I have been working with Joann for the last 4 months. I was suffering from sleep apnea and unable to use the CPAP or wear my appliance. I never realized how much my tongue and it's position had to do with everything. Joann was really patient and very knowledgable. I can honestly say I havent slept this well in a very long time and I feel like my overall health has greatly improved! I would recommend her highly. Thank you Joann!
“I have had a pleasure to collaborate patient care with Brittny for multiple patients requiring Myofunctional Therapy and/or Frenectomy. Brittny is extremely knowledgeable, professional and delivers highest results to her patients. I would recommend her services to everyone looking to improve the function the Orofacial muscles.”
Dr. Yuri May, DMD
By: Julie Corliss
Keeping your partner — or yourself — up at night with loud snoring? This might be more than a nuisance. About 25% of men and nearly 10% of women have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious sleep disorder characterized by explosive snores, grunts, and gasps. Tissue at the back of the throat temporarily obstructs the airway, leading to breathing pauses (apneas) throughout the night. Not only does OSA leave people tired and groggy, but it also puts them at risk for a host of health problems, including high blood pressure, depression, and heart disease.... read more
For more information about children who are sleepy, snore, or have been diagnosed with ADHD, please visit The American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry at www.AAPMD.org... read more
When my son was 6 months old I fell in love with Weston Price and the traditional foods movement. I was sold and vowed to never look back. When it came time to introduce my son to foods, I stuck to my guns and shunned cereals and any other processed foods, in favor of whole foods. Soon I had my son on raw milk and homemade bread.... read more