Skilled speech pathologists help patients restore communications skills and swallowing ability. They evaluate and treat a range of conditions, including articulation difficulties and language, cognitive, swallowing, voice, and fluency disorders. Special services include:
- Lee Silverman Voice therapy
- Swallowing therapy for adults
- Aphasia therapy
- Pediatric speech therapy
Speech-language pathology may help patients with the following diseases or syndromes: aphasia/apraxia/dysarthria; neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson's disease, ALS, and head trauma; alaryngeal speech; problems relating from head and neck cancer; dysphagia; voice disorders; stuttering; articulation disorders; children's speech and language disorders; accent reduction; and cognitive disorder.