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Mother and Baby



Specializing in babies and children with TOTs (tethered oral tissues).


Do any of the following sound like your baby?

  • Latch issues

  • Lip blisters

  • Falls asleep quickly while feeding

  • Wakes often to feed

  • Reflux, lots of spit up, gassy, hiccups

  • Anterior milk loss

  • Gumming or chewing nipples (breast or bottle)

  • Aspiration

  • Poor weight gain

  • Clicking/smacking noise while eating

  • Excessive drooling

  • Gagging, choking on milk

  • Popping off nipple to take breath

  • Combative behaviors

  • Snoring, noisy breathing, congestion, mouth breathing

If so, reach out using the link below to find out how I can help!



Christine Loeb, SLP & Feeding Therapist

Hi, I'm Christine. I'm a Speech-Language Pathologist with almost 10 years of experience working with little ones. I specialize in infant and pediatric feeding therapy, specifically kiddos with TOTs (tethered oral tissues). I am also a mom of two; both who had their own feeding difficulties with tongue, lip, and buccal ties. They set me on this path and ignited my passion to help parents and babies navigate their feeding journeys.


Evaluations and

Therapy Sessions



Want to book a virtual consult? Email me using the link below to schedule or find out more!


All things feeding and speech/language development in one convenient location.

Nursing Newborn

Prices & Fees

Mouth Moves SLP is private pay only at this time. Working independently of insurance companies provides me the flexibility in tailoring treatment to your baby's individual needs. I am not limited to a certain number of sessions, burdened with proving medical necessity, or restricted by diagnosis codes. Together, we can determine goals that are most valuable to you and your baby.

A super bill can be provided at your request. This is a document that can be submitted to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. It is your responsibility to contact your insurance company to determine what out-of-network services are covered.

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