In episode 16 we are hearing how tongue tie affects babies and adults with Sarah Hornsby. Sarah graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene from Eastern Washington University. With an interest in natural health and wellness, and getting to the root cause of health problems, she subsequently became interested in how the health of the mouth directly relates to the overall health of the body. This led her to train to become a myofunctional therapist.
She opened up her myofunctional therapy practice, Faceology, in Seattle in 2010. She took the entire practice online in 2014, becoming the world’s first fully-online myofunctional therapy practice. One of her passions is to spread and create awareness about myofunctional therapy. So in addition to working with patients, she also runs MyoMentor, an educational institute that trains dentists, hygienists, and other health professionals to become myofunctional therapists. Sarah is from the Pacific Northwest and currently lives in Hawaii where she consults with patients, doctors, and other healthcare providers from all over the world.
Connect With Sarah-
- What is Myofunctional Therapy?
- How did you get into this profession?
- What was your golden hour that inspired you to take action in your own health?
- How does someone know if they need myofunctional therapy? What symptoms do you commonly address with patients?
- What is tongue tie?
- How do you determine if you have a tongue tie? What steps can you take to confirm a tongue tie before going to specialist?
- What is the procedure for having a tongue tie removed?
- What kind of results have you seen in both babies and adults post tongue tie removal?
- Health habits that have made the biggest impact on your life?
- How can people connect with you?
Links Mentioned In The Podcast-
- Close Your Mouth by Patrick McKeown
- The Evolution of the Human Head by Daniel E. Lieberman
- The Dental Diet by Steven Lin
- Jaws: The Story of a Hidden Epidemic by Sandra Kahn and Paul R. Ehrlich
- Pre-register for the new Myo for Moms and Dads online program by Sarah here
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