The Speech Pathology Department at Finger Lakes Health evaluates and treats patients of all ages with speech, swallowing or vocal communication disorders. Available at Geneva General Hospital, Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital and at Huntington Living Center, licensed speech-language pathologists provide the following services:
Modified barium swallow studies, used to determine the cause of painful swallowing, difficulty with swallowing, abdominal pain, bloodstained vomit, or unexplained weight loss.
Videostroboscopy, provides a magnified, slow-motion view of your vocal cords in action. It enables physicians to make an accurate diagnosis of conditions and diseases of the vocal cords, including masses or lesions, abnormal motion, inflammation, broken blood vessels, scarring and other disorders.
Evaluations in speech, language, cognition, and voice
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment - for patients with Parkinson's Disease
Specialized services for patients who have undergone treatment for head and neck cancer
Our licensed speech-language pathologists work with internal medicine physicians and otolaryngolgists (Ear, Nose & Throat physicians) to evaluate, create a treatment plan and implement it for each individual patient. Our staff has a depth of experience treating people with a variety of diagnoses and we have many pieces of equipment to assist the therapists in achieving the goals that you and they jointly set. We have therapists with unique certifications in these areas.
A physician's referral is required for service. You may choose from one of three sites to receive your therapy. To schedule an appointment at any of our three sites please call (315) 787-4572.