- 4 Modules |
- 4 Videos |
- 61 Minutes Total Hour
About the Faculty
Numerous studies have demonstrated its effectiveness including a recent study done by Hahn &Hahn (1992), which revealed that treatment for orofacial myofunctional disorders can be 80-90% effective in correcting swallowing and rest posture function and that these corrections are retained years after completing therapy.
It's caused by a blockage in the throat (which is usually the soft tissue, namely the soft palate) while sleeping. Orofacial myofunctional therapy can help this kind of sleep apnea by working with the muscles of the oropharyngeal complex, although the therapy is considered adjunctive
We will be sharing you a google classroom link and you can also join our facebook group and can post your queries which will be resolved.
There will be no refund.
Once you have completed the course you will get the certificate via email.