by David E McCarty, MD, FAASM Sleep Apnea. Say those words to a group of physicians or dentists, and then wait a minute. After you’ve let the words sink in, …Read Article
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by Cynthia Stein, PT, MEd, and Karen Parker Davidson, DHA, MSA, MEd, MSN, ARPN If you are a sports connoisseur and watch the news often, the numerous injuries resulting in …Read Article
by Frank Madrigal, CDT, Owner/Founder of True Function Laboratory What if you could consistently get? A great fit Reduced chairtime Improved patient comfort which can lead to better compliance From …Read Article
by Karen Parker Davidson, DHA, MSA, MEd, MSN, ARPN Can you trust what the patient tells you? The topic of discussion at meetings has moved from sleep disorders to breathing …Read Article
by Patrick McKeown In the last decade, the field of sleep medicine has changed radically. Sleep apnea was previously considered a purely anatomical issue, but we now know this is …Read Article
by Michael Kanter, DMD, DICOI Bite change is a major and common complaint in dental sleep practices. The use of oral sleep devices requires informed consent about bite changes as …Read Article
by Robyn Merkel-Walsh, MA, CCC-SLP, COM® Introduction: Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMDs) encompass the four “MYO Domains” of airway, feeding, structure and speech. OMDs occur across the lifespan, are the nexus …Read Article