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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is an aspect of the health field that is concerned with treating speech and communication disorders. Various exercises and audio-visual aids can be utilized to train the body to establish new speech habits.

ProCare Physical Therapy, Inc. provides both Adult and Pediatric Speech Therapy services. Read further to learn whether you, your child, or your loved one may benefit from Speech Therapy.

Pediatric Speech Therapy

Pediatric Speech Therapy

Could Your Child Benefit from Speech Therapy?

  1. Does your child have difficulty producing certain sounds?
  2. Does your child have difficulty understanding others or expressing themselves?
  3. Has your child recently experienced a concussion that impacted their speech, comprehension, attention, and/or memory?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, your child may benefit from Speech Therapy.

Common Diagnoses Requiring Speech Therapy:

Articulation Disorder
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Dysarthria
Dysfluency (i.e. stuttering)
Dysphagia
Phonological Disorder
Post Concussion Syndrome
Cognitive-Linguistic Deficits (i.e. decreased memory, attention, and problem solving)
Expressive Language Disorder (i.e. difficulty forming sentences)
Receptive Language Disorder (i.e. difficulty understanding spoken language)

The Role of a Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. ProCare Speech-Language Pathologists are dedicated to establishing patient-specific goals to help your child reach their maximum potential.

For more information contact any one of these four ProCare Physical Therapy locations:

Carbondale (570) 282-0200
Dickson City (570) 489-5010
Montrose (570) 278-1101
Tunkhannock (570) 996-6200

Adult Speech Therapy

Adult Speech Therapy

Could you benefit from Speech Therapy?

  1. Have you recently suffered a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or concussion?
  2. Do you have difficulty chewing or swallowing your foods and/or liquids?
  3. Has the quality of your voice changed?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may benefit from Speech Therapy.

Common Diagnoses Requiring Speech Therapy:

Anomia
Apraxia
Cognitive-Linguistic Deficits (i.e. decreased memory, attention, and problem solving)
Dysarthria
Dysfluency (i.e. stuttering)
Dysphagia
Post Concussion Syndrome
Voice Disorders

The Role of an Adult Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. ProCare Speech-Language Pathologists are dedicated to establishing patient-specific goals to help patients recover quickly and return to their prior level of functioning.

For more information contact any one of these four ProCare Physical Therapy locations:

Carbondale (570) 282-0200
Dickson City (570) 489-5010
Montrose (570) 278-1101
Tunkhannock (570) 996-6200

Testimonials

More Testimonials

  • Shoulder Pain is Eliminated!

    Exercises have pretty much eliminated the pain in my shoulder, which makes me very happy!

    - Lisa B., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient
  • Back to Holding My Grandbabies!

    Holding my grandbabies was so important to me and thanks to my physical therapist... I am able to enjoy life again.

    - Melinda W., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient