Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia)


Dysphagia refers to swallowing difficulties such as difficulties with chewing and/or swallowing liquids and/or solids. Swallowing disorders are common in adults who have suffered a stroke, diagnosed with a brain tumor, suffered a traumatic brain injury as well as degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease.

Our registered Speech-Language Pathologists can help assess your swallow and ensure you can safely enjoy a meal.

If you have questions or not sure who to book with for your communication concerns, we are just an email or phone call away!

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Victoria Robert


Dysphagia (Impaired Swallowing)

Book if you are experiencing the following:

- Difficulty chewing
- Coughing or choking when eating and drinking
- Sensation of food getting "stuck"
- Pain when swallowing
- Problems managing saliva (ex. drooling and/or choking on saliva)
- Disinterest, isolation related to eating or drinking