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Videostroboscopic Evaluation of Voice

Videostroboscopy is a state-of-the-art technique that provides a magnified, slow-motion view of your vocal cords in action. It enables physicians to make an accurate diagnosis of conditions and diseases of the vocal cords, including masses or lesions, abnormal motion, inflammation, broken blood vessels, scarring and other disorders.

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The Didgeridoo Club

The Didgeridoo Club Didjeridoo1-300x275The Didigeridoo Club meets the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Thursday of each month at 3:30. It’s a great activity for sleep apnea and respiratory impaired individuals. Exercise and socialize at the same time!

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The Coos Bay Stroke Club

The Coos Bay Stroke Club Members of the Coos Bay Stroke Club meet the third Thursday of each month at 3:30 at our office. We have speakers from the community present information helpful to stroke patients, family, and friends.

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Infant Stimulation/Early Language

Language means putting our thoughts into words; ie., talking. Sometimes children are slow to talk or at risk of having talking problems because of an illness or injury. Our program provides a lot of activities to practice talking and…

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Fiberendoscopic Evaluations of Swallow

A flexible endoscope is a machine that consists of a long tube and a camera. During this examination the device is passed through one of your nasal passages to the back of the throat where passage of food and drink can be observed.

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Videostroboscopic Evaluation of Voice

Videostroboscopy is a state-of-the-art technique that provides a magnified, slow-motion view of your vocal cords in action. It enables physicians to make an accurate diagnosis of conditions and diseases of the vocal cords, including masses or lesions, abnormal motion, inflammation, broken blood vessels, scarring and other disorders.

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Modified Barium Swallow

A modified barium swallow (MBS) is a special x-ray that allows the doctor, called a radiologist who specializes in using x-rays, to check problems and the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to identify why you have trouble swallowing.

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Augmentative Communication

Augmentative communication is an alternative way to help people with problems speaking. Devices such as computers or hand held devices can be ordered through your insurance company. Picture communication systems can also be made for those that can not operate a commuter. It is truly amazing the technology that is available today!

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Motor Speech Disorders

Sometimes children know what they want to say, but can’t move their mouth well enough for the sounds/words to come out clearly. Our therapist can evaluate the muscles of the mouth and, based upon the results, come up with an exercise program and/or strategies to improve speech sound production.

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Cognitive Therapy

After a head injury, thinking and problem solving can be affected. These skills are often referred to as executive functioning; planning, forethought, reasoning, remembering, sequencing, etc. Our therapists are skilled in evaluating cognitive skills and then developing a treatment plan to help your child get back on track.

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