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d acupunc¬ture as they have been applied to people with varied types of neurologic communi¬cation disorders, and also provide a con¬cise overview of other methods and the scientific rationale behind them, includ¬ing biofeedback, and transcutaneous elec¬trical nerve stimulation. Marshall et al. (2015) provide a fascinating description of unilateral forced nostril breathing (see Figure 28-1 for an illustration) and why it may be a helpful adjunct to language treatment following stroke. An in-depth description of acupuncture and associated biological responses that make it poten¬tially relevant to treatment of neurogenic cognitive-linguistic disorders is provided by Laures-Gore and Marshall (2008). Hecht (2008) offers a succinct review of herbal treatments used to address cogni¬tive disorders in people with Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.
Learning and Reflection Activities
- List and define any terms in this chap-ter that are new to you or that you have not yet mastered.
- Compare and contrast the terms alter-native, complementary, integrative, and nontraditional as they might be used in the context of intervention for cogni¬tive-linguistic disorders.
- How are complementary methods that promote stress reduction and
relaxation related to clinical practice in aphasiology?
- Is it possible to define clear boundar¬ies between what is and what is not in the SLP scope of practice relative to alternative and complementary meth¬ods for promoting life participation in people with neurogenic communica¬tion disorders?
- If so, describe those boundaries.
- If not, why not?
- Marshall and Basilakos (2014) suggest that, as SLPs, we are more comfort¬able recommending complementary practices with which we have had personal experience.