muscles and fascia involved with chewing and jaw clenching


and diagnosis of root cause of dysfunction and next steps for treatment and program needs


and relieves tension pain in jaw, by the ears, forehead, back of head, neck and shoulders.


clicking or popping of jaw, clenching/bruxism, lockjaw, and limited mouth open range.


Manual technique that works on the muscles in and around the mouth.


releasing restrictions allows the fascia and muscle to relax and let go of tension in the jaw

Therapy for the mouth, that's good for the face

Creating individual therapies for all ages to improve your breathing, facial development & posture for life.

benefits of

Clincal Oral Facial Massage

The Clinical Oral Facial Massage is an innovative modality derived from myofascial release which opens the fascia under the tongue, relieves facial tension, balances the TMJ, opens the sinuses intra and extra - orally while combining nasal breathing techniques to increase N2O intake and help in relieving migraines. 

TMJ Dysfunction

Jaw pain can interfere with eating and sleeping and lead to headaches and tension in jaw, head and neck. COFM targets those muscles Intra Orally to help with symptoms such as clenching or difficulty chewing or closing the jaw.

Manual Trigger Point Therapy

The COFM uses manual trigger point therapy combined with massage therapy allowing muscles to move into a more positive position.

Pre- and Post-Frenectomy

COFM is not only used for patients that have discomfort but for all patients from infants to adults for pre- and post-Frenectiomies to support faster healing and long-term effects.

CASE STUDY: Clinical oral Facial Massage

Initial Visit: Jeremy: Age 40 yo

First COFM and Breathing

After 2nd COFM, Breathing and 1 Myo Session



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