Tongue Tie

Chances are, you, or someone you know, is affected by a tongue-tie, which impacts nursing, feeding, and speech, as well as can result in sleep-disordered breathing, enlarged tonsils, ear infections, dental abnormalities, neck pain, and headaches.

Sleep-Disordered Breathing

These symptoms include snoring, mouth breathing, sleep apnea, daytime sleepiness, poor jaw growth/muscle tone, small upper airways, bed-wetting, and morning headaches.

Mouth Breathing

Can ascerbate health problems such as fatigue, excess weight, headaches, chronic pain, chronic dry lips, junk food cravings, nightmares, and stress in general.

Facial Posture

Cheeks, jaws, lips and tongue work as one complex unit which is responsible not only for clarity in speech and feeding, but also for portraying a satisfying smile when all systems are working for good health.

Why choose Nemeth OMT?

Customer Care

Nemeth OMT provides optimum treatment with a desire to help and improve their patients' overall health. We genuinely care about you and improving your quality of life. We will do all things possible to ensure you are satisfied and confident with the treatment you receive. We want to share the knowledge we have gained to aid in a happier, healthier, and improved community.

Excellent Service

Nemeth OMT offers consultation and therapy to aid in retraining and strengthening the tongue, lip, and cheek muscles to have better functionality for proper chewing, swallowing, speech, and breathing for day/night muscles. These areas of focus significantly affect our overall health, behaviors, habits, restfulness, and sense of well-being. Follow-up care for treatment that has required surgery or more involved procedures is also an essential aspect of overall success.

Our Core Values


We are committed to treat each person with a genuine concern for their overall health.


We will deliver quality care with the goal to improve the quality of your life.


We will do our part to ensure the best possible improvement from the beginning consultation to the completion of treatment with follow-up evaluation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of services are offered?

OMT incorporates a variety of exercises, training, education, and consulting for the differing disorders.

The Free Initial Consultation evaluates the needs and determines the specific therapy needed for that individual.

The 60-minute Comprehensive Evaluation gathers information necessary to create an individualized treatment plan, as well as provides a baseline for future reference.

After that, 60-minute therapy sessions will be recommended in accordance with the treatment plan.

Nemeth OMT values complete care and wants to ensure improvement and success from the Initial Consultation through the completion of treatment, with follow-up evaluation including post-referral treatment plans if necessary.

How much do the sessions cost?

The 60-minute Comprehensive Evaluation is $100, with continuing 60-minute treatment sessions for $95 per session. Insurance is not accepted at this time, however, therapy can be paid through an HSA account.

How many sessions are required to fix an issue?

The individualized treatment plan varies according to our information gathered during the Comprehensive Evaluation. The number of therapy sessions recommended is typically linked to the duration a disorder has been present in the patient, and how long they have struggled with compensating habits.

An example of compensation in newborns while nursing begins at birth and may be corrected in a short time (4-6 weeks). A possible frenectomy and exercises to maintain the corrected frenum pull may also be recommended for best results.

Another example of compensating habits begin as females enter menopause and struggle with muscle and skeletal atrophy which may require more time (12-16 months) to strengthen the needed muscles, possible opening of airways through added orthodontic treatment, and follow-up treatment.

What can I expect at each session?

The Free Initial Consultation identifies the incorrect functions to determine the needed treatment plan.

The Comprehensive Evaluation will involve taking measurements, a complete exam of the facial complex, photos of facial postures, and simple facial exercises.

The therapy sessions following will include learning and practicing exercises that will correct compensating habits and strengthen muscles.

At the Final Evaluation, measurements, exams, and photos will be used to evaluate results.