Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy Dallas TX

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy

Losing control over your facial expressions because of loose muscles is known as orofacial myofunctional disorder. This disorder can be caused by various reasons like, like after an attack of facial paralysis or facial muscle pull. Orofacial myofunctional therapy can help in restoring facial muscle control. Our qualified orofacial myofunctional therapists have years of experience in in-home orofacial myofunctional therapy. Our therapists help restore the facial muscle strength and functionality through targeted exercises and routines.

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Swallowing Therapy Treatment Dallas TX

Swallowing Therapy Treatment

Dysphagia is a serious problem that causes the sufferer to have problems in swallowing and eating. Swallowing disorders may sound like something that isn’t that serious of an issue but people who suffer from this disease can understand the magnitude of the seriousness of this disease. It is a life-altering disease that makes eating, which is a fundamental of life, difficult. Speech Language Voice & Swallowing provides effective and modern swallowing therapy treatments at a low swallowing therapy treatment cost. We offer orofacial myofunctional therapy along with general swallowing rehabilitation in Dallas TX.

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Pediatric Therapy Dallas TX

Pediatric Therapy

Are you worried about your child being a late bloomer, and a late developer in terms of his interactive and social skills?  Are you worried about how your child behaves doing certain activities? Fret no more and bring him or her to our Pediatric therapists at SLVS Therapy. We have certified pediatric therapists who have unmatchable skills in pediatric therapy. Now you can stop searching “pediatric therapists in Dallas TX” and come to us. Give your child the gift of a more confident and enjoyable life by helping him enhance his pediatric skills.

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