• Speech Therapy

  • At Tryba Physical Therapy our Speech Therapists are committed to bringing comprehensive speech-language services to your home.  Our therapists are here to dedicate one on one time to patients and their families to work towards improving the ability to communicate and in turn function adequately in social and academic environments. 

  • What is Speech Therapy?


    Also known as Speech-Language Pathology, Speech Therapy involves the evaluation and treatment of various communication disorders.  Speech Therapists work to assess, diagnose, prevent and treat speech, language, cognitive communication and social communication disorders in adults and children.

  • What conditions can benefit from Speech Therapy?

     

    • Fluency Disorders: issues that interrupt the flow of speech by abnormal repetitions and stoppages or prolonged syllables

    • Articulation Disorders: challenges or inability to produce sounds to form words and syllables properly to the point where attempts to communicate can’t be comprehended by listeners

    • Voice or Resonance Disorders: issues surrounding the volume, pitch, intonation or quality of vocals that can distract or deter listener’s from the ability to comprehend what is being said and can even cause pain or discomfort for both the speaker and/or the listener

    • Expressive Disorders:  difficulty or inability to form words and sentences, limited vocabulary or misunderstanding/inability to utilize language in a socially appropriate manner

    • Receptive Disorders: difficulty or inability to understand or comprehend language

    • Swallowing Disorders: oropharyngeal and functional dysphagia in adults and children and eating disorders in children and infants. 
  • Our in home Speech Therapy service involves techniques such as:

     

    • Assessment and diagnosis of existing disorders or conditions

    • Strengthening exercises to improve speech coordination

    • Training exercises involving sound imitation and repetition

    • Breathing exercises to improve fluency

    • Using auditory and visual aids to improve communication between the body and the brain