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Association Between Gastric Reflux and Sinusitis

April 8 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

For a complete list of all course offerings or information email

Online Recorded and Self Study Courses Available:

The IPad Technology Tool For Communication and Language
Cognitive Modifiability & Stuttering: Ramifications for Children
Using the ISO Swallowing Exercise Device in Dysphagia Therapy
Acid Reflux Disease and Dysphagia: What the SLP Should Know
Acid Reflux Disease-Office Diagnostics to Food is Medicine: What the SLP Should Know
Tracheostomy and Ventilator Dependent Population: Dysphagia
Internal Branch Superior Laryngeal Nerve: Sensory/Swallow Functions
Tracheostomy Tube Use for Adult and Geriatric Patients
Multi-disciplinary Dysphagia Team for Pressure Ulcer Management
Endoscopic Swallowing Exam for Dysphagia Assessment
The FEESST Exam and the Use of Anesthesia
Utilization of FEESST to Predict Aspiration Risk
Mixed Consistency Dysphagia
Dementia and Dysphagia Utilizing FEES for Optimal Patient Outcomes
The Fundamentals of NMES: A Tutorial for Inquiring Minds
FEES basic recorded Course
FEES After Extubation, Timing Is Everything
Utilization Of FEES In The Trach And Vent Population
What Would You Say……FEES Documentation
COPD, FEES, And LPRD Learn About The Burn
FEES, Extubation, And LPRD, Edema Is Not All The Same
Breath Sounds And X-rays: Information For The Dysphagia Clinician
Lab Values And Dysphagia: What The SLP Should Know
Acute Care FEES
Tracheostomy Tube Downsizing, One Size Does Not Fit All
Clinical Swallowing Exam Following Extubation, Timing Is Everything
Retained Secretions And Dysphagia: What The SLP Should Know
FEES And MBS: When Is The Right Time
State Of Dysphagia In COVID-19
Internal Branch Of The Superior Laryngeal Nerve: Sensory And Swallow Functions
Endoscopic Swallowing Exam
Transnasal Esophagoscopy: What the SLP Should Know
FEES, Extubation, and LPRD: Edema is not all the same
Dysphagia in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: What the SLP Should Know
Reflux-Associated Oxygen Desaturations: What the SLP Should Know


April 8
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm


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