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While language pathologists do not have direct involvement in the treatment of dizziness and balance disorders, they do treat a variety of afflictions that patients may have as co-morbidities. If you’re experiencing any sort of voice, swallowing, or cognitive-linguistic disorder, Greater Buffalo Centers for Dizziness & Balance can assess, treat, and educate you and your family members about speech therapy. Get in touch with us for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Comprehensive Speech Therapy for Buffalo, NY
Speech therapy is a process that can assist a patient with speaking and swallowing. Our licensed speech therapy staff works directly with our patients who suffer from aphasia (loss of ability to understand or express speech), dysarthria (motor speech disorder that produces difficulty speaking), and dysphagia (the loss or difficulty swallowing). We perform comprehensive evaluations and perform the necessary treatments based on those results. Our speech therapy staff has the knowledge and compassion to assist with any speech disorder and works diligently to help regain a sense of normalcy. If you need reliable and extensive speech therapy services, look no further than the Greater Buffalo Centers for Dizziness & Balance.
The goals of therapy include language comprehension, pronunciation, problem-solving and memory improvement, less coughing/choking while eating and drinking and improved vocal quality. Many patients, following a concussion, benefit from cognitive treatment of speech therapy provided by speech or language pathologists. We proudly serve Western New York including Buffalo, Clarence, West Seneca, Orchard Park, Cheektowaga, Amherst, Williamsville, Hamburg, Lancaster, Elma, NY and the surrounding area.
Our Voice and Swallowing Therapy includes the following:
Our professionals have worked with many patients, not all having the same kind of speech and voice concern. Our speech therapy methods have covered pediatric disorders and delays, articulation disorders, speech and language delays, fluency and stuttering disorders, cognitive disorders, swallowing disorders, voice disorders, aural rehabilitation, and more. For more questions on our process evaluation patients, come visit our facility.