Dysphagia Solutions by ACP®

The Synchrony Dysphagia Solutions by ACP integrates surface electromyography (sEMG) and patterned electrical stimulation (PENS) into a treatment combination that promotes improved swallow mechanics, normalized muscle function and tone, increased muscle strength and coordination, pain reduction, and a better quality of life.

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The Synchrony is now portable, giving your clinicians two options that fulfill their patient care needs:

Patient Benefits

  • Improve motivation and tolerance
    for therapy
  • Promote superior functional outcomes, patient satisfaction and quality of life

Clinician Benefits

  • Develop more effective treatment plans using objective data
  • Take the treatment to the patient

Facility Benefits

  • Decrease length of stay
  • Save an estimated $5,000 per month vs. modified diet and feeding tubes

The Synchrony Dysphagia Solutions by ACP® combines sEMG with a virtual environment to engage patients in fun, interactive swallowing and speech exercises. Objective data highlights progress for patients and therapists to see while also guiding treatment plans.

Kangaroo – Effortful Swallow

Diver – Effortful Swallow & Tongue Against Resistance

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Evidence-Based Clinical Program for Dysphagia

Our customizable evidence-based program combine innovative technologies of Synchrony with customized clinical protocols and pathways, advanced therapist training and on-going support by ACP’s speech language pathologists to ensure you achieve better outcomes for your patients in the most efficient manner.

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1. Thiyagalingam, S., Kulinski, A., Thorsteinsdottir, K., Shindelar, K., & Takahashi, P. (2021). Dysphagia in Older Adults. Thematic Review on Aging.
Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 96(2), 488-497. Retrieved [2021, April 30] from
2. Crary, M. A., Carnaby Mann, G. D., Groher, M. E., & Helseth, E. (2004). Functional Benefits of Dysphagia Therapy Using Adjunctive sEMG Biofeedback.
Dysphagia, 19(3), 160-164.