Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Research in various parts of the world is exploring the role of Orofacial Myotherapy in treating OSA, Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Their findings are very positive and in some countries Orofacial Myotherapy is the treatment
of choice for mild to mildly moderate OSA.

When a doctor sends us a patient with OSA, we help that patient get their tongue in tone and in the proper position, out of the back of the throat; we help get the soft palate toned up. This helps open the airway and the OSA improves. But we do not “treat” OSA. We treat muscle dysfunction.

Please note:  We do not ever recommend that you discontinue your treatment for OSA with a CPAP or an oral appliance (snore guard).