UCHealth Speech Therapy Clinic - Longs Peak Hospital

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Monday: 10am – 4pm
Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
Wednesday: 10am – 4pm
Thursday: 10am – 4pm
Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Outpatient speech therapy in Longmont

If you’re dealing with a medical condition that has affected your speech, language, voice, swallowing or cognition, we provide the personalized care you need to recover. Our clinic staff has extensive experience treating a variety of diagnoses in adults, including neuromuscular diseases, neurological conditions, and voice disorders.

Our services

  • Cognition, language, swallowing and caregiver education related to mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
  • Cognitive linguistic training for concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
  • Dysphagia treatment due to stroke, head and neck cancer and generalized weakness.
  • Language and speech treatment following stroke or other neurological events.
  • Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT) for treatment of voice disorders related to Parkinson’s disease.
  • Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS).
  • Myofacial release for treatment of swallowing dysfunction.
  • VitalStim (neuromuscular electrical stimulation) for treatment of swallowing dysfunction.
  • Voice treatment for vocal-cord dysfunction.

Related services

Depending on your personalized road to recovery, you may need services from other UCHealth teams:

Your appointment

Appointments require a physician referral and can be made over the phone by you or your referring physician’s office.

Once you are scheduled for your evaluation, you’ll find us on the first floor of UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in the radiology department.

Referral visits: what to expect

Modified barium swallow study

When your physician refers you to us for a modified barium swallow study, you will be scheduled to meet with a speech language pathologist (SLP), radiologist and radiology technician. The SLP will administer the study, which will take anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes.

The SLP will review the general results and recommendations with you and send a full report to your doctor.

Speech therapy evaluation

When your physician refers you to us for a speech therapy evaluation, you will receive a one-on-one evaluation from the speech language pathologist (SLP) which takes anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes. The SLP administers a variety of tests to assess for swallowing, voice, language and/or cognitive dysfunction.

After the evaluation, the SLP will work with you and your family to establish a plan of care and goals for your treatment, including establishing an appropriate treatment frequency and return visits for treatment.


Our office participates with many different insurance companies. Because insurance plans, policies and laws often change, please contact your insurance company to see if we are a contracted provider. >> Find insurance and billing information.

Please notify us if you have an insurance plan change, coverage change or insurance loss so we can properly bill your claims in a timely manner.


Questions about your bill?

Please visit the UCHealth bill pay site.

Speech therapy library

UCHealth offers an extensive health library as well as other information specific to speech and language conditions.

Speech and voice disorders
Swallowing difficulties
What is a speech language pathologist?