Regarding One of the Myo Manual Orofacial Myology Exercises in Phase 1
Monday, 30 September 2019
Hi Sandra Hope you are doing well. I have a question regarding one of the Myo Manual exercises in Phase 1. During the posterior tongue release (with suction) you mention there is a “squishy” sound. I’m working with my first clients and they seem to be doing the orofacial myology exercises correctly but I do
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Are some of the Orofacial Myology treatment approaches and methods more suitable for RDHs, DDSs, or SLPs?
Sunday, 15 October 2017
Q: Are some of the treatment approaches and methods more suitable for RDHs, DDSs, or SLPs? A: No, orofacial myology treatment protocol is the same for all of those who have been trained in our courses. Since we do not delve deeply into areas outside of solid orofacial myology preparation in the 28 hour course,
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I am 20 years old and have a tongue thrust, speech problem
Monday, 02 September 2013
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?
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Tongue thrust and oral cavity size
Saturday, 16 June 2012
As the above-mentioned article explains, there is a difference between an anterior interdental rest posture of the tongue, and a thrust. Thrusting itself is now viewed as an adaptation to rather than a cause of malocclusion while an anterior rest posture has a strong link to the development of maintenance of some malocclusions.
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Should Orofacial Myology disorder should be treated
Thursday, 26 April 2012
Some orofacial disorders for some people should be ignored for a period of time or maybe forever.
My main concern is having an income while doing this…
Thursday, 20 October 2011
My main concern is having an income while doing this. Doing OM part time in addition to dental hygiene, what kind of income is reasonable? I know there are many variables but I can't find any info about that online.
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