Top Expert and World Renowned Speaker, Dr. Steven Olmos, Publishes First Book
"Airway Management: A Solution to our Healthcare Crisis" reviews how breathing truly impacts our health. It will discuss the healthcare problems that can arise from ignoring the airway's effect on the body in both adults and children.
By: TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre International
"Airway Management: A Solution to our Healthcare Crisis" reviews how breathing truly impacts our health. It will discuss the healthcare problems that can arise from ignoring the airway's effect on the body in both adults and children. It will teach you about airway management and how to care for the whole airway. It will discuss several techniques that should help everyone Sleep. Breathe. Heal. Live.
Dr. Steven Olmos, DDS, DABCP, DABCDSM, DABDSM, DAIPM, FAAOP, FAACP, FICCMO, FADI, FIAO will walk you through case studies explaining how he cared for each patient and why his system of treatment works. Dr. Olmos has taught his system for close to 20 years to doctors all over the world and has standardized his delivery systems in over 60 TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centres dispersed throughout 7 Countries. These systems are proven again and again.
By design Dr. Olmos wrote this book to educate medical and dental professionals on the importance of understanding, screening and treating airway issues. However, patients will also benefit by having a much better understanding of symptoms and where to look to find proper diagnosis and treatment.
Know Some of the Symptoms of Breathing Disorders:
Snoring / Frequent Nighttime Awakenings ADHD / ADD / Learning Disabilities
Excessive Daytime Sleepiness / Depression Bedwetting / Teeth Grinding
Morning Headaches / Teeth Grinding Restless Sleep / Snoring
Heartburn and GERD
Understand the Risks of Untreated Breathing Disorders for Adults and Developing Children:
Cardiovascular Disease, High Blood Pressure , Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes, Obesity, ADHD
Watch and Listen to Your Child – They should be evaluated if they meet any of the following:
Are the bed sheets strewn all over the bed? Do they have trouble concentrating, or become agitated? Do they have dark circles under the eyes? Do they snore? The American Academy of Pediatrics "Patient Parameters" states "all children who snore and have signs and symptoms of OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) should have a sleep study for evaluation of apnea because of ADD / ADHD and cardiovascular risk.
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