Speech-Language Pathology
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Speech-Language Pathology

If you are dealing with a speech or swallowing disorder, we have the therapy tools and services to help you.

Conditions We Treat

Our team may be able to help improve issues related to speech, language and swallowing following a stroke, surgery, head/neck cancer, concussion or brain tumor. We can also provide support for those with progressive neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s or Multiple Sclerosis.

We can take care of your voice after surgery or change in voice projection/use.  

Some common areas of concern our team addresses are as follows:

  • Difficulty with memory, attention, thinking or problem solving
  • Difficulty with return to school or work following injury
  • Difficulty with thinking of words
  • Difficulty with understanding what others are saying to you
  • Difficulty with reading or writing
  • Difficulty with speaking clearly or being understood by others
  • Difficulty or loss of speech due to progressive disease such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Difficulty with choking, coughing or feeling food stuck in your throat
  • Difficulty using your voice for speaking or singing or pain with voice use
  • Difficulty breathing during exercise or athletics due to vocal cord dysfunction

Speech-Language Pathology Services and Treatments

By the end of your therapy, our goal is for you to have improved speech and language expression, comprehension and swallowing function. Some of the services and treatments that we offer to help you are:

  • Cognitive rehabilitation (memory, concentration)
  • Return to work or school following concussion or head injury
  • Neurological rehabilitation following stroke, head injury or progressive neurological impairment
  • Lee Silverman voice treatment
  • Videofluoroscopic swallowing assessment
  • Therapeutic exercise with swallowing following neurological or progressive neurological impairments
  • Therapeutic exercise with swallowing following surgery for head/neck cancer or radiation/chemotherapy
  • VitalStim swallowing therapy
  • Voice rehabilitation following surgical interventions such as nodule removal, vocal fold paralysis or thyroidectomy as well as behavioral rebalancing for speaking and singing needs

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