Developing Breathing Wellness
Our vision is to enable clinicians to rid the world of obstructive sleep apnea. We accomplish our mission by collaborating with physicians, dentists, chiropractors and myofunctional therapists, etc. to develop the very best therapeutic protocols and treatment options for patients who suffer from sleep disordered breathing, including mild-to-moderate sleep apnea.
General dentists are uniquely qualified to identify, diagnose and provide effective treatment planning for maxillary hypoplasia and mandibular retrusion, conditions which are often associated with obstructive sleep apnea.
The Vivos Integrated Practice program provides general dentists the clinical skills, advanced tools, essential resources and effective treatment protocols to significantly impact the lives of their patients.
We invite you to learn more about the Integrated Practice opportunities for general dentists.
Dental specialists also play an important role in airway, sleep and breathing wellness.
• Pediatric Dentists
• Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
We invite you to learn more about the Integrated Practice opportunities for dental specialists.
Medical doctors are keenly aware of the overall impact to health and wellness of patients who suffer from sleep and breathing disorders, including sleep apnea.
Vivos works with medical doctors to help inform and educate patients about the serious risks associated with compromised nocturnal breathing and other airway deficiencies.
We invite you to learn more about how Vivos can help you deliver the very best healthcare for your patients.
Physical Therapists &
It is generally-accepted that forward head posture may be a sign of of obstructive sleep apnea in some cases. Some initial studies suggest that this represents misalignment of the neck vertebrae, which may adversely affect the upper airway, requiring chiropractic intervention or other physical therapists, such as osteopaths.
Chiropractors and other physical therapists who re-align the body play an important role in the treatment of such cases.
We invite you to learn more about opportunities to work with Vivos to provide the very best care for your patients.
Poor myofunctional behavior and habits, especially during childhood, can promote poor jaw alignment (e.g. mandibular retrognathia) as well as poor jaw development (e.g. midfacial hypoplasia).
Oral myofunctional exercises have been shown to improve the clinical outcomes in pediatric cases, by focusing on tongue posture.
We invite you to learn more about opportunities to work with Vivos to and to become a part of our multidisciplinary team.
Holistic Wellness clinicians can also play an important role in Breathing Wellness.
We invite you to learn more about opportunities to become a part of the Breathing Wellness movement.
• Health + Fitness Trainers
• Cranio Sacral Therapist
• Athletic Coach
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Integrated Practice Program
The Vivos Integrated Practice program is designed for professional healthcare providers who would like to integrate breathing wellness into their existing practice.
The program offers the tools, resources and advanced clinical education to be an effective breathing wellness clinician.
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