“Neuro-Revisions for Tethered Oral Tissues” Class provides beginner through advanced therapists with critical information about the neurophysiology of orofacial disruptions and dysfunctions, current issues in oral motor dysregulation, and effective treatment strategies for optimizing neurological organization to critical orofacial structures through the pediatric population.
Therapists today face an ever-growing challenge of providing effective interventions for infants and children with tethered oral tissues and related disorders. Most treatment interventions approach the challenges from a mechanical perspective, without addressing the underlying neurological dysfunctions that may perpetuate the oral motor confusion.
“Neuro-Revision for Tethered Oral Tissues” Class provides therapists with critical information about the prenatal neurodevelopmental processes driving the structural aberrations, and neurophysiology-based post-natal management. Therapists will explore the biodynamic embryological development, critical brain wiring and integrative circuits, and the multidimensional function of mouth and throat structures. Therapists will learn to identify common wiring disruptions to appropriately tailor their interventions and acquire important treatment strategies for guiding proper oral motor function. Parent and caregiver needs are also addressed, with simple strategies and resources provided for optimal support and family success.
This 4-hour online class is available through HomeCEUConnection, for your CEUs. Click here for more information!