Patients in Winston-Salem struggling with a swallowing difficulty who come aboard our medical van experience an exceptional level of care and compassion.
People of all ages and in all stages of life can experience a swallowing difficulty, and here at TwinCity Medical Mobile, we make diagnosing swallowing disorders, or dysphagia, much easier on our patients in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area. When a swallowing test is ordered by a treating physician, we travel directly to the residence of our patient and perform the test aboard our state-of the-art medical van.
A swallowing difficulty can occur for a variety of different reasons. For example, a patient may experience problems swallowing after having a stroke or incurring a spinal cord injury. A patient may also struggle with swallowing after problems with the immune system occur or when something blocks their throat or esophagus. A modified barium swallow test determines at what point in the mouth, throat, or esophagus the issue occurs and provides valuable information needed to help the patient recover or receive needed care.
Patients struggling with a swallowing difficulty who come aboard our medical van experience an exceptional level of care and compassion. We want the testing experience to be as comfortable and convenient as possible, and our approach to swallow tests ensures this. Not only do we travel to nursing homes, but we also help patients at assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, and other medical facilities throughout Winston-Salem.
Those who have a swallowing difficulty can benefit from our approach to swallow testing, and we would be more than happy to give your facility further information about our services. Contact us at TwinCity Medical Mobile today to find out more!
At TwinCity Medical Mobile, we can perform testing for those with a swallowing difficulty in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Burlington, Thomasville, Lexington, Asheboro, Kernersville, Clemmons, Hickory, Charlotte, Lincolnton, Statesville, Mooresville, Davidson, Gastonia, and Concord, North Carolina.