I am writing 30 posts on my Facebook business page on TMJ disorder (jaw pain and dysfunction). Please like and follow my page if you are interested in this topic, either as someone who suffers from it or provides treatment (or wants to learn about treatment, ahem, dentists and hygienists).
I’ve been offering TMJ Relief sessions since 2013. I was lucky to have learned how to do intra-oral work from Ryan Hallford of Southlake, Texas (near Fort Worth). Ryan is a craniosacral therapist who also teaches internationally, and he is the creator of The Craniosacral Podcast.
I’ve also studied craniosacral techniques with the Upledger Institute, including how to work with the hard palate.
None of my TMJ sessions would be complete without some massage techniques.
I am so attracted to doing TMJ work because it so often makes a dramatic difference. One session will help your jaw move with more ease and feel more spacious. I recommend three sessions (a week to 10 days apart if possible) for lasting results.
I often never hear from people again after they’ve received three sessions. Others come back for a session only after experiencing prolonged dental work or stress. If you are interested in booking a session with me, here’s my website with online booking.
I am always interested in learning more about what works, and I look forward to researching and connecting in this area.