“I really enjoyed learning about every interesting and relevant topic. I definitely liked that everything discussed was supported by evidence, which citation was provided for further and deeper learning. Everything was perfectly organized and had great supporting visuals. I was also inspired to continue shaping my ideas and projects that will help bring technology that promotes wellbeing in the populations we serve.” – Michelle Agosto 

“I loved the biofeedback sEMG topic, it’ll be very helpful at my hospital’s rehab unit. Also loved how it improves patient’s performance, outcomes, and adherence.”


Shining a Light on Dysphagia Management: Exercise, Sensors, and Adherence


After this course, you’ll be able to…

  • Use technology to advance your practice
  • Empower patients to stick to their dysphagia therapy program at home
  • Measure the dose of dysphagia exercises your patients take
  • Understand how to use biofeedback in your clinic
  • Know what biofeedback CAN and CAN’T tell us
  • Go to the literature and put together an evidence-based exercise program

Dr. Constantinescu, who goes by Gabi, worked for over a decade as an SLP with the head and neck cancer population at the Institute for Reconstructive Sciences and Medicine.  Her unique experience in collaborating with disciplines like anaplastologists, biomedical engineers, and prosthodontists sparked her interest in technology and patient care. From there she went back to school for her PhD Rehabilitation Medicine, where she focused on biofeedback mobile health systems. This is where her love for dysphagia therapy and technology flourished. Gabi is now a Chief Experience Officer with True Angle Medical Technologies Inc., a tech company that has created Mobili-T, a commercial mobile dysphagia system, and continues to educate clinicians on how this technology can be used.