The physiotherapist requires a high-capacity college degree. Where a deep knowledge of human anatomy is required to treat people’s physical and mechanical problems.
GBCOM physiotherapist, Inés Caballer Casas, offers a proven and extensive experience in the treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pathologies, craniomandibular dysfunctions, and orofacial pain.
Her communication with the surgery department is constant. This helps to have a multidisciplinary approach to patients and reduce the postoperative discomfort caused by orthognathic surgery, recovering the flexibility, sensitivity, and function of the tendons, nerves, fascia, and facial and oral muscles.
“My clinical activity requires direct contact with patients, my responsibility is to treat their ailments and guarantee their safety with proper sterilization of my hands, my main work tool.”
Inés Caballer Casas
- Degree in Physiotherapy from EUEF Blanquerna, Ramón Llull University, Barcelona.
- Advanced Qualification in treating craniocervical and temporomandibular disorders and facial pain.
- Postgraduate degree in muscle chains according to the Léopold Busquet method.
- Physiotherapist in the GBCOM team since 2004.
- Member of the Spanish Society for Temporomandibular Dysfunction and Orofacial Pain (SEDCYDO) since 2003.
- Registration number 291 at the Official Association of Physiotherapists of the Balearic Islands.
- MAPFRE Foundation Prize for Traumatic Pathology, awarded by the Balearic Islands Royal Academy of Medicine for the work entitled “Reconstruction of the temporomandibular joint using personalised prostheses”.