The Untethered Podcast

  • Episode 268: Lily and Mia’s Myobrace® Experience - Keeping It Real with Lily, Mia, and Hallie

    20:38
    This week, Lily & Mia, Hallie’s daughters share their experiences with Myobrace®, an oral appliance designed to guide jaw growth and potentially prevent braces.Lily faces challenges keeping the Myobrace® in overnight. She often gags and spits it out. Mia, on the other hand, has had more success but struggles when she's sick and needs to mouth breathe when her nose is blocked…Hallie expresses concerns about the Myobrace® 's bulkiness, the overall program and how to keep it clean.If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 267: The Power of Breath with Campbell Will

    01:03:38
    On this week’s podcast, integrative physiotherapist and breathwork educator, Campbell Will joins Hallie to  talk about the importance of breath and how it is often overlooked in healthcare.Listen in as Campbell shares his journey into specializing in breathwork and the need for a more comprehensive approach that combines functional and intentional breathwork.  Campbell and Hallie also discuss the underestimated power of breathing for health and well-being.  They explore how breath impacts the nervous system, emotions, and even posture. Campbell shares techniques while acknowledging the need for personalized practices in our fast-paced world.If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin and Campbell @breathbodytherapyFor more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 266: Beyond Observation: Comprehensive Evaluations in Pediatric Feeding Therapy with Hallie Bulkin, MA CCC-SLP, CMT®, COM

    19:51
    This week, join Hallie for a discussion on the importance of comprehensive evaluations in pediatric feeding therapy. In this episode, she emphasizes thorough assessments that go beyond screening and observation, including palpation, to ensure a complete understanding of the child's feeding and oral motor skills.Listen as she highlights the crucial role of considering the child's overall function and goals when crafting recommendations and therapy plans. She also discusses keeping reports concise and focused, providing a clear picture of the assessment and treatment plan.If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 265: Healing from the Inside Out with Katie Green, HHP, NMT

    01:10:58
    This week on the podcast, Hallie welcomes Katie Green, owner of Green Living Holistic Health, a Baton Rouge clinic treating chronic pain, injuries & more. Katie, a passionate advocate for children, tackles healthcare systems head-on.Tune in as Katie shares her journey into holistic health and the importance of nutrition in healing.  They talk about Katie’s approach to healing, emphasizing whole-body wellness and the power of proper nutrition and supplementation. Katie and Hallie also discuss the challenges of feeding children and the connection between gut health and overall well-being, the nervous system's impact on health, common nutrition myths and the importance of fascia, a network of connective tissue, in the body. If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin and Katie @ktdgreenFor more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 264: Therapeutic Readiness with Autumn R. Henning, MS, CCC-SLP, COM®️, IBCLC

    01:00:09
    On this week’s episode, Hallie welcomes back Autumn Henning. Join them as they talk about the concept of therapeutic readiness as it relates to tethered oral tissue releases in the context of myofunctional therapy, feeding therapy, and lactation intervention. Autumn and Hallie discuss the importance of addressing pre-procedure factors and achieving specific benchmarks before a tongue tie release. They also emphasize the need for clear criteria and guidelines to determine if a patient is ready for a release. They also talk about concerns surrounding hot topics including rubbing on an open wound, baby/toddler myo and the Inspire® device. If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin and Autumn @chrysalisorofacial1For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 263: Breathing Easy : Link Between Orthodontics, Speech & Health with Dr. Svitlana Koval, DMD, MSc, BD and Tiffany Zilberman M.S. CCC-SLP

    58:31
    This week on the podcast, Hallie dives deep into the world of orthodontics with Dr. Svitlana Koval, an airway orthodontist and Tiffany Zilberman, a pediatric feeding specialist and myofunctional therapist. They challenge the traditional view of orthodontics, highlighting the importance of early intervention and care throughout all life stages.The conversation explores how orthodontics can impact not just your smile, but also your speech, breathing, and overall health. They discuss the connection between airway health, orthodontics, myofunctional therapy, feeding therapy and speech therapy, emphasizing the need for a holistic approach.Learn the difference between traditional orthodontics focused solely on teeth alignment and airway orthodontics that considers the entire airway system and more! If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin, Dr. Svitlana @drsvitlanakoval, and Tiffany @littleeatersflFor more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 262: Ready, Set, Connect with Jessie Ginsburg, MS, CCC-SLP

    48:50
    This week, Hallie chats with Jessie Ginsburg, a sensory trained speech-language pathologist and CEO of Pediatric Therapy Playhouse, a top-rated clinic in Los Angeles. Hallie and Jessie discuss the role of sensory processing in speech-language pathology and the importance of addressing sensory needs in therapy.Tune in as they address the misconception that sensory is solely within the domain of occupational therapy. They also talk about the interconnectedness of the sensory and motor systems and the impact of regulation and engagement on therapy outcomes.Jessie shares her journey of starting an online business and the importance of connection in therapy and more!If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin & Jessie @sensory.slp. For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 261: Beyond the Numbers: Diving into Hallie’s Home Sleep Test Results 2 Year Post Op with Ken Hooks, RRT, RPSGT

    01:07:16
    This week’s episode features Ken Hooks, a sleep specialist and founder of True Sleep Diagnostics. He offers home sleep tests (“HST”) and has extensive experience in the field. Ken previously worked at Bon Secours St Francis and Greenville Technical College and co-authored a case report on treating pediatric sleep apnea.Join Ken and Hallie as they discuss the results of Hallie’s follow-up HST, comparing it to her first HST from March 2022. Listen as they explore the validity and interpretation of home sleep tests, highlighting the importance of deep sleep and REM sleep. They also discuss the impact of upper airway resistance on sleep quality and the challenges with end-title CO2 monitoring. Their conversation covers various topics related to home sleep studies and airway health including discussions on insurance coverage, the importance of spO2 pleth in sleep studies, the impact of cardiac function during sleep, airflow dynamics and resistance, and more!If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkinFor more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
  • Episode 260: Reshaping Health Through Nasal Breathing with Dr. Shehab Faragallah

    57:07
    This week on the podcast, Hallie welcomes back Dr. Shehab Faragallah, a seasoned dentist with more than 20 years of experience on the Gold Coast. Since 2017, he has been dedicatedly serving at Gold Coast Holistic Dental Care. Dr. Faragalla is particularly passionate about oral myology and is a co-founder of Myospots Australia.Tune in as Dr. Shehab and Hallie talk about the vital connection between oral rest posture, nasal breathing, and overall well-being. They shed light on how tongue position can significantly impact one’s health and emphasize the importance of nasal breathing for maintaining good health.They also explore the concept of lip taping, discussing both its potential benefits and drawbacks, and highlight the importance of individualization, especially when considering children and MORE!If this episode has resonated with you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening, post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag Hallie @halliebulkin and Dr. Shehab @myospotsFor more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com 
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