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Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy
A Myofunctional Therapist (AKA orofacial myologist) can help identify and treat a wide array of issues known as Orofacial Myofuncitonal Disorders (OMDs), such as sleep disorders , breathing, facial development, improper tongue position and/or tongue tie, dental disease, orthodontic malocclusion, jaw and facial pain, and more .
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Mouth breathing can have many unintended consequences. Among them is abnormal facial development, increased risk of allergies, illness, and dental disease, poor sleep, and decreased physical and academic performance. If you are a mouth breather your Myofunctional Therapist can help retrain you in proper nasal breathing using the Buteyko Method.
Sleep disorders, including conditions such as sleep apnea, snoring and insomnia, can affect people at any age, and have reached epidemic proportions. Exciting research coming out of Stanford University and other research facilities, are pointing to Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (OMT) and breathing reeducation as treatment for sleep disorders.
“Breathe in. Breathe out. Move on!”