Breath at Night: Screening for Sleep Disordered Breathing 

Friday, March 26, 2021, 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM

Session Description 

A majority of clients seek SI to reduce chronic pain. Among people with chronic pain the incidence of Sleep Disordered Breathing (SBD) is much higher than in the general population. 20% of the general population has SBD. Thus, many of our clients with chronic pain also have some form of sleep disordered breathing. With (SDB) nightly tissue damage from low oxygenation, and lack of tissue repair from interrupted sleep perpetuates, and often cases causes chronic pain. Screening for this cluster of conditions and referring clients for full assessment and treatment is a valuable, even life-saving service to clients. For client and practitioner alike, when SDB is present, adequate treatment reduces the frustration of treatment results that seem not to last. Sleep Disordered Breathing syndrome has many different presentations. Sometimes the signs are subtle. In this workshop learn the signs of SBD and subtleties of screening for this cluster of disorders.




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Jeff Burch
Hands on Therapies

BA Biology 1975
Rofling Certification 1977
Advanced Rolfing Certification 1990
BA Psychology 1993
MS Counseling 1995
Extensive Cranial training with Alain Gehin DO 1996-2000
Extensive Upldedger craniosacral training 1996- 2005
Training to the Instructor level in Barral Visceral Manipulation 1998-2005
Extensive CE teaching 1998 to the present
IASI Conference presenter Denver
IASI Conference presenter Vancouver



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