What is Visceral Manipulation
An intraoral massage focuses on the muscles both inside and outside of the mouth and jaw. This is a treatment targeted towards people who are experiencing headaches, migraines, jaw tension, teeth grinding, and TMJ disorder.
An intraoral massage can help reduce headaches and the discomfort associated with jaw tension, migraines, grinding teeth, injuries and strains, accidents, and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder.
What are the benefits of Visceral Manipulation
This is a treatment targeted towards people who are experiencing:
Headaches & Migraines
Postural Dysfunctions, Head Forward Posture
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disfunction.
Injuries/Strains in the Jaw
How is intraoral massage performed?
Intraoral massage is done lying face up (supine) on the table. Gloves are worn by the massage therapist when working inside the mouth for sanitation purposes. Client can still use their hands, or more specifically their fingers, to express levels of intensity by giving a rating of 1-5. This still allows communication of the client and the therapist when performing intraoral work. These muscles can be sensitive, but just like any other bodywork the therapist can adjust the pressure to make sure the client is comfortable.