Dr. Park's Expert Interview with Dr. Richard Quinttus on Oral Systemic Balance
Please join me for my next Expert Interview as I invite Dr. Richard Quinttus to speak to us about Oral Systemic Balance (OSB) therapy. There are a number of different dental/orthodontic techniques to not only align our teeth, but also to improve our breathing passageways by widening our upper and lower jaws. After hearing about OSB, it sounded almost too good to be true.
In this teleseminar, Dr. Quinttus will reveal:
- How poor breathing due to narrowed upper airway breathing can lead to or aggravate anxiety, fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, snoring, sleep apnea, forward head posture, and constant throat clearing.
- How to optimize breathing by allowing the relationship between the tongue, jaw, throat and spone to balance.
- How this device aids the tongue in moving forward
- And much, much more…
Topic: Oral Systemic Balance
Speaker: Dr. Richard Quinttus
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Time: 8PM Eastern
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