Med Speech Services

MedSpeech, Inc. and The Voice and Swallow Center, Inc. offer the intangibles that are lacking in the current Health Care market. We are readily accessible and are strong advocates for providing the highest quality, state of the art speech-language pathology treatment.

MedSpeech, Inc. and The Voice and Swallow Center, Inc. offer the following procedures to assist community physicians with differential diagnosis and management of voice, swallowing, and neurogenic speech and language disorders:

Swallowing Disorders

Normal swallowing is necessary to control one’s secretions as well as to support adequate nutrition. People eat as much more for pleasure than to supply the body with fuel. Indeed, most of our social activities and holidays involve eating. “What’s for dinner?” is a common daily question in most households.

So when Dysphagia, or swallowing difficulty interferes with an individual ability to eat normally their daily life is significantly impacted.  More Info…

Voice & Airway Disorders

“Every voice is unique, like a finger print”. Using biofeedback, the goal of vocal habilitation is to train each individual strategies to maximize their best vocal quality. Increased education regarding vocal fold physiology and biomechanics helps each one to establish their healthy balance of relaxed diaphragmatic breathing, relaxed phonation and open resonance. Vocal flexibility and freedom is developed.  More Info…

Neurogenic Disorders

Neurogenic and motor speech disorders cover a wide variety of disorders that impact one’s speech and language. Most common are… More Info…

Pediatric Speech/Language and Swallowing/Feeding Disorders

Every aspect of communication from articulation to language and Pragmatics. Articulation is the specific speech sounds and how the sounds are formed. Language are the words used and how they are organized into sentences. Pragmatics is social skills.

Pediatric feeding include Tongue Thrust, Disorders of chewing and swallowing. Impairments may be due to low/high tone or hypotonia/hypertonia, tongue tie or Ankyloglossia, or dental/orthodontic concerns. All of the above are treated with behavior and manual therapy techniques. Orofacial Myology specialists treat all of these disorders. More Info…

Fluency

Fluency Disorders/Stuttering/Cluttering
“Fluency disorder” means the interruption or repetition of sounds, syllables, and words; prolongations of sounds; avoidance of words; silent blocks; or inappropriate inhalation, exhalation, or phonation patterns. These patterns may also be accompanied by facial and body movements associated with the effort to speak. Our experts have decades of experience working with people who stutter. We are well versed in differentiating normal childhood disfluency versus a true fluency disorder. More Info…

Wellness

The ability to communicate effectively is a skill that anyone may enhance.  More Info…