Ep.23, Function, It Matters!, with Nicole Goldfarb, M.A., CCC-SLP, COM

Ep.23,  Function, It Matters!, with Nicole Goldfarb, M.A., CCC-SLP, COM
29 apr 2024 · 57 min. 12 sec.

The podcast featured Dr. Stacy and Nicole Goldfarb discussing orofacial myology, speech language pathology, and myofunctional therapy. Nicole founded the San Diego Center For Speech And Myofunctional therapy and has...

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The podcast featured Dr. Stacy and Nicole Goldfarb discussing orofacial myology, speech language pathology, and myofunctional therapy. Nicole founded the San Diego Center For Speech And Myofunctional therapy and has extensive experience in the field. They highlighted the importance of addressing myofunctional issues in addition to speech problems, emphasizing the need for specialized training in myofunctional therapy.
They discussed the role of dental professionals in screening for sleep disorder breathing issues in children and the importance of collaboration among healthcare providers. The conversation also touched on the impact of diet and nutrition on oral health and the need for a holistic approach to treatment.
They emphasized the potential long-term benefits of myofunctional therapy and the growing awareness of its importance in addressing underlying causes of jaw growth issues. The speakers highlighted the need for increased education and awareness in academia and the importance of empowering patients to seek out information and advocate for their health.

This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: ASAP Pathway

Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation.

Because Kids Can't Wait...


CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT NICOLE GOLDFARB

ARTICLE FOR OROMYOFUNCTIONAL THERAPY AGES 0-4

CHAPTERS: 

00:03 - Meet oral health expert 
05:33 - Speech therapy overview 
16:50 - Function screening importance 
22:02 - Myofunctional therapy benefits 
31:16 - Nutrition and function connection 
37:25 - Therapy progress factors 
47:00 - Changing healthcare dynamics 


LEARNINGS: 

What is Nicole Goldfarb's background in speech language pathology and orofacial myofunctional therapy?
Nicole Goldfarb founded the San Diego Center For Speech And Myofunctional therapy over 20 years ago. She has been practicing speech language pathology since 2003 and oral facial myofunctional therapy since 2008. She is the 193rd certified oral facial myo in the world.

What does speech language pathology therapy typically focus on?
Speech language pathology therapy involves speech articulation, comprehension issues, expressive and receptive language issues, and delayed language. It covers a wide range of areas within communication disorders.

How does myofunctional therapy differ from speech language pathology therapy?
Myofunctional therapy is a modality of treatment that focuses on correcting oral muscular, soft tissue issues related to oral rest posture, chewing, and swallowing. It is a specific area of focus that not all speech language pathologists are trained in.

Why are dental professionals like dentists and dental hygienists important in identifying myofunctional issues?
Dental professionals are crucial in identifying myofunctional issues because they have regular access to patients' mouths and can observe issues related to occlusion, jaw position, and oral function. They can play a key role in early screening and referral for myofunctional therapy.

What factors influence the progress and duration of myofunctional therapy?
Factors such as age, motivation, compliance, and concurrent orthodontic treatment can influence the progress and duration of myofunctional therapy. Progress may vary for children versus adults, and ongoing exercises may be necessary for some patients.

This is the ASAP Pathway Podcast, Airway, Sleep, and Pediatric Pathway, where sleep and airway health take center stage, one breath at a time. VISIT: ASAP Pathway

Please subscribe, share, and tune in to future episodes of how we can help children live their best lives, one breath, and restful night's sleep at a time. Don't miss this exciting launch into a world of knowledge and transformation.

Because Kids Can't Wait...


CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT NICOLE GOLDFARB
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