Training program

dr Anna Regner

„Moją misją jest wspieranie i wspomaganie w trudnym procesie rehabilitacyjnym związanym z odzyskiwaniem utraconych funkcji na skutek wad genetycznych, zaburzeń układu nerwowego oraz uszkodzeń i urazów po wypadkach.”

~ Anna Regner

Author’s training program

The training is led by Ph. D. Anna Regner – Academic teacher, Speech therapist

International therapist based on neurophysiological  methods:

  • Castillo Morales
  • Cranio sacral (TCS)
  • Sensory Inegration (SI)
  • Orofacial pain relief techniques
  • Peter Walker’s baby massage

Module 1. – Sensomotor therapy and correction of orofacial dysfunction.

Orofaciale therapy is a training focused on neurosensomotor developmental therapy of the whole body, with particular emphasis on the orofacial area.

Training program – Module 1.

Objectives: Practical skills in using manual techniques to correct facial features and reduce pain.

Theoretical part:

  1. Presentation of general goals of orofacial therapy
  2. Discuss basic issues related to the bone, muscle and nervous system of the orofacial

Practical part:

  1. Manual techniques to regulate the muscle tension of the whole body (use of rhythmical movements and vibration).
  2. Sensory integration of basic senses affecting facial and facial features.
  3. Selected breathing exercises that regulate the inspiratory and expiratory phases.
  4. Exercise of selected techniques to correct swallowing, suction, chewing and chewing dysfunctions.
  5. Muscle tension regulation in the temporomandibular joints – manual exercises (opening and clousing mouth).
  6. The hand and foot training that improve the functioning of the orofacial area.

Module 2. – Oralfacial manipulation and pain reduce techniques.

Training program – Module 2.

Objective: Practical skills in using manual techniques to correct facial features and reduce pain.


  1. Reminder of anatomical bases of the face and skull (bone, muscular, nervous).
  2. Manual techniques used in orofacial therapy.
  3. Stimulation of Impaired cranial nerve function.
  4. Adjustment of the dysfunction between the bones of the face.
  5. The facial muscles massage.
  6. Explanation and proper localization speech organs like proper tongue position (keep the tongue back, vertical position, lateral position).
  7. Support the orofacial functions of eating, drinking, reduce drooling.
  8. Mobilisation of mandible- lateralisation, protrusion, closing and opening mouth. Jaw control – correct, symmetrical alignment of Lower and Upper jaw.
  9. Intraoral exercises (inside the mouth)- gums, hard and soft palate activation.
  10. Selected techniques for reduce pain in the orofacial area.
dr Anna Regner