• Speech Language Therapy

  • United Hospital System’s Speech and Language Pathology Department is dedicated to improving quality of life and helping our patients return to their daily activities.

    Our team assesses and treats disorders that impair a person’s memory, thinking skills, ability to speak or to swallow.  We treat adults and children, both as inpatients and outpatients.  Individualized treatment plans are created to re-establish functional skills and improve communication ability.

  • Key Conditions Treated

    Common medical conditions that cause speech, language, cognition or swallowing disorders are:

    • • Stroke (CVA);
    • • Traumatic Brain Injury;
    • • Alzheimer’s Disease;
    • • Parkinson’s Disease;
    • • Vocal Nodules;
    • • Laryngectomy;
    • • Tracheostomies;
    • • Head and Neck Cancer
    • • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  • Specialized Services

    • Dysphagia (Swallowing) Therapy

      Dysphagia occurs when a person has difficulty swallowing. This can occur following a stroke, head and neck cancer, or any surgery that is completed in the area of the neck. It can also be caused by weakness.

  • Our Speech Therapy Locations:


    St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus
    9555 76th Street, Suite 2610
    Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
    (Pediatric Speech Therapy)
    (262) 577-8991

    Kenosha Medical Center Campus
    6308 8th Avenue, Suite 501
    Kenosha, WI 53143
    (262) 656-3299

  • Speech Language Pathology


    Kenosha Medical Center Campus
    6308 Eighth Avenue
    Kenosha, WI 53143
    262.656.3299
  • Speech Language Pathology


    St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus
    9555 76th Street
    Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
    262.577.8989