Orofacial Myology & Nutrition
Craniofascial Orofacial Myology is a discipline that studies and educates the resting postures and the functional patterns of the muscles in the orofacial complex (mouth and facial). The functional patterns and resting postures of the complex may disrupt normal dental and skeletal development which may also influence full body posture.
Postural and functional patterns involving the lips and tongue are associated with the development of the cranial (skull) bones and dentition, especially the eruption patterns and/or alignment of the teeth and jaws, therefore any dysfunction of patterns and/or posture may potentially result in dental malocclusion (misalignment), imbalance in the cranial bones and subsequent effect on full body posture and cosmetic problems.
Orofacial Myology Programmes Available but no limited to:-
- Resting postures and functional patterns of the lips and tongue (Such as Tongue Thrust, chewing, swallowing and speech)
- Thumb, finger and dummy sucking
- Biting habits (nails, lips, cheeks)
- Tongue-tie (frenum)
- Asymmetrical lip and facial appearance and movement
- TMJ (Jaw) pain and dysfunction
- Breathing issue
- Sleep beauty
The O Clinic is working in conjunction with MyoDynamics. For more information, please visit MyoDynamics.