Aprile 2002 - Volume XXI - numero 4

Medico e Bambino


Problemi correnti

Balbuzie e neurosillaba

ELENA VIVA1, ANTONIO CARBONE2, EMILIANO CLEMENTINI3, ENRICO VIVA4

1Specializzanda in ORL, Università di Verona
2UO Semplice di Neurologia, Ospedale Generale Provinciale “Cardinale G. Panico”, Tricase, (Lecce)
3Direttore scientifico della Società Italiana per la ricerca psicopedagogica clinica e sperimentale, Macerata
4Divisione di ORL e di Patologia Cervico-Facciale, Ospedale Generale Provinciale “Cardinale G. Panico”, Tricase, (Lecce)

STAMMER AND NEURO-SYLLABLE

Key words: Stammer, Cerebral dominance, Neuro-syllable, Rehabilitation

Stammer is a very common disorder in childhood and various factors may play a role in its aetiology. The authors emphasise the role of incomplete cerebral dominance as an important pathogenetic factor of stammer, as well as of other learning disabilities. On this basis, they propose a “central” rehabilitation through matrix-based training aimed at neuro-syllable development and establishment of hemispheric dominance. This non invasive holistic approach can be used also in other language disorders. The results obtained so far are promising.

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El. Viva, A. Carbone, E. Clementini, En. Viva. Balbuzie e neurosillaba. Medico e Bambino 2002;21(4):231-235 https://www.medicoebambino.com/?id=0204_231.pdf


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