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Assessing & Correcting Breathing & Orofacial Muscle Dysfunction for Ages 5 & Up

What Are Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders?

Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMDs) are dysfunctions such as mouth breathing, snoring, teeth grinding, improper tongue rest or swallow or sucking habit.  Over time, OMDs can cause crooked teeth, TMJ pain & dysfunction, sleep disorders, difficulty chewing, weak lips & cosmetic problems.  OMDs are often correlated with neck & back problems.  Breathing pattern disorders affect the ability to relax, to oxygenate the body & to have restful & rejuvenating sleep. 

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Orange Blossom
Whole Body Collaborative Care

Terri recognizes the correlation between ideal orofacial function & the rest of the body, including healthy breathing and sleep. She assesses & provides therapy to balance & strengthen orofacial muscles and improve functional breathing.  Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy provides the foundation necessary for generalized skeletal stability & prevention or reduction of pain & disability. Healthy breathing supports healthy, refreshing sleep. Terri collaborates with your team of providers creating a whole circle of support for your fitness needs.

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