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Online Myofunctional TherapyTo find out more about working with me or one of my associate or student therapists, please fill in the contact form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can. I’d love to have a chat and find out more about how I can help you.

I see patients from all over the world online using Skype and Zoom, and they get great results from their treatment. Online myofunctional therapy makes it easy and convenient to get the treatment program you or your family needs from the comfort of your home.

I’m happy to answer any questions you have about myofunctional therapy and how I see my patients online. I’m also available for speaking engagements and interviews. So please feel free to contact me!

If you’re a dental hygienist, dentist, orthodontist, physical therapist, natural doctor or any kind of health professional, and you’d like to find out more about how to incorporate myofunctional therapy into your practice, or to become a myofunctional therapist yourself, we can chat about that too!

Please note that if you’re under 18 years of age, I won’t be able to see you online or to provide any advice. You’ll need to get your parents to contact me.

Mailing Address: 4742 42nd Ave SW, #227, Seattle, WA 98116

 

 
 

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  10. I have a question regarding the posterior third of the tongue. There are two positions I can hold with my tongue, and I am not sure which is correct. The difference between the two is in one of the positions my airway is completely blocked. If I am being unclear, you can breathe in and try to trap that air in your throat. A part of the back of your tongue will meet the top of your mouth to trap that air in. In that position, holding the tongue there, I cannot breathe at all. Is this position correct or am I simply blocking my airway in a way I am not supposed to.

     

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