DYSPHAGIA IN MOTION
South Louisiana Swallowing Diagnostics
We Bring Endoscopic Video Swallow Studies To Your Front Door
Since opening our doors to patients back in 2017, Dysphagia in Motion has been a leading Swallowing Diagnostics Provider for patients in the greater New Orleans and South Louisiana regions. We guarantee top of the line diagnostic services to help your rehab team get patients back to full health. Contact us today and see how we can help improve patient outcomes at your facility.
Picture courtesy of The Cleveland Clinic.
Endoscopy has been used to diagnose and treat swallowing disorders since 1986 and is now available to South Louisiana with Dysphagia in Motion. To learn more about FEES, watch this short informational video from the Mayo Clinic.
We offer a variety of services to fit your needs
Why Choose Us
Because high quality imaging paired with in-depth analysis of swallowing function leads to improved recommendations.
We aim to have your patient evaluated within 1-2 business days.
FEES costs 25-50% less than a traditional modified barium swallow study (MBSS) at the hospital.
We work our hardest to prevent your patient from being placed on texture modified diets but if they need to, we can prove with objective data for accurate documentation.
We offer same-day reporting and take the time to help you come up with strategies and make recommendations that ACTUALLY WORK!
Meet The Owner
Liz Nguyen, MA, CCC-SLP
Liz is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist based in New Orleans, Louisiana and the owner of Dysphagia in Motion. She earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees with honors from the University of Central Florida, with a dual-degree in Business Finance. In addition, Liz was granted a graduate certificate to serve English Learners with communication disorders through a research grant funded by the US Department of Education.
Liz has completed additional specialized training in treatment and management of dysphagia using endoscopy and working with tracheostomy/ventilator dependent and traumatic brain injury populations. Her professional areas of interest and expertise include adult dysphagia, cerebrovascular disorders, medically fragile, and end-of-life/palliative care.
Liz has served as a Clinical Mentor for graduate students interested in the field of medical speech pathology and frequently guest lectures on a variety of topics relating to the Basics of Endoscopy, Medical Ethics, Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology, Counseling in Speech-Language Pathology, and Voice/Swallowing Disorders. She is actively licensed to practice in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida.