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Keys For SLPs Podcast-Episode 35

This course features an introduction to a holistic approach to treating Exercise-Induced Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion (EI-PVFM), which is a complex upper airway disorder that occurs in some athletes and is often misdiagnosed as exercise-induced asthma (EIA). Sharon first discusses the nature of EI-PVFM, its signs and symptoms, and how it differentiates from EIA. She …

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Finding the right path

Features   Finding the right path Boston College-bound Liz Holmes poses with her speech and voice therapist, Sharon Frank, who helped solve her breathing problems and allow her to have a standout career as a runner at Foxboro High School.(Photo by Andrew Steel) Track star Liz Holmes breathing easier as she heads for BC By …

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Teaching Got Your Voice?

By Maxine E. Van Doren, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist   Teachers, do you find that your voice wears out during the first weeks of the school year? Many teachers say they have hoarseness, vocal fatigue, or even complete voice loss at the beginning of the school year that often goes away after a few weeks. …

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