Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is disruptive to sleep quality and has been related to multiple debilitating disorders and chronic health problems. Snoring and daytime fatigue are common symptoms. OSA related interruptions in breathing occur during sleep. These disorders are considered musculoskeletal imbalances. A consideration in these problems is improper development and alignment of the upper and lower jaws resulting in tongue and soft tissue blockage of the airway during sleep.