Paper Title
Using Diadochokinetic To Improve Dysphagia

The aim of this study is to investigate the use diadochokinetic to improve dysphagia. The study involves subjects receiving specific speech rate training and undergoing non-invasive headphone-based swallowing assessments. Swallowing function assessments are expected to be conducted before training, after training, and at subsequent time points. The anticipated results of the study will provide preliminary evidence to explore the impact of diadochokinetic on swallowing function, offering valuable insights for further research on the relationship between speech training and swallowing. This research will offer initial evidence for the potential of diadochokinetic to improve swallowing function, which may contribute to the development of more effective treatments for swallowing disorders. Additionally, it underscores the close connection between speech and swallowing, warranting further investigation. Keywords - Diadochokinetic, Dysphagia, Swallowing