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Aphasia Clinic


Aphasia is a condition that develops after brain injury. Most people's left halves of their brains are where language talents reside. Language difficulties might result from damage to that side of your brain.

What is Aphasia?

With aphasia, you may have difficulty communicating verbally or comprehending what others are saying. It often occurs when a section of your brain is damaged; however it can also occur when there are problems that interfere with how your brain functions.

What causes aphasia?

Aphasia is most often caused by stroke any type of brain damage can cause aphasia. This includes:

  • Alzheimer's disease.
  • Aneurysms.
  • Brain surgery.
  • Brain tumors (including cancer).
  • Cerebral hypoxia or oxygen deprivation-induced brain injury.
  • Concussion and traumatic brain injury.
  • Dementia and frontotemporal dementia.
  • Developmental disorders and congenital problems (conditions that you have when you're born because of a problem during fetal development).
  • Epilepsy or seizures, particularly when they result in long-term brain damage.
  • Genetic diseases (disorders you have at birth that you inherited from one or both parents, such Wilson's disease).
  • Encephalitis caused by bacterial, viral, or autoimmune conditions, which is an inflammation of the brain.
  • Migraines (this effect is temporary).
  • Radiation therapy or chemotherapy.
  • Poisons and toxins (such as heavy metal or carbon monoxide poisoning).
  • Strokes or transient ischemic attacks (TIAs).

What are the symptoms of aphasia?

  • Loss of fluency
  • Struggle with repetition
  • Problems with understanding
  • Speak in short or incomplete sentences
  • Speak in sentences that don't make sense
  • Replace a word with another or a sound with another
  • Speak unrecognizable words
  • Difficulty finding words
  • Difficulty finding words
  • Not understand what they read
  • Write sentences that don't make sense

When to see a doctor?

Seek immediate medical attention if you or a loved one suddenly develops: aphasia, which is frequently an indication of a major issue, such as a stroke.

Our intensive therapy includes:

  1. Difficulty speaking , 

  2. Trouble understanding speech , 

  3. Difficulty with word recall, 

  4. Problems with reading or writing


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