Alison Hazelbaker, PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, CST-T, RCST

spiritofhealingllc@gmail.com (614) 326-3504

Dr. Hazelbaker specializes in cross-disciplinary treatment and to that end has taken training in several modalities to best assist her clients. She is a certified Craniosacral Therapist, a Lymph Drainage Therapy practitioner, and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.

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WEBINAR - Tongue & Lip Tie: The Game Changer Studies September 5th, 2019 @ 12 pm CT

Tongue & Lip Tie: The Game Changer Studies

Dr. Hazelbaker presents on several change-maker studies regarding the subjects of tongue-tie and lip-tie. She includes previously unknown studies from 1971 to 1995 and combines their findings with more recent studies. Participants will be surprised, delighted and maybe even disgruntled about the conclusions made in these studies. All, however, change the way we think about these subjects!

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Objectives:

 1. The participant will be able to discuss a gamechanger study about the histology of the lingual frenum.

2. The participant will be able to describe the research showing that maxillary lip tie does not exist.

3. The participant will be able to discuss both the AHRQ and Cochrane studies that show only a slight benefit of frenotomy for breastfeeding issues.

Outline:

1. Game-changers

                  a. Multiple studies that change the way we think about tongue and lip tie

                  b. It isn’t just about infant feeding, its about development

2. Histology

                  a. Lingual frenum

                  b. Two studies that corroborate one another

                  c. Myths stricken down by these studies

3. Wound healing

                  a. the three phases

                  b. Studies that show that wounds are best left alone

                  c. The implication relative to disturbing the fibrin clot post frenectomy

4. Oro-facial impact

                  a. Sleep apnea

                  b. Mid-face development

5. Impact of frenotomy on breastfeeding

                  a. Ultrasound studies

                  b. Before and after impact

                  c. Corroboration

6. Maxillary labial frenum

                  a. Two studies 23 years apart

                  b. Maxillary lip tie is not a thing in infancy

                  c. Trouble with the Kotlow classification schema

7. Does frenotomy actually have an impact on infant feeding or is it just placebo?

                  a. AHRQ study

                  b. Cochrane study

Tickets are just $15 and are on sale NOW! Get your tickets HERE

*This event will be broadcast live but also recorded and sent to all ticket holders to accommodate everyone's schedules 

*The Webinar has been approved for 1.5 L CERPs (approval# C1881340) which can be received after completing a questionnaire included on the ticket. Hosted by Praeclarus Press.