We are providing services for the assessment, treatment of all types of speech, disorder, language disorder, voice disorders, hearing disorders.
Stroke rehabilitation is an important part of recovery after stroke.
The goal of stroke rehabilitation is to help you relearn skills you lost when a stroke affected part of your brain. Stroke rehabilitation can help you regain independence and improve quality of your life.
The severity of stroke complications and each person ability to recover vary widely.
Speech therapy can help you regain lost abilities in speaking, listening writing, reading and comprehension.
Occupational therapy and speech therapy can help you with lost cognitive abilities. Such as memory solving, social skills & judgement.
A cochlear implant is an electronic medical device that does the work of damaged parts of the inner ear (cochlea) to provide sound signals to the brain.
Many people suffer hearing loss because their cells in the inner ear (Cochlear) are damaged. The cochlear implant enables the sound to be transferred to your hearing nerve and enables you to hear.
A sound processor worn behind the ear or on the body captures sound and turn it into digital code. The sound processor has a battery that powers the entire system.
The cochlear implant converts the digitally coded sound into electrical impulses and sends them along the electrode array placed in the cochlear.
The implant electrodes stimulate the cochlear hearing nerve which then sends the impulses to the brain where they are interpresed as sound.
Auditory verbal therapy is a early intervention programme which equips parents with the skills to maximise their deaf child's speech and language development.
The auditory verbal approach stimulates Auditory brain development and enables deaf children with hearing aids and cochlear implants to make sense of the sound relayed by their devices.
As a result, children with hearing loss are better able to develop listening and spoken language skills.
Through play based sessions using the Auditory verbal approach, the child develops a listening attitude so that paying attention to the sound around him on her becomes automatic.
Puberphonia is a functional voice disorder that is characterized by the habitual use of a high pitched voice after puberty.
The voice may also be heard as breathy, rough and lacking in power. Puberphonia usually occurs in between the ages of 11 and 15 years.
Puberphonia do not present with underlying anatomical abnormalities. The habitual use of a high pitch while speaking is associated with tense muscles surrounding the vocal folds.
This condition is most often treated using voice therapy (vocal exercises by speech therapist Dr. Mahipal Singh & Saroj Rathore. The duration of treatment 40 to 50 hours speech therapy.
Cough – The patient is asked to apply pressure on the Adam's apple and cough. This results in the shortening of the vocal folds which is the physiological mechanism that reduces pitch.
When speaking in noisy backgrounds, people speak louder and more clearly in order to be heard
The patient practices speaking while a masking noise is playing. Then, the patient listens to a recording of his voice during the masking session and tries to match it without the masking. By doing this, the patient practices their loud and clear voice.
A glottal attach is when the vocal folds are fully closed and then pushed open by the air pressure from breathing out. The patient breathes in and then makes vowel breathes out.
The larynx is lowered by the patient by putting pressure on the Adam Apple. By lowering the larynx, the vocal folds relax & thus pitch is lowered.
The patient starts humming at the highest pitch that they can reach and then keeps lowering the pitch while humming.
This allows the patient to practice using a lower pitch and also to relax the laryngeal muscles.
This is repeated with the patient turning his head to either side and also while lowering the chin.
Parents play the important role in the process of growth of their children. It is essential to guide them and strengthen them mentally. We organized special workshops and meeting to prepare them for the major responsibility.
We provide individualized therapy session. Where the child is made to learn the language and the parents are taught how to provide the right environment to theri children for language training.
Speech and language therapy is recommended for hearing impaired children as well as a varied range of speech and language disorders.
It is complex disorder that is caused by damage to parts of the brain that controls language and speech.
This disorder affects the child's ability to express herself through words and understand the speech of other people. The severity of the problem depend on the extent of the damage as well as the location of the damage.
The leading cause of Aphasia is brain injury, brain infection, brain tumor or bleeding in the brain.
The child will then be assessed on Auditory Comprehension, verbal expression. Reading and writing ability and functional communication.
It is genetic disorder associated with physical growth delays, mild to moderate intellectual disability and characteristic facial features.
Most of children with down syndrome learn to speak and will use speech as their primary means of communication, they will understand language and have the desire to communicate well before they are able to speak.
A developmental disorder of variable severity that is characterized by difficulty in social interaction and communication and by restricted or repetitive patterns of though and behaviour.
A condition marked by impaired muscle coordination (spastic paralysis) and other disabilities, typically caused by damage to the brain before or at brain.
Asphyxia means lack of oxygen and blood flows to the brain, birth asphyxia happens when a baby's brain and other organs do not get enough oxygen and nutrients before, during a right after birth, without oxygen and nutrients, cells cannot work properly, waste products (acids) build up in the cells and cause damage.