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How We Do It

We harness the power of Orofacial Exercise therapy, incorporating effective Manual Therapy concepts to gently stretch, strengthen, and relax the intricate network of facial muscles including the tongue. Through targeted exercises and techniques, we provide comprehensive care to enhance facial muscle function, promote optimal oral health, and achieve overall well-being.

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Myofunctional Therapy

Myofunctional therapy plays a crucial role in facial rehabilitation by addressing and improving the function and coordination of the tongue & facial muscles involved in facial expression. 

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Neuromuscular Reeducation

Neuromuscular reeducation plays a crucial role in facial rehabilitation by helping to restore proper muscle control, coordination, and function through targeted exercises and techniques.

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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy plays a beneficial role in facial rehabilitation by promoting relaxation, improving circulation, and relieving tension in the facial muscles, which can aid in restoring optimal function and reducing discomfort.

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Myofascial / Scar Release

Myofascial release plays a significant role in facial rehabilitation by releasing tension and restoring flexibility in the facial muscles and fascia, promoting improved movement and reducing pain or discomfort.

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Decongestive Therapy

Decongestive therapy plays a vital role in facial rehabilitation by reducing swelling, improving lymphatic drainage, and enhancing overall facial function and appearance.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is an effective technique used in facial rehabilitation to release tight knots or trigger points in the muscles, relieving pain and restoring optimal muscle function.

Integrative Orofacial Functional Medicine & Recovery

Integrative Orofacial Functional Medicine & Recovery

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