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The only board certified mobile swallow study service provider in New York State.

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The only board certified mobile swallow study service provider in New York State.

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Excellent Podcast

By Annie Duckett - Nov 28 2019
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I recently starting working with adults after a few years with peds. I stumbled upon this podcast and it has been LIFE CHANGING! I listen to it on my commute and I have learned so much valuable information about dysphagia. Every episode is super interesting and fun to listen to and is filled with awesome research and info. It’s taught me so much and inspired me to check out research and trainings I otherwise would not have known about. There is so much to learn about within our field and this podcast has become a regular part of my day. I feel like a better clinician because of what I have learned from this podcast. I love it! Keep up the good work!

Great podcast

By AngryBirdssss11 - Oct 27 2019
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Love the information in this podcast! As a graduate student I look forward to this podcast each week. It has given me a much more in depth knowledge about dysphagia and the medical side of speech-language pathology. My only wish is that more the podcast would feature more information about pediatric dysphagia/acute care pediatrics (not in the NICU). Keep up the great work!

iTunes Ratings

746 Ratings
Average Ratings
700
22
13
5
6

Excellent Podcast

By Annie Duckett - Nov 28 2019
Read more
I recently starting working with adults after a few years with peds. I stumbled upon this podcast and it has been LIFE CHANGING! I listen to it on my commute and I have learned so much valuable information about dysphagia. Every episode is super interesting and fun to listen to and is filled with awesome research and info. It’s taught me so much and inspired me to check out research and trainings I otherwise would not have known about. There is so much to learn about within our field and this podcast has become a regular part of my day. I feel like a better clinician because of what I have learned from this podcast. I love it! Keep up the good work!

Great podcast

By AngryBirdssss11 - Oct 27 2019
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Love the information in this podcast! As a graduate student I look forward to this podcast each week. It has given me a much more in depth knowledge about dysphagia and the medical side of speech-language pathology. My only wish is that more the podcast would feature more information about pediatric dysphagia/acute care pediatrics (not in the NICU). Keep up the great work!
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Podcast | Mobile FEES | Dysphagia Diagnostics & Swallow Studies

Latest release on Jul 16, 2020

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Rank #1: 001 – Ed Bice, M.Ed., CCC-SLP – Dispelling the Fatigue Myth and How We Should NOT Sit and Watch Our Patients Eat

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Today’s Swallow Your Pride guest is Ed Bice! Ed is one of the most intelligent and knowledgeable swallowologists out there. Somehow he is not a researcher, but he is so well-versed in the literature and is incredibly passionate about sharing the research with his colleagues. If I had to choose anyone to treat me or a family member with dysphagia, Ed would be at the top of my list.

Ed is currently a clinical consultant with ACP Synchrony who provides sEMG biofeedback devices to clinicians to use with their patients during dysphagia therapy. The Synchrony program uses an electrical stimulation waveform to enhance muscle strength and coordination required for normal swallowing.

In this episode, we dispel the myth that the swallow is subject to fatigue. Ed presents us with an incredible review of the muscle physiology, what exactly we can tell at the bedside, and why there is no value in sitting and watching your patient eat.

Ed also discusses several of his favorite research articles that have helped to shape his practice today.

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Sep 01 2017

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Rank #2: 049 – James Coyle PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, ASHA Fellow – Aspiration Pneumonia Does Not Always Mean Dysphagia, Poor Clinical Indicators, and the Use of High Flow Nasal Cannulas

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If you've ever worked with a patient with aspiration pneumonia then you should probably listen to this episode.

Did you know that aspiration pneumonia does NOT always mean a diagnosis of dysphagia?

Do you have any clue what you should know about a chest xray?

Do you still believe that all aspiration pneumonia occurs in the right lower lobe?

What about feeding your patients on a high flow nasal canula?

In this episode, Dr. Jim Coyle discusses ALL of this!

Just do your patients a favor and listen to this episode.

Find the show notes at http://bit.ly/SYPpodcast049

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Jul 24 2018

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Rank #3: 013 – Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP – Exercises, Exercises & More Exercises! Evidence-Based Treatment for Every Swallowing Impairment

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013 - Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP - Exercises, Exercises & More Exercises! Evidence-Based Treatment for Every Swallowing Impairment
On episode 013 of the Swallow Your Pride Podcast we have Rebecca Levy. Rebecca is an SLP currently in the role of Clinical Program Consultant for ACP’s Synchrony dysphagia program.  Rebecca has worked in healthcare for over 11 years.  Although she spent the first 2 years of her career in special education, she quickly realized that she had a passion for the geriatric setting and specifically working with patients with dysphagia.  She spent about 8 years in a SNF setting and 5 of those years she was a Director of Rehabilitation for her therapy program but never stepped away from treating.  She also spent some time doing private home health and worked on a mobile van completing videofluoroscopy.  Rebecca’s current role of clinical consultant is probably her most fulfilling, helping to educate other SLPs and helping them to get superior outcomes with their patients!

In this episode, we discuss ALL things exercise! Exercises, exercises, and more exercises! Rebecca goes through all 17 components of the MBSimp and provides evidence-based exercises for each swallowing impairment. The show notes for this episode can be found at www.swallowyourpridepodcast.com and there is a cheat sheet chart of all of the impairments, muscles and cranial nerves involved, as well as exercises for each component!

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Nov 08 2017

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Rank #4: 042 – Leslie R. Roerk, M.S., CCC-SLP, CDP, BCS-S – How Do We Assess Dysphagia In Patients With Dementia? A Review Of The SLPs Role

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How do you assess dysphagia in our patients with dementia? Just the normal oral mech exam? A FEES? A VFSS? Do you have to get creative? Maybe? We really just need to know a few key points about our patient and their progression in order to know the best way to assess their swallowing.

In this episode, Leslie Roerk dives in to everything the SLP should be aware of when assessing dysphagia in the dementia population, and the importance of utilizing the Global Deterioration Scale to guide us. She provides us with some great tips so that we are able to evaluate our patient's feeding, swallowing, behavioral, and/or communication needs to provide patient centered care.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast042.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Share this episode on Facebook or Twitter

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

May 23 2018

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Rank #5: 114 – Georgia Malandraki PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Understanding Neurophysiology of Swallowing Part 1: Foundational/Theoretical Knowledge

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Questioning the difference between compensation and rehabilitation? Why do we need to understand neurophysiology of swallowing? On this episode of The Swallow Your Pride podcast, the amazing Dr. Georgia Malandraki dives into these important topics and more. Be sure to check this one out and get the show notes for more information here: bit.ly/SYPpodcast114

Nov 20 2019

46mins

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Rank #6: 090 – Michael Crary, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA – McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Program

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The day has come for us to discuss the famous and beloved MDTP! Dr. Crary walks us through its research history, what MDTP can really do, and common misconceptions. He also shares some exciting new upcoming changes planned for this year (including hope for expanded course offerings)! Get the show notes here: bit.ly/SYPpodcast090

May 28 2019

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Rank #7: 074 – Kelsey Day M.S., CCC-SLP – Wait and See Is Not the Way: Trach, Vent, & Swallow in the ICU

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When is it too soon to see trach patients? In the OR. After that, they’re fair game. Kelsey Day explains how the PT ICU model of early mobility is a path we can follow as SLPs to get in early to work with vent-dependent patients to stop (and hopefully reverse) disuse atrophy.

Kelsey took us on a deep dive into vent settings & terminology (don’t worry, we took notes for you), to help you have a clearer idea of how sick or stable your vent-dependent ICU patients are on any given day. She also outlines how to plan for and complete swallow assessments in this population.

This is a two-part episode, so keep an eye out for the second half of our interview with Kelsey where she guides us through treatment choices for trach & vent-dependent ICU patients.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast074

Feb 06 2019

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Rank #8: 041- Raquel Garcia, M.S.,CCC-SLP, BSC-S – Feeding Tips and Tricks for Infants with Cleft Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies

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Do you work with babies or kids with cleft lips, cleft palates, or other craniofacial anomalies? Do you desire to work in a NICU or outpatient at a Children's Hospital, and wish you knew more about how to treat these kiddos?

In this episode, Rokki Garcia dives in to everything the SLP should be aware of when treating babies/kids with craniofacial anomalies or clefts. From some hallmark signs and symptoms, to the various brands of bottles on the market that allow Mom and baby to have the best feeding outcomes. Raquel provides a wealth of research to help us to create a reputable craniofacial team in your area.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast041.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Share this episode on Facebook or Twitter

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

May 16 2018

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Rank #9: 033 – Julie Huffman M.A., CCC-SLP – Part 1: Esophageal Dysphagia: How Much Do You Really Know?

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How much do you REALLY know about esophageal dysphagia? I'm sure it's not enough. Can we really rule in primary oropharyngeal dysphagia without ruling OUT esophageal dysphagia? Yeah news flash to me too! Holy cow I felt dumber than a box of rocks after talking to Julie!

In this episode, Julie Huffman dives in to everything the SLP should be aware of when treating dysphagia and how we MUST include the esophagus. She provides some awesome research papers to get us on the same page with our radiologists and GIs, and she tells us exactly what tests we should be ordering when we make referrals to other specialties.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast033.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Share this episode on Facebook or Twitter

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Mar 21 2018

51mins

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Rank #10: 118 – Beth Cormell, MS, CCC-SLP – Navigating the Acute Care World – Changes, Case Studies, and Challenges

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Ever wondered what it’s like to work in acute care? (Or maybe you already know just how challenging it can be!) Beth Cormell is with us this week to give us her expertise in acute care. We discuss everything from changes in acute care, challenging cases, and why Beth believes that instrumental evaluations are important. For a taste of acute care or to hear some interesting case studies, be sure to tune in! Check out the episode here: bit.ly/SYPpodcast118

Dec 20 2019

57mins

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Rank #11: 023 – Eric Blicker CCC-SLP.D BCS-S – When A Cough Can Mean 1,000 Things: Discovering The Link Between COPD, Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease, And Dysphagia.

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023 - Eric Blicker CCC-SLP.D BCS-S - When A Cough Can Mean 1,000 Things: Discovering The Link Between COPD, Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease, And Dysphagia.
Do you know the impact that COPD can have on swallowing? Do you know the impact that laryngopharyngeal reflux disease (LPRD) can have on swallowing? Do you know the impact that COPD can have on LPRD? Do you even know what LPRD is?

In episode 023 of the Swallow Your Pride podcast, Dr. Eric Blicker discusses some really interesting research on the SLPs role in assessing and treating LPRD and its link to the COPD population.

Eric Blicker CCC-SLP.D BCS-S has been a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders since 2008. That same year, Dr. Blicker received his Clinical Doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University. In 2000-2001, he was trained at Columbia University in Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing with Sensory Testing (FEESST) by Dr. Jonathan Aviv, the otolaryngologist who developed FEESST. Eric has started multiple Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) programs in the United States while training speech-language pathologists and physicians in the process. For the past five years, his company, Community Care Partners Inc, has been an ASHA Approved CE Provider. Dr. Blicker has lectured at several universities and has provided FEES training courses in several states. His clinical FEES experience includes working in a variety of settings. Dr. Blicker is the FEES Committee Chairperson and Project Coordinator in the Mercy Health East Market in Cincinnati Ohio.

Dr. Blicker can be found on Facebook (Eric Blicker), on Twitter (@ericblicker), his website is http://ceualliedhealth.com or you can email him at ceucustomercare@gmail.com to inquire about any FEES training courses or online CEU courses.

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Jan 08 2018

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Rank #12: 135 – The Next Generation of SLPs: COVID CFs and CCCs

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The COVID outbreak has had a profound impact on the entire world and healthcare system. We praise our healthcare professionals and workers on the frontline; however, we often do not stop to think about the impact COVID has on the next generation of healthcare professionals. Graduate students and Clinical Fellows are the future of our field. Many of them have waited their entire lives to take the next steps in their career, but for most, plans are on hold due to COVID. Download the show notes here: bit.ly/SYPpodcast135

Apr 30 2020

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Rank #13: 002 – Tiffani Wallace, M.A. CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Dysphagia Ramblings, Cranial Nerves, and Making Your Patient Aspirate

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Today’s Swallow Your Pride guest is Tiffani Wallace!

Tiffani is one of my most favorite people in this world, she's board certified in swallowing, a blogger, author, presenter, and speaker. She created the Dysphagia Ramblings blog, DysphagiaTherapy Group - Professional Edition on Facebook, and has authored the Dysphagia 2Go app for the assessment of swallowing disorders, and has co-authored the Dysphagia Therapy app for evidence-based treatment strategies.

She is just super knowledgeable in the field of dysphagia, and is so passionate about getting patient’s with dysphagia the best interventions possible.

In this episode we discuss how cranial nerve exams should actually drive your therapy plans, and how watching your patient aspirate can be a good thing!

Tiffani also discussed some of her most favorite treatment strategies and research papers that have helped to shape her dysphagia practice.

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Sep 01 2017

41mins

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Rank #14: 102 – Zachary M. Smith MS, CCC-SLP – Sensation and the Myth of Silent Penetration

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Sensation just as important as motor function, but often overlooked. Now there's no need to clutch your pearls or your cold laryngeal mirror, because Zach Smith is here to explain what you need to know about sensation. Have you found yourself writing that your patient "silently penetrated"? The recurrent laryngeal nerve triggers a cough, but not the superior laryngeal nerve. When we know more about how sensation works, it's easier to see that silent penetration isn't a thing. Get the show notes at bit.ly/SYPpodcast102

Sep 07 2019

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Rank #15: 051 – Susan Butler, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Why Healthy, Normal Adults Aspirate and Why Your Patient Might Aspirate More Frequently on Milk and Not Water

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Did you know that some healthy normal adults... aspirate?!? As many as 30%?!? Yup they do! Dr. Susan Butler is here to explain the research, why it might happen, and why some of our patients do not experience any respiratory concerns and others develop pneumonia.

Dr. Butler also discussed why patients may aspirate more on milk than water, how some healthy older adults who aspirate have lower pharyngeal pressures and lower tongue pressures, and why we need to let our patients chug!

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast051.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Comment on Instagram @theresarichardSLP

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Aug 07 2018

49mins

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Rank #16: 063 – Dr. Michelle Troche – Hypotussic and Hurting: The Link Between Cough & Swallow

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Hypotussic and Hurting: The Link between Cough and Swallow

Now before you tell me you already know that cough is associated dysphagia, listen Linda, listen. This is no mere time to sit back and wait for your patient to cough. We are here for quantifiable information with high sensitivity and specificity! We’re talking peak flow, Borg scales, and more.

Dr. Michelle Troche is here to remind us why we all fell in love with our frenemy cough in the first place, and to tell us how we can amp up our clinical practice if we pay attention to cough the right way. Did you know that cough, like swallow, isn’t a true reflex? We’ve been sold a bill of goods and it’s time to learn what’s really going on, with Dr. Troche as our guide.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast063.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Share this episode on Instagram @TheresaRichardSLP or to join our 500K giveaway

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Solution, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out www.MedSLPSolution.com.

Nov 06 2018

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Rank #17: 003 – John Ashford, Ph.D. CCC-SLP – The 3 Pillars of Pneumonia and Why Oral Care Should Be Considered an Oral Infection Control Program Instead

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Today’s Swallow Your Pride guest is Dr. John Ashford!

Dr. A is an incredibly knowledgeable educator and clinician. Dr. A co-owns S.A. Swallowing Services with his better half, and together they have a team of excellent clinicians that provide mobile FEES around Tennessee. SASS also has a reputation for putting on some remarkable continuing education courses.

Dr. A is very passionate about instrumental assessments and oral care, and has presented on his well researched topic of “The 3 Pillars of Pneumonia.”

In this episode we discuss how a poor immune system, poor oral, and the events of aspirating all must create the perfect storm in order to cause pneumonia. We also get into the importance of instrumental assessments, and exactly how to perform oral care (Newsflash: It involves a toothbrush, and a toothbrush, and a toothbrush ;)

Dr. A also discusses his favorite researcher that has helped to shape his thinking of swallowing disorders.

Check out the show notes for this episode at www.swallowyourpridepodcast.com.

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Sep 01 2017

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Rank #18: 116 – Georgia Malandraki PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Understanding Neurophysiology of Swallowing – Part 2

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We are back with part two of my conversation with the incredible Dr. Georgia Malandraki. In this episode, we continue our discussion about the neurophysiology of swallowing. Dr. Malandraki lends us her expertise on compensation vs. rehabilitation, the role of the brainstem in swallowing, and more. Tune in to learn about this complex topic and get the show notes at bit.ly/SYPpodcast116

Dec 04 2019

46mins

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Rank #19: 026 – Diane Bahr, M.S., CCC-SLP, CIMI – PEDS! Lip Ties and Tongue Ties and Buccal Ties, Oh My! Typical Mouth and Airway Development in Utero to 7 Years

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Diane Bahr is a visionary with a mission. For more than 30 years, she has treated children and adults with feeding, motor speech, and mouth function problems. While she is a speech-language pathologist by training, she has also honed her skills as a feeding therapist, published author, international speaker, university instructor, and business owner. Diane co-owns Ages and Stages, LLC with her husband and business manager Joe Bahr.

Diane is extremely concerned about the amount of time young babies are spending on their backs and in containers. She has hypothesized this as being one reason we are seeing late developing fine motor skills (e.g., feeding, speech, hand use, and visual function) and significant jaw and tongue retraction (which may be contributing to posterior tongue tie). She has attributed this to the apparent epidemic of mouth development problem we seem to be having and has done a significant literature review to support her work.

Diane also just presented a very well received talk at the ASHA Convention with Kristie Gatto regarding normal mouth and airway development from birth - 7 years of age that she graciously shares in this episode.

Show notes for this episode are available at bit.ly/SYPpodcast026 or you can text SYP026 to 44222.

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Jan 31 2018

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Rank #20: 032 – Debra Suiter Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, F-ASHA – The Yale Swallow Protocol: What Exactly Is It, How Do I Do It, The Impetus For Research Leading To Its Development, and Answers To Many Other FAQs!

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Have you heard about the Yale Swallow Protocol? Do you use it? Are you reluctant to use it? Do you feel it’s just too good to be true, and not right for your patients or facilities?

In this episode, Dr. Suiter is here to set the record straight. We dive into the research that was the impetus for this protocol, who is it for, who is it NOT for, and Dr. Suiter answers questions about the YSP submitted by our Patreon supporters.

Show notes can be downloaded at bit.ly/SYPpodcast032.

To share your thoughts:
- Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group
- Share this episode on Facebook or Twitter

To help out the show:
- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!
- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride

To learn more about the Medical SLP Collective, an exclusive community for Medical SLPs with new peer-reviewed resources, handouts, and videos distributed weekly, monthly ASHA CEU webinars, and a private forum on Facebook, or on the website to get answers to all of your burning clinical questions, check out MedSLPCollective.com

Mar 13 2018

55mins

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