Myofunctional Disorder Resources
Information for Medical Professionals and Families
This page is a resource guide to help medical professionals and families better understand the root causes of obstructive sleep apnea and sleep-breathing disorders. Parents and adults will also have help understanding tongue ties and their effects on mouth breathing, snoring, and the need for braces (orthodontic work).
The following information provides resources that show how myofunctional therapy can address issues of adults and children and shares evidence-based research about the services I provide. As an authority in the myofunctional therapy field and the airway, I am here to help you gather information regarding myofunctional disorders, sleep apnea, mouth breathing, and tongue ties.
Sleep breathing disorders should be evaluated before diagnosing attention deficit disorders.
Checking for sleep issues in children with attention deficit disorder.
People who mouth breath have weaker chewing muscles.
Can mouth breathing decreased facial muscle strength?
Myofunctional therapy is needed after tonsil removal.
How myofunctional therapy helps people with continuous positive airway pressure.
Myofunctional therapy is a great adjunctive treatment for obstructive sleep apnea.
Tongue tie release paired with myofunctional therapy is safe and effective to help with mouth breathing and sleep breathing disorders.
Myofunctional therapy may be able to improve sleep.
How to measure for a tongue tie
Myofunctional therapy can help open bites.
Myofunctional therapy can help stregthen facial muscles
Research that shows the root cause of attention defecit disorders may be sleep breathing disorders
Lip and tongue tie releases paired with myofunctional therapy maybe able to reduce snoring
Research that shows myofunctional therapy paired with a tongue tie release is safe and effective.
Myofunctional therapy can help reduce obstructive sleep apnea.
Research shows myofunctional therapy maybe able to improve sleep apnea.
Research shows myofunctional therapy may be able to help with sleep apnea.
How myofunctional therapy can help people with a tongue thrust
Myofunctional therapy helps children with a tongue thrust.
Should you fix a tonue thrust before going into braces?
How do we diagnose a tongue tie and how does myofunctional therapy help improve the results of a tongue tie release.
How can you tell if you have a tongue tie.
A tongue tie can change the shape of the soft palate.
How to tell the difference between a tongue tie at the front and back of the tongue.
Tongue tie release helps snoring, mouth breathing and sleep apnea.