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The Tongue Tie Experts Podcast

Lisa Paladino CNM IBCLC

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Lisa Paladino discusses topics related to tongue tie and breastfeeding, from her unique perspective as a Midwife and Lactation Consultant with over 30 years of experience. If you are a parent looking for information beyond what google is telling you, or a professional who is curious to learn more than what you learned in school on this topic, this podcast is for you. A gentle disclaimer. Please do not consider anything discussed on this podcast, by myself or any guest of the podcast, to be m ...
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Professional Course Waiting List - ENHANCED pro course coming in August! https://www.tonguetieexperts.net/waiting-list In this conversation, Lisa Paladino covers the team approach to tongue tie treatment, emphasizing the importance of a comprehensive and collaborative approach involving various professionals. It discusses the assessment, referral, …
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On this episode, Lisa chats with Dr. Chelsea Pinto, introducing a different paradigm for treatment of families whose infants have oral restrictions. Topics Discussed: Importance of a feminine approach in infant care. Empowering parents in caring for their infants. Creating a supportive and comfortable environment for mothers. Addressing the emotion…
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Tongue tie treatment is so much more than "clipping a frenum". In this episode, Lisa shares some of what she included in assessment and treatment of dyads suffering with breastfeeding (or bottle feeding) dysfunction. Important links mentioned: Understanding Milk Supply for Medical and Birth Professionals Use code PODCAST15 for 15% off Professional …
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Lisa Paladino discusses the challenges professionals face when assessing and treating infants with tongue or lip tie. include determining the right time for release, the importance of proper lactation support, educating families, and addressing previous misinformation. Lisa emphasizes individualized care and functional evaluation by a lactation con…
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In this week's episode, Casey Quinn-Daly shares her experiences navigating the healthcare system, as a provider herself, for her son's feeding difficulties and other medical concerns. She discusses the challenges she faced with breastfeeding a tongue and lip-tied infant, the importance of finding the right healthcare providers, and the need for pro…
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In this episode, join Lisa Paladino as she discusses the myths and misconceptions sent in by our listeners about the confusing world of tongue tie, lip tie, and breastfeeding. Lisa expertly navigates through topics such as "stretching" of tongue ties, the effectiveness of releasing ties, and the profound impact these ties can have on breastfeeding.…
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If you work with infants and support or offer tongue tie treatment, learning what can go wrong will help you to have better outcomes with your patients/clients. In this episode, the Lisa discusses the potential complications and risks associated with tongue tie treatment. The goal of tongue tie treatment is to achieve functional use of the tongue. …
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In this episode, Lisa Paladino chats with Renee Beebe to discuss their experiences as authors of books about breastfeeding and tongue tie. They talk about the challenges of writing and publishing, the importance of visuals in education, and overcoming imposter syndrome. They also share their experiences as grandparents and how it has influenced the…
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In this encore episode, Lisa discusses the controversy of timing of tongue tie release, including hospital identification of tongue ties and the possible downsides of early treatment without a complete functional assessment. She discusses why her practice has evolved from recommending immediate release, to a slower approach, utilizing a holistic, t…
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How do oral restrictions express in an adult? Listen to the story of Noa Bricklin, a twenty-nine year old woman nearing the end of a seven year journey to correct her tongue tie, and the insidious side effects it has had on her health. Noa shares her journey of her tongue tie diagnosis, the connection she discovered between tongue tie and her lifel…
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Tables turned for this episode as Lisa is interviewed by Jacqueline Kincer for her podcast. It's a fun and informative conversation as we muse about what we wish parents and providers understood about breastfeeding and tongue tie from a lactation perspective, the team approach that we both practice, and how we share a mission to help families meet …
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In this episode, Lisa Paladino interviews Christina Goodheart MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S to discuss the importance of collaboration and building a community of care in the field of tongue tie and oral restrictions. They share their personal experiences and backgrounds as speech language pathologist and IBCLC. Takeaways: Collaboration and interdisciplinary …
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In this episode, Lisa discusses the frustration, and expresses some strong emotion, surrounding the issue of breastfeeding pain and the misconception of breastfeeding as selfish. She emphasizes that breastfeeding shouldn't always hurt and highlights the importance of support and help for breastfeeding mothers. Lisa's book mentioned in the episode: …
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In this episode, Lisa discusses a research study about buccal ties and shares her personal opinion on the topic. The study can be found here: The buccal frenum: Trends in diagnosis and indications for treatment of buccal-ties among 466 healthcare professionals. Baxter R, Merkel-Walsh R, Lahey L, Knutsen C, Zaghi S. The buccal frenum: Trends in diag…
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This week's episode is a response to an article in the NY Times regarding tongue tie treatment. The article featured my colleague, Dr. Scott Siegel. In this episode, which was recorded as an Instagram Live event, you'll hear more of the story including: - My letter to the editor of the NY Times, which can be found here: https://www.tonguetieexperts…
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We always want to be sure before we recommend or perform any procedure, especially for release of lip and tongue tie. In this solo encore episode, Lisa shares her protocols for assessing readiness for frenotomy/frenectomy in breastfeeding infants. The 5 points she presents are based on her experience as a midwife/lactation consultant with over 30 y…
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Special Giving Tuesday Encore Presentation Please listen to this episode to hear a moving story of hope, healing and advocacy. Donate here: https://www.airwayrevolution.org/donate ******************************************* Dr. Victor Avis, and his daughter, Sydney Avis are asking us all to join The Airway Revolution What is an Airway Revolution? A…
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Of course we want every infant to receive the best possible care, and avoid ill-timed or unnecessary procedures. Treatment for tongue and lip tie is often needed, but not always done for the right reasons or with the right planning and preparedness. In this episode, Lisa Paladino discusses five types of situations that she has witnessed with less t…
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Welcome to a special encore episode of the Tongue Tie Experts podcast. We are thrilled that the podcast is becoming so popular, thanks to all of you! Since we have new listeners, replaying the very first episode seems appropriate. Speaking of new listeners, if you are wondering about me, and what brings me to this work, the podcast introduction is …
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Connecting the dots between dentistry, anthropology, nutrition and airway with Dr. Kevin Boyd. Topics discussed: The development of the shape of the human skull and how it relates to what our ancestors ate Evolutionary fitness Responsibility for risk assessment for airway disorders Recognizing that most of our work in this area was not what we lear…
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This episode, we are sharing Lisa's interview as a guest on the The Un-a-Parent Podcast with Katia Reguero Lindor. The Un-a-Parent Podcast delivers "deeply human stories about the unapparent truths of parenting". I know you'll love it as much as I do. In this episode, Katia had questions for Lisa on many topics, including: Katia’s dedication to bre…
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In this episode, Lisa Paladino interviews one of her lactation heroes, Catherine Watson Genna BS, IBCLC, about her research, mentorship, tongue tie and other conditions that prevent comfortable and effective milk transfer at the breast or bottle. Topics discussed: Research showing quantitative changes in tongue movement in infants with tongue tie, …
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Meet the Tongue Tie Team: Lori L. Overland, M.S., CCC-SLP, C/NDT, CLC, FOM Knowing the type of providers on the Tongue Tie Treatment Team, what they do for infants, and why, is vital to understanding the process. In this episode, Lisa Paladino interviews Lori L. Overland, M.S., CCC-SLP, C/NDT, CLC. Topics discussed: The vital collaboration between …
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Welcome to the Tongue Tie Experts Podcast. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, we're dedicating this episode to the beautiful journey of breastfeeding, all of you incredible moms, and the people who support you. Our host, Lisa Paladino, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), is here to celebrate the power of breastfeeding …
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Meet the Tongue Tie Team: Physical Therapist Knowing the type of providers on the Tongue Tie Treatment Team, what they do for infants, and why, is vital to understanding the process. In this encore episode, Lisa Paladino interviews Elizabeth Morel, Licensed Physical Therapist, owner of Little Movers PT in New Jersey. Topics discussed: Role of physi…
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Are you curious about the popularity of "snoring cures"? This week's episode features Jennifer Rooney of REMastered Sleep. Topics discussed: How snoring occurs and why it's a symptom of airway dysfunction. What myofunctional therapy is and how it helps with snoring. The importance of tongue up posture and nasal breathing. Discussion of the REMpleni…
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Want to learn more about Tongue Tie? https://www.tonguetieexperts.net/Links SUMMER SALE - sign up today here: Professional's Guide to Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant with 4 LCerps now included. Watch at your own pace and earn lactation credit. But this isn't just for lactation consultants. ALL members of the Tongue Tie Team are welcome and w…
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Please enjoy this encore of our very first broadcast. If you're new to the podcast, this a great place to start learning. If not, it's a perfect review of the basics. What the heck are TOTs? This episode features introductory information about tongue and lip tie, some important definitions, and the signs and symptoms that I look for, as a lactation…
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In this episode Lisa interviews Katie Clark, a Certified Lactation Educator, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, and IBCLC candidate, also known as the Breastfeeding Mama. The episode focuses on Katie's passion for helping mothers meet their breastfeeding goals, which she discovered through her own breastfeeding journeys - each different - with her…
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Why does Breastfeeding Matter for Airway & Breathing? Breastfeeding success or challenges can be symptomatic of underlying problems with structure and function of airway. In this episode, Lisa shares her unique perspective as a midwife, lactation consultant and airway advocate discussing concepts such as: * The controversy of suggesting that breast…
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"No mother should have to go through this". Join Lisa as she chats with a like-mined IBCLC Danielle Gauss, aka the "Booby Fairy", about many topics related to professional and personal journeys, and how they intersect, including: - How breastfeeding experiences can be different between first and second babies (hint: it doesn't always get easier). -…
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We always want to be sure before we recommend or perform any procedure. In this solo episode, Lisa shares her protocols for assessing readiness for frenotomy/frenectomy in breastfeeding infants. The 5 points she presents are based on her experience as a midwife/lactation consultant with over 30 years of experience. _________________________________…
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Are you curious about Osteopathy and Manual Therapies? This week's episode features Samara Stein, Registered Massage Therapist & Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. Topics discussed: Samara explains what an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner does and which babies can benefit. Lisa and Samara discuss the term "body work" and explore alternative descriptio…
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Did you know that the way a child breathes will impact every aspect of their development including their sleep quality, learning, behaviour, jaw and facial development, speech, and future health? In this episode, Lisa Paladino interviews Dr. Shereen Lim about her work and her book, Breath, Sleep, Thrive: Discover how airway health can unlock your c…
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In this episode Lisa interviews hospital based Lactation Consultant, Carmen Baker, IBCLC Topics discussed: 1. The role of an IBCLC to support early breastfeeding 2. The power of breastfeeding support groups and continuity of care 3. The three most common challenges to exclusive breastfeeding in the hospital, from Carmen's point of view 4. The best …
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In this episode Lisa Paladino interviews Dr. Rishita Jaju. Topics discussed: - Optimal timing of release of tongue and lip tie - Visual vs Functional release for infants - Immediate hospital release vs waiting and preparing. - Maternal and family assessment of readiness - Importance of lactation care and body work for complete release and optimal r…
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"Outsourcing your health to someone else hardly ever works. You must be educated to be empowered in your health journey" Nicole Jardim. This episode features Nicole Jardim, certified women’s health coach, author and podcaster. We discuss her challenging journey through tongue tie (and other tether) release, including: - How she discovered that she …
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Back by popular demand - our popular (and free) webinar. It's February 8, 2023. Click here to sign up: 5 Facts Breastfeeding Babies Want You to Know About Tongue Tie **************************** Please listen to this episode to hear a moving story of hope, healing and advocacy. Dr. Victor Avis, and his daughter, Sydney Avis are asking us all to joi…
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Celebrating the First Birthday of Tongue Tie Experts Podcast! Thanks fo all of you for making the success happen. On this episode, recorded live on IG, Lisa answers questions from our community. Listen for discussion about: Should all tongue and lip ties be corrected? What are the instances when tongue tie correction would not be recommended? Can y…
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In this episode Lisa and Karese discuss: - Connecting the dots between tongue tie, and symptoms of breathing dysfunction, sleep, mental well-being and behavior. - One family's journey: Four children with different manifestations of oral dysfunction, and how Karese built a career as she learned how to heal them. - How the myofunctional therapist fit…
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We are sad to share news of Lisa's dad's passing this week. In this brief episode, Lisa shares a message of gratitude, plans for the podcast, and a request. Let's keep the mission alive through the rest of 2022. Thanks so much! Tongue Tie Experts freebies and pro and parent's programs https://www.tonguetieexperts.net/Links Follow us on Instagram an…
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In this episode you'll hear about our annual gratitude sale: Professional's Guide to Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant is half price for my birthday this year. Click the link for all the details and to sign up: https://www.tonguetieexperts.net/ProfessionalCourse 3 Facts about Tongue Tie that Breastfeeding Babies Want You to Know: 1. There is n…
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Today you'll hear about our gratitude sale: Professional's Guide to Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant is half price for my birthday this year. This week's episode features a warrior parent. The true experts on tongue tie are the parents - especially those who have struggled to find answers for their child's feeding challenges, and wind up lear…
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There are few people who are certified to treat oral dysfunction (tongue tie, etc) throughout the lifespan, and Lisa is excited to share this conversation with one of them, Autumn Henning MS, CCC-SLP, COM®, IBCLC. Topics we discussed: - The symptoms of tongue tie in different age groups - The importance of multidisciplinary approach at all life sta…
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Did you know that one of the most common reasons that moms stop breastfeeding is fear of not having enough milk? How do we know if a baby is getting enough milk? In this special encore episode, you will learn how much milk a baby actually needs, how we know there is enough, myths about milk supply, and signals that may indicate when further help is…
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Welcome to a special episode of our podcast, a little different than most. Actually, it may be my most vulnerable episode ever. The tables are turned, and you’ll hear me, Lisa Paladino, being interviewed by Lo Nigrosh about my personal experiences with birth and breastfeeding. If you’ve ever wondered how I got from someone born into, and working in…
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Meet the Tongue Tie Team: In this episode Lisa Paladino interviews Scott A. Siegel MD, DDS, FACS, FICS, FAAP, global leader in laser lip and tongue tie release, located in New York City. Topics discussed: How an oral & maxillofacial surgeon evolved his practice into caring for breastfeeding infants, what to expect when you make an appointment for r…
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Erika Higginbottom MS, OTR/L is an occupational therapist and owner of OT By Mommy, a private pediatric practice, on the North Shore of MA. She specializes in the precrawling infant and pre/post frenectomy therapy. Erika has trainings in the Tummy Time! Method, pre/post frenectomy care, sensory processing, visual-vestibular techniques, oral motor s…
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Should we release tongue ties to prevent future problems? Join Lisa today as she considers if tongue tie should be released to prevent the future problems of speech and airway disorders. You'll hear a bit of her story as well. It's the perfect time to sign up for Professional’s Guide To Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant The Autumn sale is goin…
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In this episode, Lisa is excited to interview Dr. Jessica Leighton, one of the first graduates of the program, Professional’s Guide To Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant. As a Pediatric Chiropractor, and mother of two children who both had lip and tongue ties, Dr. Leighton knows first hand how troubling they can be to new parents and infants. I…
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