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Randall Langston, MD, ENT

My name is Randall Langston.  I have a Doctor of Medicine degree from University of Miami, Fl. I am a Board Certified Otolaryngologist (Ear, Nose, and Throat specialist.) I am nearly 70 years old I am retired after 30 years private practice in ENT and Allergy. I am also retired from the US Naval Reserve. I have had training in Maharishi Ayurveda at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa.
I have had a long interest in Complementary Alternative Medicine and used it while in practice. But now I have found the missing link to all of this which is breathing as presented by Mike White and the Optimal Breathing School. It has been become so obvious that every "condition" is made better or worse by how we breathe. I have had some severe breathing challenges myself and did not know there was any permanent help available until I met Mike through Breathing.com and began the program. I am working with it daily and am happy with my steady progress.
During my last two years of practice I had the opportunity to work at Eglin Air Force Base with VA and young active duty patients. One of the problems that defied logic was obstructive sleep apnea which can be found at any age. Now I realize that breathing properly is the missing link. Also severe voice problems such as spasmodic dysphonia can be made better with breathing training. Our only other therapy for SD is Botox which works well but unfortunately only about four months.
My goal is to assist people from a truly global approach to health through correction of Unbalanced Dysfunctional Breathing, diet, exercise, herbs and supplements where appropriate and referral for other modalities such as massage'  Rolfing, Chiropractic, Acupuncture etc. Yes, there will be times when people will need appropriate referrals for conventional therapies. If your arm is broken you would not go to the health food store would you?
Basically I view myself as a health counselor, coach, and triage person helping people in an eclectic approach to life. And most importantly with emphasis on the spiritual development.  

The OBDSA-1&2 course was outstanding. I learned more in 3 days then I have in  years. The course was clear and concise. I think this knowledge really needs to get out to the world.

Email from client related to proposed surgery.
Subject: Fwd: Re: deviated septum surgery

First let me start by telling you how pleased I am with the puchase of my HearFones. Not really sure how I survived as a singer for over 25 years without them. I'm like a kid with a new toy, thank you. I write to ask a question regarding septoplasty. My ENT just recently diagnosed me with a severly deviated septum, (more S shaped than straight), and recommended that I have surgery to repair. Now I understand why I'm never able to breath out of both nostrils. I am very concerned about any changes that may occur in my singing voice. I have been assured that my breathing will improve significantly, but it is really not worth it to me if it affects my singing voice in a negative way, please give me your professional thoughts on my situation. Any information that you can provide will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

mike Asked Dr. Langston: His reply follows.

Hi Mike
I did many septoplasties and this will not change singing voice at all. Unless singer sings through the nose instead of correct placement and projection. I too am a singer and have sung tenor solos in "The Messiah" as well as other cantatas and oratorios.Some musicals including Gilbert and Sullivan as well as many weddings and of course church choirs. Really the improved breathing should help with breath control. When I was in Navy during Viet Nam war in Yokosuka Japan I operated on a Navy fellow who had never smelled the Binjo ditches in Japan. Afterwards he could smell quite well and asked if we could put the obstruction back. (Kidding).
If this gentleman has other questions he can write me at rglangston@cox.net
Hope this is helpful
Hope to see you again sometime

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