Problems Swallowing, Greensboro, NC

Patients who have problems swallowing do not need to exhaust themselves during the testing process because we conveniently travel to the facility they stay at in Greensboro.

Problems Swallowing in Greensboro, North Carolina

Many people of all ages struggle with swallowing disorders, or dysphagia. At TwinCity Medical Mobile, we saw a need to help people who have problems swallowing, which is why we started our medical mobile service.

When a patient has problems swallowing, their treating physician may order a Modified Barium Swallow test. During this type of test, food or drink that contains barium is given to the patient, and once they eat or drink it, the way they swallow is tracked using x-ray. We perform these tests aboard our state-of-the-art medical mobile van, and we have all the equipment needed to not only successfully run these test, but also record the results on DVR. This way, the patient, their treating physician, and all other applicable parties can view the results at their leisure.

The MBS testing process can be lengthy and filled with hassle when it is conducted either at a hospital or an outpatient facility. Patients who have problems swallowing do not need to exhaust themselves during the testing process in Greensboro, North Carolina because we conveniently travel to the facility they stay at to perform the MBS test. We are passionate about helping our patients, and we strive to making the testing process as easy, convenient, and simple as possible.

We would be more than happy to provide your care center with further information about our approach to testing. To speak with one of our professionals or to schedule an assessment, give us a call at TwinCity Medical Mobile today.


At TwinCity Medical Mobile, we can perform testing for those with problems swallowing in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Burlington, Thomasville, Lexington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Clemmons, Hickory, Charlotte, Lincolnton, Statesville, Mooresville, Davidson, Gastonia, and Concord, North Carolina.