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The Use of FEES & Videostroboscopy for Evaluation of Voice and Swallowing Disorders
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Do you work with individuals who have voice and/or swallowing disorders? Check out this 2 day hands-on continuing education event in Palm Beach Gardens, sponsored by MedSpeech, Inc. Presenters include Cathleen Bergin, Ed. D, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Rebecca L. Gould, MSC, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, and Mark Pamer, D.O., LLC. FLASHA is co-sponsoring the CEUs for this event.

2/1/2020 to 2/2/2020
When: Saturday, February 1, 2020
Contact: MedSpeech, Inc.
(561) 833-2090

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Participants will be able to:

·         Demonstrate specialized knowledge by performing and interpreting endoscopic swallowing and voice evaluations.

·         Demonstrate effective equipment use and how to configure the equipment for maximum use and savings.

·         Demonstrate report writing skills to better communicate results.

·         Discuss business plan, billing, and marketing for both procedures.

·         Describe the use of fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES) as an effective evaluation tool and explain how it correlates with videofluoroscopic evaluation of swallowing.

·         Identify demographic and risk factors for voice and swallowing disorders.

·         Describe the use of videostroboscopy as an effective evaluation tool and explain how it correlates with acoustic and perceptual measures.

·         Describe and discuss how to create effective partnerships with physicians and other allied health professionals and how to engender working relationships with colleagues in the community.

·         Discuss holistic approach to treatment of voice and swallowing.

·         Gain experience with using flexible and rigid scopes for evaluating voice and swallowing disorders.

·         Increase differential diagnostic evaluation of “overlapping hypopharynx” by determining appropriate scope and procedures to select when evaluating voice and swallow disorders.


Seats are limited to ensure a high quality learning experience, so don't wait to register! An event flyer is attached. For more info, please contact MedSpeech, Inc., (561) 833-2090, or by email: