CARE Therapy for Tethered Oral Tissues

On the cutting edge of knowing if and when to cut.





More and more babies are being born with tongue and lip ties, also referred to as restricted oral tissues or tethers.  As a result, there is a great deal of public interest and professional controversy about addressing those restrictions. 

Our unique technology, training and experience as a treatment team have allowed us to explore and develop an innovative and integrative approach to the treatment of children with restricted oral tissues. 

Careful Assessment

As a group of providers with your child's needs as our primary objective, we will be carefully assessing your child to determine if they have a restriction to their most beneficial pattern of development.  These restrictions may include:

  • Tongue and lip ties
  • Neurological and primitive reflex integration delays
  • Airway obstructions
  • Fascial and body functional restrictions

Before recommending irreversible procedures to be performed, we will be doing our best to make sure that your child is receiving the appropriate care at the appropriate time.

Restriction Elimination

Once the restrictions have been identified and addressed by our team, we will be recommending an appropriate  treatment plan for the unique needs of your child.  These interventions may include:

  • BabyLase
  • Retained Primitive Reflex Integration
  • Lactation, feeding and swallow therapies
  • Chiropractic care
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Speech and language pathology
  • Airway optimization
  • any others as necessary


Choosing the right provider

Your decision on when, where, who and how to treat your concerns with your child's health are very important and extremely personal. 

Our decision is equally important.  We will never introduce a simple surgical procedure to a complex patient.

A functional assessment is a prerequisite to every surgical and non-surgical release of a tongue or lip tie.