Intraoral Massage

Intraoral work is yet another massage treatment to help common problems but in a slightly different way – through your mouth. Intraoral massage is done internally and externally, working on jaw, neck, and cheek muscles. The work is gentle, done a little at a time, at your tolerance. The mouth is one of the most tender places to massage so working slowly is the best option. Intraoral work can be included in a regular massage or be a separate treatment all to itself. As with any massage treatment I provide, I tailor it to what you as a client need. If you have limitations due to trauma or physiology we work within those restrictions.

The following are a few (but not all) of the conditions that can be treated with intraoral massage:

  • Jaw Pain
  • Mouth Pain
  • TMJD
  • Headaches
  • Grinding
  • Jaw Clicking/Popping
  • Facial Trauma etc
  • Neck Pain

Intraoral massage is another form of injury treatment so many of the things that apply to treatment apply here as well, please check that page for things not covered here. And of course if you are wondering if intraoral massage should become a part of your treatment and aren’t sure please feel free to ask!