MyoDynamics is dedicated to help individuals achieve balance within the stomatognatic system which comprises of the teeth, jaws, masticatory muscles, tongue, lips, the surrounding tissues and the nerves that control these structures need to function in harmony. Important functions of this system include breathing, chewing, swallowing, voice, singing and other postural developments. The growth and development of this complex system is extremely important and is believed to be interlinked with the good form and function of the complete individual.

We tailor individual programmes to meet the bespoke needs of an individual whether it be a young child needing to cease a noxious habit such as thumb sucking, a young person undergoing orthodontic treatment requiring support to reduce therapy duration and improve outcome/stabilty or an elderly person wanting to reduce wrinkles on the face.  Our personalised programme strive to help you reach your goals.

These therapy techniques are an integral part of a multidisciplinary approach in the diagnosis, therapy and stability of stomatognatic dysfunction. Prevention of dysfunction can be achieved through prevention, education and minimal intervention.  Myodynamics is dedicated to help educate both public and healthcare professionals in this care

Myodynamics aims to advance the practice and science of Craniofascial and Orofacial Myology in the UK.  This profession is an essential integral part of a multidisciplinary approach in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with stomatognatic dysfunction and with Craniofascial and Orofacial Myofunctional disorders (COMD).