Brain Injury/Disease

Our Speech-Language Pathologists and Communicative Disorders Assistants are committed to offering innovative programs that are tailored to meet your individual needs by working closely with you, your family and other professionals. 

Acoustic Neuroma

Pressure from the neuroma can cause hearing loss, ringing in your ear, balance problems, facial numbness or muscle weakness. 

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ALS

ALS is a disease that gradually paralyzes the patient as the brain loses its ability to communicate with the muscles of the body.

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Aphasia

Aphasia is a communication problem following a stroke or brain injury that affects the language areas of the brain.

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Brain Aneurysm

An aneurysm in the brain is a bulge or ballooning in a blood vessel of the brain. If the aneurysm gets large enough it can cause pressure on areas...

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Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) or acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain caused by trauma to the head or body.

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Cerebral Palsy (CP)

Some individuals with cerebral palsy struggle to control the muscles in their face, throat, neck, head and thorax.

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Cognitive Communication

The term “cognitive communication disorder” may sound intimidating, but it denotes a broad range of problems resulting from an acquired...

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Concussion

This injury is usually caused by a blow to the head, but can also be caused by shaking or a blow to the upper body.

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Multiple Sclerosis

According to the National MS Society located in New York, between 23% and 57% of MS suffers experience speech difficulties.

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