Posts Tagged ‘lisp’

I am 20 years old and have a tongue thrust

Hi, I am 20 years old and have a tongue thrust. I have problems speaking at times, like a slight lisp, or it feels like my tongue is heavy and gets tied up. I was on your website and I would like to know if you have the tongue thrust therapy available to purchase on line?

Should OFM disorder should be treated

Some orofacial disorders for some people should be ignored for a period of time or maybe forever.

Is 3 too young?

Is 3 years old too young to start seeing kids for an obvious tongue thrust and do kids ever outgrow a tongue thrust?

How important is it that I get my orofacial myology disorder treated?

You ask a very important question and as with most things, there are a lot of questions I’d have to ask before giving you a good answer.

Carryover reminder for lip closure

I have a client that I have worked with for about a year – for some time he seemed that he was almost ready to graduate.  I have worked with him on his lisp and his major tongue thrust.  He is now in 4th grade, and I think we have hit a plateau.  I think […]

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