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Speech Therapy

Maryland Neuro-Rehab & Wellness Center: Speech Therapy in Pikesville, MD

Master You and/or Your Child's Communicative Capacities With Our Speech Therapy Experts

If you are suffering from voice, cognitive-language, verbal expression, and/or swallowing difficulties, then choosing Maryland Neuro-Rehab & Wellness Center’s Speech-Language Pathology (commonly called “Speech Therapy”) Program will help you maximize your independence and quality of life.  Working with people of all ages using creative and engaging treatment plans, our highly trained speech therapists will help you, your parents, or your children fully embrace the communicative and adaptive processes that will drive your success.  With a one-on-one focus on your unique challenges, our seasoned therapist will help you:

Speech Therapy
  • Restore voice and speech
  • Enhance verbal expression
  • Improve chewing and swallowing
  • Increase cognitive and linguistic functioning
  • Adapt to and overcome limitations
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Feeding, Swallowing & Speech Therapy in Pikesville, MD

Our speech therapists are experts in successfully guided patients toward their maximum functioning capacity.  This is especially true for patients suffering from speech and swallowing issues (including dysphagia, dysarthria, apraxia, neuro-cognitive challenges, vocal strain, etc.) stemming from conditions such as:

  • Childhood communication issues
  • Developmental cognitive issues
  • Oral-motor neuromuscular issues
  • Voice disorders
  • Geriatric cognitive decline
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain and spinal cord injury
  • Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Progressive neurologic disorders
  • Head and neck cancer
  • Oral and laryngeal trauma
  • Voice strain and vocal cord damage
  • Other medical conditions that affect swallowing
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Voice & Speech

  • Restore voice, speaking volume, amplitude, tone, and pitch
  • Minimize hoarseness, pain, and vocalization challenges


  • Maximize oral and written language expression and understanding
  • Develop and/or restore cognition, memory, and problem-solving capabilities

Language Expression & Reception

  • Enhance pronunciation, articulation, listening, and understanding
  • Correct stuttering and fluency issues and associated primary and secondary behaviors 
  • Develop oral neuromuscular pathways for enhanced speaking, chewing, and swallowing
  • Promote swallowing functions for safely eating/drinking without choking concernsAdaptation via Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)

LSVT LOUD Program for Parkinson’s Disease

  • Intensive, high-amplitude, high-effort speech training to establish effective communication
    • Recalibration training of neuroplastic sensory feedback to embolden normalized speech
      • Aided:  utilize augmentative speech-language technologies to assist/enhance communcation
      • Unaided:  harness alternative self/bodily communication techniques for effective language expression and reception