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Swallow Stronger-Swallow Safer: Contributions by Dr. JoAnne Robbins and the Swallow Solutions Team Oromotor exercises have been used widely as a treatment modality in the practice of speech pathology for many decades.1 However only in recent years has oropharyngeal strengthening therapy been applied to swallowing rehabilitation.2-5 Age-related loss of skeletal muscle and strength, the condition known as sarcopenia, has been known for decades to affect striated limb musculature. More recently, work by JoAnne Robbins, PhD and others indicates that striated head and neck muscles also are affected by sarcopenia, where it manifests as changes in muscle fiber density, tension, strength, and contraction in facial, masticatory, and lingual musculature. These changes are primary contributors to dysphagia. Just as participation in progressive resistance training can strengthen limb musculature6, device facilitated isometric progressive resistance oropharyngeal (I-PRO) therapy also has been shown to strengthen muscles of the head and neck. Dr.
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