Have mysofunctional disorders treated by a speech therapist

If you suffer from a myofunctional disorder, you can contact the Canan Rasidov speech therapy practice in Düsseldorf. We offer comprehensive diagnosis and individual therapy to relieve your symptoms and improve your mouth and throat functions.

Effective treatment by speech therapists

Mysophunctional disorders affect the muscles and functions of the mouth and throat. They can cause problems with swallowing, breathing, and speaking. The causes can be varied, such as congenital abnormalities, bad habits or trauma.

Our experienced therapists use a variety of techniques and exercises to strengthen your muscles, improve your coordination and optimize your breathing, speech and swallowing functions. Our treatment also includes training in correct mouth and tongue position and correcting bad habits such as excessive snoring or mouth breathing.

The treatment of myofunctional disorders requires a committed collaboration between patient and therapist. We will work with you to develop a personalized therapy and teach you techniques you can use at home. Our therapy is holistic and aims to not only help you treat your disorder, but also to improve your overall quality of life.

If you suffer from a myofunctional disorder and live in Düsseldorf or the surrounding area, contact the Canan Rasidov speech therapy practice. We are committed to helping you relieve your symptoms and improve your mouth and throat functions. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step on the road to recovery.

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Characteristics of Mysofunctional Disorders

Myofunctional disorders present with a variety of symptoms that can vary in severity from person to person. The most common features include:

  1. Malpositions in the mouth and throat: A myofunctional disorder can lead to a malposition of the tongue, palate or lips. This can lead to swallowing problems, misaligned teeth or an open bite.

  2. Difficulty swallowing: People with myofunctional disorders often have difficulty swallowing. Difficulty swallowing, an uncomfortable feeling when swallowing or increased salivation can occur.

  3. Breathing problems: A myofunctional disorder can also lead to breathing problems, such as difficult nasal breathing or snoring.

  4. Speech Disorders: In some cases, a myofunctional disorder can also lead to speech disorders. People may have trouble pronouncing certain sounds or modulating their voice properly.

  5. Mouth breathing: Mouth breathing is very pronounced in many people with myofunctional disorders. This can lead to a dry mouth, increased thirst or bad breath.

However, it is important to note that these symptoms can also occur with other diseases or disorders. A precise diagnosis and individual treatment by an experienced speech therapist are therefore essential.

duration of treatment

The duration of treatment for myofunctional disorders in adults depends on the severity of the symptoms and the individual response to therapy. Generally, the treatment consists of several sessions in which the speech therapist teaches the patient specific exercises to strengthen and improve muscle control around the mouth.

The length of a session can vary depending on the patient’s needs, and it may take several weeks or months to significantly improve symptoms. It is important for the patient to regularly do the exercises at home to speed up progress and improve the outcome of treatment.

However, the exact duration of treatment should always be agreed individually with the treating speech therapist.

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