An orofacial myology assessment is the place to start if you have a child who is mouth-breathing, has dental issues such as crowded teeth, or has an oral habit such as thumb or finger sucking, prolonged dummy sucking or nail biting. Following this assessment you will have a deeper understanding of how oral habits impact growth and development and what steps to take next to maximise your child's health.Click Here To Learn More
The Buteyko Method of normalising breathing habits has helped thousands of participants gain control over their asthma, blocked nose, hay fever and chronic fatigue. It has also been found to be effective in relieving sleep issues such as snoring and sleep apnoea.Click Here To Learn More
Orofacial myology is a behaviour modification program aimed at improving habits of the face, lips and tongue. It utilises a facial exercise program, posture improvement program and motivational incentives to help children learn new muscle patterns that support nasal breathing and eliminate oral habits such as sucking thumbs, fingers and other objects, and biting nails. Orofacial myology optimises facial growth and airway development.Click Here To Learn More
A private consultation is ideal for those who wish to undertake breathing retraining for asthma, snoring or sleep apnoea or work on exercise endurance improvement in a one-on-one environment.
Private consultations are also available for adults who wish to undertake orofacial myology sessions for the management of snoring, sleep apnoea, or simply to improve facial appearance.Click Here To Learn More
Capnography is a useful method of accurately assessing and modifying breathing behaviours. It collects information about breathing rate, breathing patterns and the carbon dioxide level in the breath. Knowing the carbon dioxide level gives valuable information about whether or not a person is over-breathing, and insights into what might be causing symptoms and health problems. Capnography is particularly useful for persons who suffer with anxiety related breathing problems or panic disorder.Click Here To Learn More