Speech Pathology

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) work with patients who have speech, language, voice, fluency, or swallowing speechpathologistdisorders.  They may work in hospitals or clinics, private practice, schools or universities, nursing homes, or research laboratories.  They perform examinations, tests, and evaluations as well as provide treatment. 

Speech and Language Pathologist often:

  • Identify and evaluate speech language disorders
  • Conduct speech and language research
  • Plan and direct therapy for speech impairments
  • Provide educational, medical, and professional consultation.

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Types of rehabilitation therapy services we offer

Rehabilitation Services

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Pathology

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Contractual Services

  • Home Health
  • Nursing Homes
  • Hospitals
  • Industrial Rehabilitation
  • School Services

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Consulting and Job Site Analysis

  • Occupational Medicine
  • Workers Safety Training
  • Ergonomic Work Site Evaluations
  • Visual Aids

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Athletic Training

  • Sports related injuries
  • Provide immediate care/first aid
  • Assist with preventative care
  • Diagnosis and assess injuries
  • Treatment and Rehab Service

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