Where is my Voice?
Date: July 23rd, 20135:30-7:30 Course Description:
This course will review the basic anatomy of vocal folds and vocal tract. It will review musculature that can be affected by voice disorders. Allergies and reflux and how they contribute to voice disorders and ways to treat these disorders will be covered. The stroboscopic parameters and how this helps with diagnostic information during the exam will be reviewed. The presenters will also present information on voice disorders and the latest EB outcome measures and EB treatment for these disorders. Finally, case examples from evaluation will be presented.
Course Objectives: Understand basic anatomy of vocal folds How allergies and reflux may contribute to voice disorders and possible treatments Attendees will have an understanding of the value of a video stroboscopic exam in the treatment of voice disorders Attendees will have a knowledge of EB treatment techniques of voice disorders including specific objective measurement systems Discuss actual case examples from evaluation to discharge from MD and slps perspective
Instructor(s):Dr. Richard Beck, Otolaryngologist, Amy Moss, CCC-SLP, and Jodi Morgan, CCC-SLP
Intended For:Speech Language Pathologists
Sources:Knowledge and Skills for Speech-Language Pathologists With Respect to Vocal Tract Visualization and Imaging
Videostroboscopic Examination of the Larynx, Minoru, Hirano and Diane M. Bless, Singular Publishing Group 1993
Back, Belasfsky , Wasylik, Postma, Koufman, Validity and Reliability of the Glottal Function Index , Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg/Vol131, November 2009
Initial Psychometric Assessment of a Functional Oral Intake Scale for Dysphagia in Stroke PatientsMichael A. Crary, PhD, Giselle D. Carnaby Mann, PhD, MPH, Michael E. Groher, PhD
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