• Symptoms of Swallowing Disorders

    The physical sensation of not being able to swallow is not the only sign of a swallowing disorder. Other symptoms can lead to early detection and prompt treatment. Among them are the following:

    • Coughing or choking during or after meals
    • Weight loss
    • Dehydration
    • Recurrent unexplained pneumonia or upper respiratory infections
    • Voice changes during or after meals
    • Shortness of breath during meals
    • Sensation of things sticking in the throat
    • Increased length of time for meals
    • Difficulty chewing or getting food through the mouth
    • Drooling or leakage from the mouth and lips 
  • Make An Appointment

    (781) 744-8467