B Appl HSc (Oral Health) - UQ
Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist and Oral Health Therapist
Cheree is an Oral Health Therapist and has been practicing Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy since 2014. She graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Oral Health) in 2000 and has worked in a variety of dental practices since, in Sydney and Brisbane. Currently she practices dentistry in a busy neuromuscular, sleep and orthopaedic orthodontic practice in Brisbane.
She has a strong preventive focus which she applies to all aspects of her life. Her own personal experiences with mouth breathing, jaw pain, headaches as well as seeing her own children develop poor myofunctional habits, led her on a journey towards studying Orofacial Myology.
Cheree is also an educator and inventor through her other business - The Centre of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy. With her co-founder, Bridget Ingle, they run various workshops for health professionals and have produced an orofacial measuring device, the MyoMate, which is sold all around the world.
Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Oral Health) University of Qld - Dean's Commendation
The Australian Orofacial Myology Lecture Series - Introductory and Advanced Orofacial Myology courses
IAOM Introductory and Advance course, Make the Connections - Mary Billings and Dianah Davidson
Coulson Institute - Advance Orofacial Myology course
Myofunctional Research Co. - Introductory and Advanced Myofunctional Orthodontics courses
Las Vegas Institute - Myofunctional Therapy
Buteyko Breathing - Patrick McKeown