/r/ Speech problem….or is he tongue tied?
Sunday, 15 November 2015
...it is frustrating when he struggles speaking, and people either do not understand or they plainly laugh at him.
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3 yr old vpi, dysarthria, ankyloglossia
Saturday, 26 October 2013
Have you ever heard of a short frenulum being a stabilizing factor in relation to dysarthria? One pediatric SLP felt that if we did a frenectomy it could make her speech worse.
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Considerations when diagnosing
Thursday, 23 June 2011
It is my findings using my past examinations that a hyper-gag might be common with ankyloglossia. I do not have formal research yet, but rather just my experience with patients. There are incidences of gagging, choking, feeing like the food is clogging up the "throat," etc.
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