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Learn How to Relieve Head & Jaw Pain From Home

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"Self Help to Relieve Head, Neck, & Jaw Pain" Online Course

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  • $80.00

    Unlimited access price for "Self Help to Relieve Head, Neck & Jaw Pain"

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Get relief when you need it most!

Self help course to relieve head, neck & jaw pain

  • Save time

    No missed time off work and no travel hassles.

  • Save money

    No co-pays or insurance red tape. In fact, this online course costs less than one office visit.

  • Relieve pain

    Get relief when you need it most from the comfort of your home or office.

  • Doctor approved

    Many doctors acknowledge the importance of treating muscle pain but often lack time or expertise to treat muscle pain.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to the course and meet your TMJ

    • Introduction to the course and meet your TMJ

    • Disclaimer

  • 2

    Muscle pain patterns and alignment

    • Main class handout

    • Trigger points & pain patterns

    • Alignment

  • 3

    Massage, stretching, & stabilization

    • Massage and stretching techniques

    • Stabilizing joints and engaging muscles for increased mobility

  • 4

    Airway and habits relating to pain

    • The link between airway and pain

    • Identifying bad habits that cause pain

  • 5

    When you need a professional

    • Other professionals you might need on your team

  • 6

    Wrap up

    • It's a wrap!

    • Additional resources PDF

  • 7

    Feedback

    • Course feedback survey

Instructor(s)

Licensed Massage Therapist

Katie Pudhorodsky

I'm the massage therapist who treats and educates the public on head, neck, & jaw pain (TMD). The dental and myofunctional community refer to me to address soft tissue pain and dysfunction of the craniofacial area. Since licensure in 2002 I’ve assisted at a massage therapy school and continuing education program both teaching neuromuscular therapy. My training in this field even included a physical therapy level class for TMD. TX LMT #104926

Testimonials

Grateful to Katie

Traci C.

The first thing you'll notice about Katie is how passionate she is about helping you through TMJ and other pain! She really knows her stuff, and she breaks it down for you in easy-to-understand bits. She gives you the tools and inspiration you need to find some relief, and I'm so grateful for her!

She did what my ENT couldn't!

Sarah R.

I came to Katie because of exploding headaches starting in my eyes. She found a neck muscle was sending pain into my face and ears. Katie taught me how to stretch that muscle and stabilize my upper neck to reduce the pain. I didn’t think massage could address the long history of ear issues I’ve had since I was a kid. She did what my ENT couldn’t!

Thanks for the neck help

Sallie A.

I have very painful arthritis in my neck as well as fusions on C 5&6. I see Katie for hands on massage and attended her in person class. She is more knowledgeable than anyone I have ever had work on me. The photos she uses in her course helped me understand what changes I should be making.

That's where my tongue should be!?!

Gail M.

I had no idea where my tongue should be positioned in my mouth until I took Katie's course! Her tips helped me address some of my clenching habit. I learned so much from Katie's course about the causes of my jaw and neck pain and how to relieve it. Extremely helpful.

The work helped my headaches!

Hunter R.

When I first started seeing Katie, I had regular headaches around the temple area, pain in my right jaw joint, and felt ringing in my ears. Katie was able to identify what muscles were causing the pain and worked on those areas to relieve the tension. She showed me how to do some simple self-massage exercises to do at home to prevent headaches. In a short time, my headaches subsided and I even noticed my bite started evening out again.