Wednesday, 15 October 2014
I am starting a new private practice and I’m looking for a good oral mechanism exam checklist. Do you have one or know of a place that would have one? Thanks, S Hi S, Congratulations on starting up a practice. Being that I have focused on orofacial myology for so many years, my eval is
Saturday, 12 October 2013
There are dozens of hospitals, universities, clinics and individuals worldwide who have purchased and who use the Myo Manual program. Not all of them have taken my course.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
I'm seriously considering purchasing your manual until I can get to one of your courses. I almost feel guilty not being able to provide a more comprehensive treatment than I am. Do you think it is a good idea to buy it ahead of time?
Thursday, 10 May 2012
The boy only sucks his tongue at night per mom. He had his adenoids out at 3 and sucked a pacifier until 2. He doesn't suck anything besides his tongue now and does not use a sippy cup. He does have an open bite though. Do you have any experience with this or could you give me any pointers?
Thursday, 29 March 2012
Is there a minimum age to start therapy for orofacial myology disorders? The pictures and examples in the Myo Manual all show children who are about 7 years or older.
Thursday, 08 March 2012
I was wondering if there are specific exercises that should be done post-frenectomy to avoid scar tissue from forming.
Thursday, 29 December 2011
I noticed as well that I tend to keep my mouth partially open when I get distracted. I was researching the internet and I saw a video and found the website. I think your kit could be a good idea. Is it possible to do it on my own, just from the manual?
Thursday, 02 June 2011
I have a quick question for you, I just evaluated a patient who presents with 'tongue sucking' during the evening. Mom has attempted to stop this using different pillows, smells (bleach, etc.), due to the increase of 'sucking patterns' that occur at nighttime when she is comforted.