New and Must-Have Tools for Swallowing Disorders!

We take pleasure in sending information about three of our books covering swallowing disorders.


We bring you the third edition of Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, a core textbook that addresses the needs of trainees and practicing clinicians treating swallowing disorders in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and in private outpatient clinics.

Dysphagia in Rare Conditions, based on the editors’ and contributors’ knowledge of conditions and expected swallowing signs and treatments, effectively synthesizes the available information to provide essentials needed to help perform sophisticated assessments.

Extraesophageal Reflux is a unique book that presents best evidence and practices from experts in the fields of gastroenterology, allergy, otolaryngology, surgery and pulmonology to best understand the current clinical challenges in this field and to help all subspecialties that interact with this group of patients.

Click here for more details and to order your copies today!

Communication and Parkinson Disease

Incredibly, in spite of the literature published in learned journals, there is no book which focuses specifically on the debilitating speech, cognitive-linguistic, and swallowing disorders associated with Parkinson.

In Communication and Swallowing in Parkinson Disease, the editors have condensed and organized this information into an accessible format in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of these disorders and their management. Click here for more information, similar titles, and to order your copies today!

Classics in Dysphagia

Click here for classics such as Carrau and Murry’s Comprehensive Management of Swallowing Disorders, Leonard and Kendall’s Dysphagia Assessment and Treatment Planning, and Tanner’s Case Studies in Dysphagia Malpractice Litigation – must haves for any specialist team working with this dysphagia population.



Dysphagia Assessment and Treatment Planning: A Team Approach, Second Edition is written by working members of a clinical team dealing with dysphagia daily – including physicians, speech pathologists, nurse specialists, and nutritionists. New chapters cover: difficulties in dysphagia assessment, esophageal function, disorders and assessment techniques, laryngopharyngeal reflux, infant and neonatal swallowing and assessment, and interpretation of dynamic swallow studies, with particular attention paid to the value of specific objective measure using examples in specific patient populations. Click here for more information and to order your copy today!

Clinical Voice Management

Clinical Management of Children’s Swallowing Disorders by Hartnick et al. has received rave reviews!


It was described in Doody’s as “…A high quality book and valuable resource for clinicians working with children who have voice disorders, particularly medically involved pathologies.” This is a book we know you’ll want to keep close at hand!

To order this and other great clinical voice references and resources click here! 

New Parkinson Reference

We are proud to bring you details of Deborah Theodoros and Lorraine Ramig’s new book, Communication and Swallowing in Parkinson Disease.


It is the first to focus specifically on the debilitating speech, cognitive-linguistic, and swallowing disorders associated with Parkinson disease – as well as two other modern classics in neurogenic communication disorders.

We have also added details of The Brain, an amazing teaching and client education software resource that uses 70 animations to detail and explain cranial nerves, pathways, and tracts, including 32 rollover descriptions covering surface and internal anatomy and cranial nerves.

Click here to view this text as well as a few other fantastic resources!


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Exciting New Release!

This brand new product, by Edie Hapner, PhD, gives a comprehensive training for Speech-Language Pathologists in the use of FEES. With stunning comprehensiveness and clarity the author combines DVD lectures with an forms and resources to practically prepare any training clinician. Clinicians are given video lectures that guide them through actual experience in using FEES. This truly is the best way to learn!

Check out the new product here!

New FEES Training Tool Coming Soon

Training and Interpretation of FEES in Adults

Edie R. Hapner

This brand new product emanates from the author’s self-developed and proven program for training Speech-Language Pathologists in the use of FEES. Comprehensive and eminently clear and concise, it comprises video lectures on a DVD together with an explanatory manual that gives practicing clinicians a solid foundation on viewing the pharynx, larynx, and velopharynx endoscopically for FEES.

Clinicians are taken through a tutorial on laryngeal anomalies that might be seen before being guided through didactic videoed lectures and actual FEES exams to aid in the accurate diagnosis of swallowing problems endoscopically. Throughout, guidance is given in multidisciplinary management of swallowing through the use of FEES.

Ideally suited to training and competency development for medical Speech-Language Pathologists, it is also targeted at graduate students in Dysphagia courses. Additionally, Otolaryngology residents will learn how to perform and interpret FEES exams.

Coming soon! Click here to order your copy today!

Coming soon!

CHARGE Syndrome

Timothy Hartshorne, Ph.D., Margaret Hefner, MS, Sandra Davenport, MD, CM, James Thelin, Ph.D.

CHARGE syndrome affects approximately 1:10,000 births worldwide.  Most of those individuals will have communication-related problems, including breathing, swallowing, hearing and balance, and speech.

Each of the editors is established as an expert on CHARGE syndrome and has received the highest award bestowed by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation.  The editors represent, four different disciplines: sensory genetics and neurodevelopment, genetic counseling, audiology, and psychology.

This, is the first known book on the subject, and delves into the sensory, physical, and behavioral findings in CHARGE.  It also indicates what kinds of studies need to be done to confirm the findings, and describes how these findings affect the function and development of the individual with CHARGE.

Click here to order now!