Your source for speech, language, and myofunctional therapy in the
Front Range.



Since 2008, the Speech and Myofunctional Clinic of the Front Range has been providing compassionate, individualized care for the treatment of speech, language, and orofacial myofunctional disorders.
Anne Venables Eigner owns and operates the clinic. Anne is a licensed speech-language pathologist, holding her certificate of clinical competence with the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). Anne is also a certified orofacial myofunctional therapist with the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM).

Common Questions

What is myofunctional therapy? Myofunctional therapy is a method of treatment that teaches correct muscle patterns for breathing, swallowing and chewing.
What are orofacial myofunctional disorders? An orofacial myofunctional disorder exists when muscles of the face and mouth assume incorrect patterns that, in turn, make significant changes to dentoskeletal growth.
What can you help me or my child with? Difficulties with speech sound production/articulation. Orofacial myofunctional disorders which include
Check out the Speech and Myofunctional Services pages for more information.
What ages do you work with? Toddlers to adults.
Do you meet with clients in person or virtually? All initial evaluations are completed in person. Therapy sessions are typically conducted in person although a combination of in person and online sessions is a possibility.
Combining expertise and 17+ years of experience to provide compassionate, client-centered care.

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