The Successful Treatment of Dysarthria Using Strannik Light Therapy (Biofeedback): A Case Study
Graham Wilfred Ewing
Montague Healthcare, Nottingham, UK.
DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2015.47053   PDF   HTML   XML   2,883 Downloads   3,636 Views   Citations


This article reports a case of dysarthria which was successfully treated by Strannik Light Therapy (SLT). It briefly discusses the known etiology for the condition and illustrates that dysarthria must be a problem of autonomic dysfunction in which pathological changes can influence the structure and/or subsequent function of the dynamic interplay between the brain and the organs involving the autonomic nervous system and physiological systems. The author reports a particular case in which a patient undertaking SLT fully recovered the ability to speak within 6 days.

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Wilfred Ewing, G. (2015) The Successful Treatment of Dysarthria Using Strannik Light Therapy (Biofeedback): A Case Study. Case Reports in Clinical Medicine, 4, 266-269. doi: 10.4236/crcm.2015.47053.

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