Become Certified as an Intraoral TMJ Massage Therapist
Intraoral TMJ with Precision level 1
Learn an effective and respectful way to treat the temporomandibular joint INTRAORALLY.
Become confident and expand your practice. Great referral opportunities with this growing demand.
Offer a new and specialized service to your clients.
Gain precision and solid foundation with reviewing the anatomy and mechanics of the jaw.
Learn to palpate the challenging soft tissue and joint components to ensure precise treatment.
Learn the factors involved in various pathologies and evaluation strategies.
Incorporate the new techniques into your practice and how to access this niche clientele.
Intraoral TMJ with Precision level 2 (Pre requisite Level 1)
Review advanced regional anatomy, joint mechanics and relationship between the jaw and cervical spine.
Learn new hands-on techniques for muscles of mastication, anterior neck (supra and infrahyoids) and joint structures.
Take your assessment skill to a new level as lots of time is allocated to assessment review and case studies.
Gain expertise to offer a new and specialized service to your clients.
Advance your palpation skills to identify with confidence challenging soft tissue and joint components.
Learn the the factors involved in various pathologies and evaluation strategies.
Gain comfort and confidence with lots of hand-on practice
Build confidence with assessment review and case studies.
As of 2019, there will be two options for students participating in our certification programs.
Students can take our classes and receive an attendance certificate. They will still receive the allotted amount of credits specified by their association and do not need to complete an exam.
Students can write an exam at the end of each class. If they pass all exams, then they will receive a final certificate stating that they completed all requirements to be a ‘Certified Therapist’.
Who should take this massage therapy course?
Registered massage therapists
Massage therapy graduates
Massage therapy students (second-year massage students once you have completed pathology)