Allen Moses Given AACP's Haden-Stack Award
Posted on August 8, 2012
FORT WORTH, Texas, Aug. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/—Allen Moses, DDS, inventor of The Moses® oral appliance for treating snoring and sleep apnea, was awarded the Haden-Stack Award during the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP)'s 27th Annual International Clinical Symposium on July 27. The AACP created the Haden-Stack Award in 1998 to honor Dr. Jack Haden and Dr. Brendan Stacks, who have made significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge and clinical practice in the field of Craniofacial Pain (CFP) and Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD).
"[Dr. Moses] exemplifies an unselfish desire to educate others and has shown exemplary and extraordinary contributions to the advancement of knowledge and clinical practice in the diagnosis and treatment of CFP and TMD," said Dr. H. Clifton Simmons III, AACP past president and previous Haden-Stack Award recipient.
Dr. Moses holds a faculty appointment as an assistant professor at Rush University College of Medicine in the Department of Sleep Disorders and is the dental consultant in the Department of Sleep Disorders/Neurology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital Medical School, where he teaches, does research and designs oral appliances. His advancements in sleep disorders inspired Dr. Moses to create The Moses®, which is the most advanced oral appliance for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. It is the first appliance to incorporate tongue protrusion into the fundamental design.