Office location: 

1560 East Southlake Blvd., Suite 100
Southlake, TX 76092


(817) 888-8721


[email protected]


SLP Neuro Care is a Speech Language Pathology outpatient service provider for adults and geriatrics with neurogenic communication disorders, swallowing disorders and voice disorders caused by a neurological condition or event. It is our mission to provide the highest quality of care and support to individuals with communication and swallowing disorders. We believe that every person has the right to effective communication and the ability to enjoy mealtimes without difficulty.

We provide comprehensive assessments, individualized treatment plans, and ongoing support to ensure that our clients receive the best possible care.

We also prioritize education and advocacy, working to increase awareness and understanding of communication and swallowing disorders within the wider community. Through our outreach efforts, we strive to ensure that individuals with these conditions receive the care and support they need to live full and rewarding lives.

We are in network with several insurance companies. Check below to see if we are in network with your insurance. 


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In network with

  • Aetna: Holista
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Humana/Choicecare
  • Medicare
  • Medicare RR
  • United HealthCare: Optum 
  • Baylor Scott & White Health Plan


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Neurogenic Communication Disorders

Neurogenic Communication Disorders are communication disorders as a result of damage or impairment to the Nervous System or the Brain. We treat these disorders including Aphasia, Dysarthria, Apraxia, and Cognitive-Communication disorders.

  • Aphasia is a language disorder that results from brain injury or stroke and affects the ability to speak, understand, read, or write.
  • Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder that affects the muscles used for speech, resulting in slurred or slow speech.
  • Apraxia is a motor planning disorder that affects the ability to coordinate the movements needed for speech.
  • Cognitive-Communication involves language and thought; it is the ability to process, store, and recall information, as well as to think critically and analyze situations. Cognitive-Communication Disorders involve impairment in one or more of these processes.

Voice Disorders

We treat Voice Disoders. Symptoms can vary, depending on the underlying cause and severity. Some common voice symptoms include

  • Hoarseness or roughness of voice.
  • Breathiness or whispering quality of voice.
  • Strained or effortful voice.
  • Inability to speak loudly.
  • Vocal fatigue or loss of voice after  prolonged use.
  • Difficulty in pitch or volume  control. 
  • Pain or discomfort  while speaking. 

Swallowing Disorders

Swallowing Disorders are also known as Dysphagia. It is a condition where individuals have difficulty or impaired swallowing. We treat these disorders. Symptoms may include:

  • Coughing or choking during or  after meals.
  • The sensation of food getting  stuck in the throat or chest.
  • Runny nose or watery eyes during meal intake
  • Wet gurgly voice after intake
  • Regurgitation of food or liquids.
  • Recurrent pneumonia or chest  infections.