Dysphagia therapy that drives better outcomes

 

Advance your dysphagia therapy with Ampcare’s Effective Swallowing Protocol (ESP)


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How Ampcare ESP is Different

It’s more than neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES)

Ampcare ESP is a protocol that combines NMES with a resistive exercise and a restorative posture device.

It speeds up airway closure time

Using the science of perturbation, Ampcare ESP speeds up airway closure time, thus reducing chances of aspiration. 

It stimulates important swallow anatomy, providing airway resistance

Ampcare’s ESP creates an effective, effortful swallowing exercise for your patient. Watch how under fluoroscopic imaging here!

Use a dysphagia therapy protocol that is…

Proven
Research finds that Ampcare ESP results in significant and functional improvements in swallow safety.

Comfortable
With our patented design, larger electrodes, and less treatment time, your patients won’t experience painful “hot spots” that other devices may cause.

Cost Effective
At $1.30 per treatment, our electrode is by far the most economical.

Become an Ampcare ESP provider!

Learn swallow anatomy and physiology, muscle fiber types & recruitment patterns,

principles of electrotherapy, how to effectively use Ampcare ESP… and the research behind it.

Upcoming Certification Workshops

(8 hours of ASHA Advanced CE)

Live Classroom Course

4 or 8 hours of classroom setting, including hands-on experiences.

In-Person Options

On-Demand

Pre-recorded Ampcare ESP Certification course, on your time.

Register for On-Demand

Hybrid Option

On-Demand + Zoom

Hybrid Option

SLPs trained during 2021 rated Ampcare’s CE Courses: 4.87 out of 5 stars

Want the live classroom experience, but don’t want to travel?

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What people say about us 

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  • “This course was fantastic! I learned so much and would highly recommend this to any of my colleagues. Thank you for making this presentation so digestible for the learner.”  – Kevin Renz Ambrocio, M.S., CCC-SLP,  – Austin, TX