Patient and Professional Resources

We believe that including the patients, professionals and family as part of our team is crucial to a successful treatment strategy.  Below you will find resources such as videos, articles, graphics, presentations and documents that will help you understand what we do and how you can actively participate in your health. 

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Therapy for Cerebral Palsy

A cerebral palsy diagnosis can be devastating for a family. When you have a normal pregnancy, you expect a normal delivery and a healthy bab

Lingual and Maxillary Labial Frenuloplasty with Myofunctional Therapy as a Treatment for Mouth Breathing and Snoring

Short lingual frenulum as a risk factor for sleep-disordered breathing in school-age children

In the present study, an association of short lingual frenulum with SDB, as expressed by a positive Sleep Clinical Record, has been demonstrated.

The Importance of Breathing

Breathing is one of the most important and most “instant” of all the vital functions of the body #and
yet the understanding of it, let alone the correction and therapeutic use of it, in complementary
medicine is far from su!cient. The aim of this article is to shed light on some of the confusing issues
about respiration.

Airway Management in Restorative Dentistry

Approaches to sleep apnea continue to evolve

TMD Explained

Pain is your brain's way of telling you that something is wrong. It is like a 'check engine' light that pops up in your car; it's telling yo


Because a tongue-tie in children is rarely treated, I see a lot of ankyloglossia in adults. By the time I see this in adult patients, years

Upper Airway Changes After Orthodontic Extraction Treatment in Adults: A Preliminary Study Using Cone Beam Computed Tomography

Whether the orthodontic treatment with premolar extraction and maximum anchorage in adults will lead to a narrowed upper airway remains under debated. The study aims to investigate the airway changes after orthodontic extraction treatment in adult patients with Class II and hyper divergent skeletal malocclusion.

The Hazards of Heavy Breathing


Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Regional Cerebral Blood Oxygenation Changes During Breath Holding

Recently, noninvasive MRI methods have been developed that are now capable of detecting and mapping regional hemodynamic responses to various stress tests, which involve the use of vasoactive substances such as acetazolamide or inhalation of carbon dioxide. The aim of this study was to assess regional cerebral blood oxygenation changes during breath holding at 1.5 T.

About Good Breathing

Good breathing is all about efficiency and effectiveness, but what is efficiency and effectiveness in breathing? To make this clear, we can compare breathing to eating: If we eat too much of the wrong kinds of food, we will get bloated and out of shape; and if we eat healthy foods in the right amounts, we will become fitter and stronger.

Guppy after posterior Tongue Tie Release

This is an integral part of the TummyTime!™ Method. It is a Highly therapeutic way to relieve neck tension and promote optimal tongue and po

Is Your Tongue Causing Your Health Problems?

Ever wonder what organ really controls our body? Most assume it is the heart. The heart pumps blood to the lungs, which is needed to breath

Tongue-tie in Adults

Because a tongue-tie in children is rarely treated, I see a lot of ankyloglossia in adults. By the time I see this in adult patients, years and decades of adaption have occurred. Therapists will very o!en and repeatedly treat the symptoms of a tongue-tie, for example, a degenerative neck, without addressing the causative circumstances.

Sleep Apnoea and Breathing Retraining

This report analyses information from a survey on breathing retraining in relation to sleep apnoea, conducted in 2010 on behalf of the Buteyko Institute of Breathing and Health (BIBH). The aim of the BIBH survey was to determine how effective the Buteyko Institute Method (BIM) of breathing retraining is for clients suffering from sleep apnoea. Information obtained from this survey was based on the experiences of Buteyko Institute practitioners and covered over 11,000 clients with sleep apnoea who had been taught the method.

Buteyko breathing method

Tongue-Ties and Sleep Issues (and More!)

Tongue Ties, Restricted Fascia and Mouth Breathing

A great conversation with Dr. Zaghi and Kelley Richardson regarding tongue ties, restricted fascia (or frenulums), and mouth breathing.

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