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Continuing Dixie's Story...

Well, hello there!

Welcome to another chapter…To say it has been a LONG and exhausting 3 months would be an understatement. So much has changed yet so much still remains the same. 981 more words

Research Tuesday: Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Dysphagia

by Cyndee Williams Bowen, SLP

Each month an ever increasing number of my fellow #SLPBloggers participate in Gray Matter Therapy’s #ResearchTuesday project. Follow this link… 452 more words

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A Trip to Holland

Today, Silas visited Baptist to have a procedure done in outpatient Radiology.  For months now, Silas has been throwing up sporadically, profusely, and even violently at times.  628 more words

Dysphagia in Children and Young Adults with Neuromuscular Disorders

Dysphagia in Children and Young Adults with Neuromuscular Disorders

By: Lenie van den Engel-Hoek, PhD

Speech Language Therapist and Researcher

Radboud Institute for Health Sciences, Department of Rehabilitation… 1,519 more words

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Dysphagia in Older Adults

Dysphagia is a common health concern amongst older adults due to normal age related changes as well as from health complications. Older adults who are at risk for dysphagia include those who have suffered from stroke or dementia because they have less control over muscle functions. 313 more words

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The Hidden Dysphagia: Exploring Dysphagia in Acute Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

The Hidden Dysphagia: Exploring Dysphagia in Acute Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

By: Jackie McRae BSc (Hons), MClinRes.; RegMRCSLT

In many textbooks, the signs of dysphagia are clear: weakness of the tongue or face, prolonged chewing, coughing after drinks, wet, gurgly voice, drooling (1). 1,286 more words

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About Strokes

Do you know someone who’s had a stroke? Have
you ever wondered how or perhaps why a stroke happens? Here are some basic facts to help shed light on this condition! 251 more words

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