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Temporo mandibular anatomy. Temporo mandibular anatomy may help you understand your facial pain, for example. TMJ exercises may help. The TMJ is a …

Facial-Flex is easy to use and has proven results in cosmetic and theutic arenas. Daily use of this clinically-proven face exercise device will help tighten and tone your face.

Whether you’re experiencing a dull ache, lingering soreness or a stabbing sensation, pain in your jaw and face can be frustrating and, in some cases, even debilitating. Your facial or jaw pain could be caused by one of numerous sources, but here are some of the common culprits. While you may think

Thank you for posting this. My son Joshua was diagnosed with low oral muscle tone, and while we do exercises with him, such as blowing, sucking on straws, and chewing Skittles, I was confused as to why these won’t really help with his speech.

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How to Treat Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) with Jaw Exercises. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) is characterized by pain, tenderness, and compromised movement of the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) and muscles of …

«Vol. 2, No. 1. Vol. 3, No. 1 » Oral Motor Institute Volume 2, Monograph No. 2, 9 April 2008 ORAL MOTOR TREATMENT vs. NON-SPEECH ORAL MOTOR EXERCISES

What are anti-snoring exercises? Snoring is caused by vibration of soft tissue and muscles that constitute the upper airways of the respiratory tract.

The very most important thing to remember is that GOPEx are just a series of very simple exercises. They are not in themselves anything magical or a means to change your habits, rather they just help and remind you of the …

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The “Survey on Oral Motor Treatment” explored the time SLPs reported spending on feeding/oral phase swallowing, orofacial myofunctional, and motor speech 27 treatment (i.e., the functional aspects of oral sensory-motor treatment).

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