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  • Is Your Child A Mouth Breather?

    Is Your Child A Mouth Breather?

    Being called a “mouth breather” is usually seen as an insult but in medical terms, a mouth breather is simply someone who breathes through their mouth. Unfortunately, mouth breathing is... Continue reading

  • Myofunctional Therapy Research Articles

    Myofunctional Therapy Research Articles

    I attended two conferences in September this year and was thrilled to see exactly how much in-depth and ground-breaking myofunctional therapy research is being conducted at the moment. Myofunctional therapists,... Continue reading

  • Orthodontic Relapse

    Orthodontic Relapse

    Orthodontic relapse can’t really be a thing can it? Most people think that orthodontic treatment should be permanent. After all, orthodontists are highly trained professionals, and once the braces have... Continue reading

  • What Is Orofacial Myology?

    What Is Orofacial Myology?

    If I’m a myofunctional therapist who does myofunctional therapy, then what is orofacial myology, and what’s an orofacial myologist? This is a question that comes up occasionally, usually when I’m... Continue reading

  • Posture And The Tongue

    Posture And The Tongue

    Posture has become a major talking point in recent years, and for good reason. All you have to do is take a look at a crowd of people, and you’ll... Continue reading

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Children – An Experiment

    Obstructive Sleep Apnea In Children – An Experiment

    Obstructive sleep apnea in children is something that a lot people, parents included don’t take too seriously. Many of us are under the impression that obstructive sleep apnea only affects... Continue reading

  • An open mouth resting posture is a sign to look out for

    Mouth Breathing In Children

    Mouth breathing in children is something I see a lot. Not just in my practice but also when I’m out in public, at a shopping mall or at the airport... Continue reading

  • Natural, functional breathing makes a huge difference to our overall health

    What Is Buteyko Breathing?

    Buteyko breathing, (pronounced Bu-tay-ko), also known as the Buteyko Breathing Technique is a method that uses exercises to treat asthma and other breathing-related health conditions. It’s basically a way to... Continue reading

  • A Crash Course In Myofunctional Therapy

    A Crash Course In Myofunctional Therapy

    As the field of myofunctional therapy continues to grow, I get contacted by more people every month who want to find out exactly what it is that I do. The... Continue reading

  • Facial Development And Chewing

    Facial Development And Chewing

    Children need to chew! It’s a fundamental part of growing up and is key to optimal cranial and facial development. One of the best resources explaining why chewing is so... Continue reading