract completing on 1 Feb 2025
The role is 2-3 days per week 9-5 (weekdays only).
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Please email Christina at email@example.com if you have any further questions.
TMJ Clinics has created a new gold standard for temporomandibular joint disorder treatment, in an affordable and accessible environment. Our clinicians will tailor a plan specifically for you. They will consider your medical history, your clinical findings, and your previous experiences, to devise a plan that has the best chance of relieving your pain quickly, and preventing more damage in the future. Treatment options we offer for temporomandibular joint disorder patients include: Physiotherapy, Botox, Dry Needling and Splints.