Welcome to Right Bite! We are a team of Speech-Language Pathologists who have dedicated ourselves to treating children and adults with feeding disorders and orofacial myofunctional disorders. We believe in integrating holistic and evidence-based approaches in order to support our clients! We are so happy you're here, by visiting our site you have already taken the first step in unlocking you and/or your child's full potential. Give us a call to discuss your journey thus far at (210) 256-9859.
Do you have an evaluation scheduled with us?
Click the link below to find a list of materials to bring.
What is a Pediatric Feeding Disorder?
Consensus Definition and Conceptual Framework
SOS Approach to Feeding
A look into the evidence supporting SOS approach to feeding.
Beckman Oral Motor Program
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about OMDs
Preparing for a Clinic Evaluation
"From the very first phone call, I have had the best experience with Right Bite. They are compassionate, clear and prompt communicators, flexible, patient and so skilled in what they do. There's a lot of mess and chaos to navigate as a medical mom, but I have experienced neither with Right Bite. I have only had positive interactions and experiences.
Our therapist, Morgan, has been our biggest advocate and is both a specialist in her field and also helps to holistically assess my baby, considering the impact of his other functions on his feeding. She is warm and competent and adaptable, which is so helpful because babies are so unpredictable. She goes above and beyond in our therapy sessions as well as being accessible outside of session times.
I would wholeheartedly recommend these therapists to any family with a child struggling with feeding issues."
"Samantha was extremely helpful and enjoyable to work with. She took her time working with my son and was extremely patient. Samantha had a great breadth of knowledge and was exceptional about explaining the exercises and stretches required to help my son meet his goals. My son had issues with latch, tongue guarding, and needed help post lip and tongue tie release. I would wholeheartedly recommend Rite Bite to anyone with any feeding concerns."
"Highly recommend this company. Morgan did an exceptional job pre and post surgery. My daughter was tongue tied and she knew the right exercises, therapy, etc. We worked with her at our home and within 2.5 weeks our daughter could take a bottle. She is very patient, kind, and great with babies. She even periodically still gets with us to make sure everything is still going okay with our daughter. She is wonderful!
"There is so much I could say but I’ll start with Sam is a God send. She has been helping my family since my baby was three months through 6 months. With all of her help, we have overcome Lip tie revision, two tongue tie revisions, torticollis and tight jaw, dairy sensitivity. Her communication and partnership is phenomenal. She led the partnership between all of my baby’s medical providers. She came to our swallow study just so she could see the testing in person and not just take a radiologists report and so she could tailor therapy based on the findings. She worked with my child care providers so they could feed based on what worked for my baby. You can tell Sam has a passion for helping her patients. I am so thankful for Sam and no amount of words could truly express my gratitude. If you ever find yourself needing a speech therapist, make sure you call these ladies."
Why Right Bite Feeding and Myofunctional Therapy?
We believe in treating orofacial myofunctional disorders and feeding disorders not only at an early age-but across the lifespan. Empowering our clients and their families throughout their treatment plans allows for faster and more consistent generalization of skills, meaning the benefits of therapy come sooner and last longer. This may look different depending on the client’s age and individual needs; for children, treatment reduces mealtime stress for parents and children, improving dynamics at home. For adults, teaching optimal oral resting posture and chewing patterns may mean relief from TMD pain, and better sleep at night. Teaching the body to optimally eat, breathe, and speak has a direct impact on their quality of life- no matter what age. Right Bite's team of specialized Speech-Language Pathologists believe that every client deserves a custom and comprehensive plan of care, contact us to begin your journey with Right Bite!