Friday, 15 May 2020
Wednesday, 15 August 2018
Hi Sandra, I am an SLP working in a school district. I am looking to register for your seminar this summer, pending approval from my supervisor. I have been curious about orofacial myology therapy for quite some time and would love to learn more about it. Here are my questions: Q: Part of my current caseload
Friday, 15 December 2017
Q: Are SLP-A’s permitted to take training with you? A: Our QOM, Qualification in Orofacial Myology is going to be open to SLP-As very soon. We are making final arrangements to adjust the course to suit their permitted responsibilities and are looking forward to welcoming SLP-As along with SLPs, RDHs, DDSs and Orthodontists. We also
Sunday, 30 July 2017
Q: Can I train my employees the techniques we’ve learned in your Orofacial Myology: from Basics to Habituation course? A: No, but you can show them how to screen the patients. Then they can send them to you for full evaluation and examination. They can also learn to whom they should refer patients for barriers
Friday, 30 June 2017
Q: If you have been seeing a patients for many months or even years and then you take the intensive course, what do you tell the patient and family? How do you handle that? A: This comes up in almost every one of our 28 hour courses. We suggest you tell them that you have
Sunday, 12 May 2013
Is Myofunctional Therapy research based at all? Is there any conflict with Prompt training and orofacial myology? What is the Time frame for the program and session amount...
Thursday, 24 November 2011
38 year old female who was referred by her orthodontist -- she is getting braces in a few weeks. The issue that concerns me is that she has chronic TMJ, for which she wears a guard on her bottom teeth all the time except when eating. She experiences muscle spasms and is limited in opening her mouth wide. When closing her mouth, she jaw shifts like an "s".