Swallowing clinicians made it clear that they want more CEUs on normal swallowing at the March 2016 Critical Thinking in Dysphagia Management meeting. In this podcast, Alicia and Ianessa bust a few myths regarding normal characteristics of swallowing and unnecessary dysphagia diagnoses. They also discuss how a clear understanding of normal swallowing can improve dysphagia management.
Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast · 51 minutes · 6 years ago
What Is Normal?Swallowing clinicians made it clear that they wan…
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