Ms. Amulya Raghava

Ms. Amulya Raghava

BSc (Speech & Hearing), M.Sc (Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology)

Speech - Language Pathologist

Experience 7 Years


Ms Amulya Raghava is associated with Bangalore Baptist Hospital (BBH) since 2019. She is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Swallow Specialist. She is experienced in comprehensive evaluation and intervention of persons with swallowing, speech-language, cognitive-linguistic and communication disorders in adults and children. She is fluent in five languages with effective communication skills.  She supports her patient's speech and communication goals through creative and constructive treatment planning.

She has completed her certification course on Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) and Post Laryngectomy Rehabilitation (Surgical Voice Restoration & Dysphagia Rehabilitation in Laryngectomy held at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai in April 2019 in association with Langmore Foundation.

Prior to joining BBH, She was working in NewRo Rehabilitation Centre, Bangalore.

BSc (Speech & Hearing)
All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH)

Master in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
Manipal College of Health Professions (MCHP)


  • Assessment and management of paediatrics and adults with dysphagia, speech-language, voice, fluency and articulation disorders.
  • Expertise in Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) and Videofluoroscopic study (VFSS).
  •  Speech- Language and Swallow considerations in Head & Neck cancer, neurological disorders (Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke), neuro degenerative diseases (Parkinson’s disease, Motor Neuron disease, GBS, Dementia) and tracheostomized patients.
  • Examination and intervention of acute bedside patients.

Rehabilitation Council of India

Amulya Raghava, Hamshi, G., and Abhishek, B. P. (2015). Testing Facilitation and Suppression Hypotheses of Lexical Semantic Activation in Persons with Anomic Aphasia. Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 41(2), pp.59-67.


Abhishek, B. P., Hamshi, G., and Amulya Raghava (2019). Variability in the Magnitude of Priming as Function of Linguistic and Non-linguistic Stimulus. International Journal of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, 5(1), pp.1-5.