Updated: Aug 23
Airway is a consequence of the functioning of the face. ~ Tasha Turzo, DO
My guest today is Tasha Turzo, DO -- Dr. Tasha Turzo DO, graduated from Western University, Pomona, California in 1994 where she received a Post Graduate Osteopathic Manual Medicine/Anatomy Fellowship. She completed her internship at the UCSF Family Medicine Residency at the Santa Rosa Community Hospital.
She has been in private practice since 1995 practicing osteopathy, homeopathy, functional medicine, prolotherapy, and PRP specializing in craniofacial dysfunctions. She is a Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine where she has been a guest lecturer since 2007.
She is also a founding member of AEI (ALF Educational Institute and is an internationally recognized expert in the application of osteopathy and functional dentistry, with a focus on the use of the Advance Lightwire Functional (ALF) devices and TMD. She has been teaching extensively in this field since 1997.
She is the author of “The ALF Approach: Changing the Face of Orthodontics.” You can find out more about Dr. Turzo at www.drtashaturzo.com.
The signs of dysfunction tht lead to airway issues can be identified right at birth. ~ Tasha Turzo, DO
The ALF Approach: Changing the Face of Orthodontics by Dr. Tasha Turzo
AAPMD Webinar featuring Dr. Turzo https://www.aapmd.org/aapmd-webinar-library
Courses with Dr. Turzo for parents and medical professionals https://www.drtashaturzo.com/courses
ALF Educational Institute https://alfeducationalinstitute.com/