by Brad Gilden, PT, DPT, FFMT, FAAOMPT, PRC, CSCS, and Bill Esser, MS, PT, CCTT Role of an AirwayCentric® Physical Therapist in Dental Sleep Medicine Physical Therapists are trained to …Read CE Article
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by Nicole Goldfarb, M.A., CCC-SLP, COM® As knowledge about the etiology of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) has expanded over the recent years, it is imperative to recognize that a team approach …Read CE Article
by Dr. Steve Lamberg Wouldn’t you love a deeper understanding of the underlying pathophysiology of sleep related breathing disorders “SRBD” and how they cause so many medical conditions? I certainly …Read CE Article
by Allen J. Moses, DDS Introductory Anatomy and Kinetics Human beings are the only mammals to have a shared foodway and airway. As a result, adult humans cannot breathe and …Read CE Article
by Amalia A. Geller, MD Child neurologists have much exposure to many different types of genetic conditions that lead to sleep-disordered breathing. For many years, the tonsils were the prime …Read CE Article
by Steve Lamberg, DDS, D.ABDSM Ample evidence exists showing Sleep Related Breathing Disorders or SRBD, have a negative impact on maternal and fetal outcomes. A growing body of evidence reveals …Read CE Article