Timbrey Lind, RDH
Specializing in Myofunctional Therapy and Breathing Re-habilitation
Timbrey Lind, RDH
Specializing in Myofunctional Therapy and Breathing Rehabilitation
I Work Towards Whole Health
Memberships Timbrey Lind, RDH participates in
- AAPMD (American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry)
- AOMT (Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy)
- IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology)
- IABDM (International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine)
- Weston Price Foundation
- APPPH (Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health)
- AAOSH (American Academy of Oral Systemic Health)
- AAO (American Academy of Ozonotherapy)
- Klinghardt Academy
- BBA (Buteyko Breathing Association)
To ensure that what you come to me for is accomplished but more importantly, that you leave with a wealth full of new knowledge about your own health that you didn’t have before.
“I can touch the roof of my mouth after getting my tongue tie released and I couldn’t do that before. The procedure was easy.”
The breathing (exercises) calms me down and steadies my breath. In PE, when everyone else is running out of breath, I’m still going… “I feel like Myofunctional therapy has helped me a lot because now I am very aware of where my tongue is supposed to be and how I’m supposed to talk, drink, swallow… Overall, myofunctional therapy has helped a lot”.
“I came in for a tongue and lip tie release for our baby… we knew we needed to get it checked out for me to be successful in breastfeeding. Breastfeeding was super painful and he was gassy and fussy a lot. He had really bad colic and reflux. I noticed an immediate difference in breastfeeding after getting them released.”
“Since starting (myofunctional) therapy, I am more aware of my tongue position. My tongue does not come forward anymore, I feel like I’ve noticed the open space between my upper and lower teeth close a little, and I definitely sleep better and my tongue is in the right spot all night. The taping helped me with that. My teeth have changed a lot for the better. Therapy was pretty simple, but at times was very difficult as well in performing the exercises”.
“since I’ve been dong all the exercises, I’ve realized how much my tongue comes forward and messes up my speech. When my tongue is back where its supposed to be, it feels like its easier to pronounce things and my speech sounds better”.