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The only Board Certified mobile swallow study service provider in New York State.

Provide your patient with an evidence-based, cost effective, live video,
that is a GOLD STANDARD in swallowing diagnostics.


Learn how mobile FEES can improve the standard of care in your facility


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THERESA RICHARD M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, OWNER – Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders


You don’t have x-ray vision. But we do. In fact, we have better.
We bring our fancy camera to your facility, anywhere in NY or PA, perform a swallow study at the bedside, print out the report and leave it that day.
Yes it’s as good as it sounds.
We understand the challenges Speech-Language Pathologists face when they have to observe a patient eating, and then make life-altering recommendations without visual support.
Research shows a 70% error rate at the bedside, where the recommendations are either too restrictive, jeopardizing nutrition and hydration, or silent aspiration is completely missed, which can lead to pneumonia.
That’s a huge responsibility for an SLP without x-ray vision!
We are able to view the patient’s swallow for 1/4 of the price of an MBSS done at a hospital, while in their natural position, consuming their favorite food, liquids, and actual medication, all while gaining valuable input from the nurses and family that interact with the patient on a daily basis.
We strive to work closely with the patient, their family, the Speech-Language Pathologist, and nurses, to create a comprehensive patient-centered plan to ensure safe swallowing for the patient, and research based recommendations that the facility staff can feel confident implementing.

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