Join Dr. Dan Hanson and Sarah Hornsby for an in-depth, three-part discussion about functional breathing and its impact on dentistry, myofunctional therapy, and our overall health and wellness.
On August 20th, we'll be covering everything you need to know about functional vs. dysfunctional breathing. Dan will teach you how to identify the subtler signs and symptoms of dysfunctional breathing beyond just mouth breathing.
On August 27th, Dan will be covering the underlying causes of dysfunctional breathing. He'll also take an in-depth look at over-breathing, oxygenation, CO2, Nitric Oxide, and the role the autonomic nervous system plays in our stress response and our sleep-breathing cycles.
On September 3rd, we'll get practical with breathing retraining exercises you can teach your patients, and we'll go into the Buteyko Breathing Method. Dan will cover research, neuroplasticity, treatment options, and key takeaways you can immediately begin to implement in your practice with both children and adults.
You'll learn specific and effective breathing exercises and techniques that you can immediately start to implement in your practice.
Understand the Buteyko Breathing Method and it's application to dentistry, myofunctional therapy, anxiety, sleep, and overall health and wellness.
Dr. Dan is a dentist who has very successfully implemented breathing re-education, myofunctional therapy, and frenectomies info his practice.
We're offering three levels of registration. Sign up and early for a great deal.
Dr Dan Hanson is a myofunctional orthodontist and Buteyko Breathing expert from the Gold Coast of Australia.
His practice is focused on functional breathing, early interceptive treatment of soft tissue dysfunction, infant frenectomies, and malocclusion.
Sarah Hornsby is a myofunctional therapist, educator, and internationally recognized speaker from Seattle, Washington.
Over the past decade, her practice, Faceology, has transformed from an in-person, conventional myofunctional therapy clinic to an all-online, telehealth practice employing multiple therapists.
She created MyoMentor in 2015 to train and mentor hygienists and dentists who want to integrate myofunctional therapy into dental practices. Over 150 dental professionals have graduated from her mentoring program since then.
This is a three-part course that takes place on August 20th, August 27th, and September 4th 2019.
5:30pm Pacific Time or 8:30pm Eastern Time in the USA.
The sessions will run for 90 minutes each.
Yes, each session will be recorded and available for one week after the live stream.
Once you register, all the details will be emailed to you. The course is video-based, so all you need is a computer, tablet or phone and an internet connection.
Yes! This course is eligible for 4.5 hours of Continuing Education credits.
Buteyko breathing, (pronounced Bu-tay-ko), also known as the Buteyko Breathing Technique is a method that uses exercises to treat asthma and other breathing-related health conditions. It’s basically a way to help people regain functional breathing patterns. It goes hand in hand with myofunctional therapy because the focus in both modalities is nasal breathing.
It’s a treatment approach that I draw on extensively in my practice, so I know it works well for a number of the conditions and symptoms I treat. It really is the perfect complement to myofunctional therapy and dentistry.