Mr. Shivendra Pratap Singh

Mr. Shivendra Pratap Singh
Audiologist and Speech Therapist, Gorakhpur

MASLP

i have my own clinics in basti and faizabad since 2012.
now i started a new branch in gorakhpur .

Specialities

  • Audiology and Speech Therapy

  • Speech Therapy

Expertise


Education

  • Masters in audiology speech language and pathology from bhubaneswar, odhisa in 2012

Practice Information

Private Practice Information

india wide speech and hearing clinic

india wide speech and hearing clinic

near- medical collage, IDBI ATM ke bagal , muglaha, , muglaha, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh - 273004

  • (+91) 9415147737

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Audiologist and Speech Therapist Work

1-    Speech Therapist Work - 

Speech-Language Pathologists are professionals concerned with evaluation, treatment, and research in human communication and its disorders. They treat speech and language disorders and work with individuals of all ages. They diagnose and evaluate speech problems, such as fluency (stuttering), articulation, voice disorders as well as language problems, such as aphasia and delayed language and related disorders, such as dysphagia (swallowing difficulties). They design and carry out comprehensive treatment plans to achieve the following:

    Help individuals learn correct production and use of speech sounds
    Assist with developing proper control of the vocal and respiratory systems for correct voice production
    Assist individuals who stutter to increase the amount of fluent speech and to cope with their disorder
    Assist children and adolescents with language problems, such as understanding and giving directions, answering and asking questions, understanding and using English grammar, using appropriate social language, and conveying ideas to others
    Assist individuals who have had strokes or suffered other brain trauma relearn language and speech skills

2-    Audiologist Work –

Audiologists are specialists involved in the study of normal and impaired hearing, prevention of hearing loss, identification and assessment of hearing problems, and the rehabilitation of persons with hearing impairment. They perform services and activities which include the following:

    Measurement of hearing ability of children and adults
    Administration and interpretation of screening, assessment, and diagnostic procedures such as air conduction, (PTA) bone conduction, speech audiometry, acoustic imittance (impedance) tests, evoked potential tests (BERA), and electronystagmography.
    Identification of presence and severity of hearing problems
    Sales and assessment of the benefit of amplification devices, such as hearing aids
    Instruction in the use of a hearing aid or other assistive listening devices to a variety of listening contexts
    Instruction in the care and maintenance of amplification and other assistive devices
    Provision of speech (lip) reading training
    Initiation of hearing conservation programs in industry and with the public to prevent hearing impairment from occupational or environmental noise exposure
    Consultation and expert witness testimony on environmental noise and occupational noise-induced hearing loss
    Initiation of clinical (applied) and/or basic research related to hearing loss and its effect