Helping alleviate TMJ pain, achieve better Sleep, and improve overall Health.
Have you struggled with finding a solution to improve your sleep quality or alleviate jaw pain and other discomforts? If so, don't worry, you're not alone. I'm here to help. Did you know that correcting your facial muscles could be the key to better sleep and alleviating jaw pain, neck and shoulder tension, and improved overall body health?
TREATMENT FOR JAW/FACIAL PAIN OR TMJ/D
TMJ disorder or TMD involves problems with the jaw and the muscles that control jaw movement. These problems can result in pain in your jaw joint as well as difficulty or discomfort when biting, chewing, speaking, or yawning.People suffering from TMD experience symptoms that limit their quality of life. Myofunctional Therapy focuses on correcting poor oral habits that contribute to jaw pain. It includes a series of noninvasive, nonsurgical, and reversible procedures that correct the alignment of the muscles of the mouth, face, and jaws.
At MYOLAVITA, we succesfully have helped many people get jaw pain relief.
Treatment For Sleep Apnea/Snoring
Although there are various invasive treatment methods for sleep apnea, such as CPAP, mandibular advancement devices, etc., perhaps the most effective and comfortable treatment is myofunctional therapy. It is a series of simple yet functional exercises that target the muscles of the tongue and face that help with biting, chewing, swallowing, etc.Myofunctional therapy has been used by sleep specialists for many years now, owing to its effectiveness in improving breathing patterns and facilitating better sleep.
Treatment for Mouth Breathing
Mouth breathing is when you breathe primarily through the mouth. This can be caused by an obstruction in the nasal passages. It can also be caused by an obstruction in the throat, such as enlarged tonsils, adenoids, tongue muscles.
Myofunctional therapy focuses on correcting the oral habits that are causing breathing problems.
Myofunctional therapy is a series of exercises you can do at home. We teach you to control your facial muscles and tongue. These exercises retrain the muscles in your mouth and jaw and help you breathe through your nose.
Treatments for Tongue-Tie
Myofunctional therapy helps strengthen the muscles of the tongue and helps to strengthen the surrounding oral muscles as well.
Complying with the treatment and the strengthening techniques will provide significant relief from the tongue-tie even before you have a frenectomy. In fact, as you carry out the therapy for a few days, you will experience significant improvement in your speech, better swallowing, and improved tongue movement.
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Receive Customized Plan
60-90 minute ZOOM call.
Deep dive from the day you were born to your current symptoms.To help get to the root cause of why you are having dysfunction in the muscles of the face, head, neck and tongue.Evaluate compensations and how your body has been working around your symptoms.
Put the Plan in action:
Personalized client-based program! Our 6-8 month program is designed to meet your unique needs and goals. You'll receive customized PDF instructions with easy-to-follow exercises that will help you achieve your desired results. Our 45-minute sessions will take place every 2 weeks, and we'll work together to your success. Let's get started!
Since being diagnosed with TMD, I have struggled with pain and headaches for the past 15 years. I have tried everything out there from different devices to Botox. My doctor recommended Myofucntional therapy with Vita to balance my facial muscles. Since doing the therapy I noticed a big difference and my pain has subsided. Vita is very knowledgeable and dedicated to her patients. She will help you and guide you to a pain-free life.
Vita Zhylyak, Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist
Chronic fatigue resulting from disrupted sleep, persistent jaw and neck tension, pain, anxiety, and irregular breathing can contribute to decreased quality of life.
Relying on guesswork for progress, a common approach for many, often leads to failure. However, following someone who has already done it can show you the way for success. I have been there, I have done that, and I’d love to show you the way.