The jaw is the key structure for adequate oral movement. If the jaw is not doing what it is supposed to do, then the lips and tongue cannot function appropriately. This program bySara Rosenfeld-Johnson, MS, CCC-SLPstudies the importance of jaw function for whole-body sensory organization, feeding safety, elimination of oral habits (teeth grinding, tongue/finger suckling, pacifiers), and speech clarity. Easy-to-follow exercises are explained to both diagnose and treat jaw disorders.The program includes a soft cover book and a complete tool kit to apply the therapy techniques, all in a convenient and sturdy carrying case.
Vestibulum curae torquent diam diam commodo parturient penatibus nunc dui adipiscing convallis bulum parturient suspendisse parturient a.Parturient in parturient scelerisque nibh lectus quam a natoque adipiscing a vestibulum hendrerit et pharetra fames nunc natoque dui.