Breathing Well Online Academy provides learning for anyone who is involved in Airway Dentistry, Orthodontics or any other field of functional or behavioral breathing disorders.
We constantly create habits and compensations to overcome challenges to our breathing – resulting in the development of many common chronic illnesses. It’s necessary to understand the root causes of these dysfunctions in order to effectively treat them.
Breathing Well courses, developed by Roger Price who is affectionately known as ‘The Father of Airway in Dentistry’, provide the knowledge, training, and guidance needed to address your patient’s chronic illness at the source, providing them not only with symptom relief but with an improved quality of life.
What health professionals are saying about Roger Price and Breathing Well Online Academy
DeWitt Wilkerson DMD
Past President, American Academy for Oral Systemic Health(AAOSH)
DMD, Clifton, NJ, USA
John C. Kois, D.M.D, M.S.D
Founder and Director, Kois Center, LLC
R. Kirk Huntsman
Chief Executive Officer, Vivos Therapeutics, Inc.
Before I met and heard Roger, I’d been treating OSA with oral appliances and was on the faculty of the Sleep Medicine Department of our Medical School. Thought I knew all I needed to know. Like everyone else I hought it was all about sleep and lack of oxygen. Didn’t understand that disordered breathing is not just a nocturnal phenomenon. Didn’t understand breathing, just like most MDs who are supposed to know these things. Had no idea of the action of CO2 and the importance of end-tidal PCO2. During my first chance to hear him speak about Airway for an hour, I took so many notes my hand still hurts. Not to mention the attendant brain pain. Since that day, after 6 years of continuing to learn from him, nothing has been the same in the way we look at and help our patients achieve total bodily health through functional naso-diaphragmatic breathing 24/7/365.”
David A. Jarrin DDS
Clinical Director MyoTech Integrative Health Center
Kriston Lynn Reisnour
RDH, BSDH, CCSH, CSOM | Sherpa/Coach
Roger’s approach of seeking the cause of the problem rather than managing the symptoms will help any clinician who is seeking understanding of what we are truly dealing with.
Enjoy the journey.”
Scott R. Neish