top of page

Dentist Massage

Career Longevity 

Dentist frequently have to maintain awkward positions for extended periods of time, which can lead to muscle fatigue, tension, and pain.

Medical massage  can  reduce inflammation , promote tissue repair for Dentists ,Orthodontists, Dental Hygienists ,Dental Assistants , Dental Lab Technicians , Dental Office Managers who may experience neck, shoulder, and back pain due to their work posture &  promote longevity in their careers.
"Dental massage" , :Dentist massage' , "Neuromuscular therapy for dentists" , "Dental professionals massage", "Massage therapy for dental hygienists" ,"Shoulder pain relief for dentists" , "Trigger point therapy for dental work", "Low back pain relief for dentists' , "Massage for dental assistants" , "Massage for dental lab technicians"

most common trigger points for dentists are:

What is Neuromuscular Massage?

Neuromuscular massage is a specialized technique that targets the soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments, to promote relaxation, alleviate pain, and improve overall mobility. The treatment is based on the neuromuscular system, which involves the nerves, muscles, and the central nervous system. By manipulating these systems, a neuromuscular massage therapist can relieve tension and pain, improve circulation, and promote healing.

Welcome to OC Pain Relief & Bodywork Dentist Massage, where we specialize in neuromuscular massage therapy for dental professionals. Our mission is to provide pain relief and increase career longevity for Dentists, Orthodontists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants, Dental Lab Technicians, and Dental Office Managers.

Dental professionals spend most of their time in static positions & are at high risk of developing musculoskeletal pain and injuries due to the prolonged and repetitive postures required during dental procedures. These conditions can greatly impact work productivity and career longevity in the long run. That's where OC Pain Relief & Bodywork Dentist Massage comes in. With over 11 years of experience, our licensed massage therapist, Tiffany Sandoval, has successfully provided pain relief using neuromuscular massage techniques to manage pain and prevent injuries, increase comfort and efficiency during work, ultimately allowing dental professionals to continue their practice without interruption.

The most commonly used muscles in the dental field are those in the neck, shoulders, and back, as these areas are under strain due to the nature of the work. Repetitive use injuries in the dental field can include carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, and trigger finger, among others.  Therapeutic massage can help give dental professionals longevity in their careers by:

  1. Alleviating muscle tension and pain in the neck, shoulders, and back.

  2. Improving circulation and lymphatic drainage to promote tissue repair and reduce inflammation.

  3. Reducing stress and promoting relaxation, which can enhance mental clarity and focus.

  4. Improving joint mobility and range of motion to prevent or reduce the risk of developing chronic pain or injuries.

  5. Addressing imbalances in the body and restoring proper alignment, which can help prevent injuries and promote overall physical health and wellbeing.

We understand the importance of maintaining a healthy and pain-free body, especially in a profession where physical demands are high. Our goal is to provide the best possible care to help you achieve optimal physical health and longevity in your career.

We would be honored to work with  your Dental Practice to provide quality neuromuscular massage therapy services. Please feel free to contact us to schedule an appointment or to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.

At OC Pain Relief & Bodywork Dentist Massage, we are dedicated to providing pain relief and promoting a healthy work environment for dental professionals. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

How Can Neuromuscular Massage Benefit Dental Professionals?

As mentioned earlier, dental professionals spend most of their time in static positions, such as sitting or standing, which can lead to chronic pain and injuries. For instance, dentists may suffer from neck and shoulder pain due to the prolonged periods of holding the head in one position, while dental hygienists may experience wrist and hand pain from repetitive motions.

Neuromuscular massage can alleviate these pains and prevent injuries by increasing blood flow, which helps to relax the muscles and reduce inflammation. The treatment can also improve range of motion, flexibility, and posture, which are crucial for dental professionals who spend hours in the same position.

Moreover, neuromuscular massage can also have a positive impact on mental health. Chronic pain can lead to depression and anxiety, and reducing pain levels can improve mood and decrease stress levels.

How to Incorporate Neuromuscular Massage into Dental Practice?

Dental professionals can incorporate neuromuscular massage into their practice by working with a licensed massage therapist who specializes in this technique. The therapist can provide on-site massages during breaks or after work hours, allowing dental professionals to reap the benefits of the treatment without interrupting their practice.

Another way to incorporate neuromuscular massage is by encouraging patients to seek this type of therapy if they suffer from dental-related pain or discomfort. Dental professionals can refer patients to a licensed neuromuscular massage therapist, who can provide tailored treatment plans to alleviate pain and improve overall well-being.

soft tissue_edited.jpg


Your customized massage session combines Medical Massage , Lymph Drainage, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release , Energywork & Stretch Therapy . There is no additional charge for add-on services such as: cupping, blading, heat therapy (Infrared Sauna / Hot stones), aromatherapy, percussion &/or compression therapy . As a Medically based practice tipping is not accepted leaving a review is the best complement. Lets get you out of pain & back to enjoying your life faster.

bottom of page