Seh Ling has been a speech therapist at Tan Tock Seng Hospital for the past decade where she is an active clinician and clinical educator. Her first experience with manometry came from an exposure to conventional manometry for dysphagia management while on an overseas clinical attachment in 2014. She received her doctorate in Speech and Language Sciences from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, where she investigated the influence of associated pressure dynamics on upper oesophageal sphincter function. Through her PhD journey, she acquired expertise in pharyngeal high-resolution manometry, used for assessing pressure changes in the pharynx and upper oesophageal sphincter during swallowing. Her current clinical interests include dysphagia rehabilitation through biofeedback as well as management of upper oesophageal sphincter dysfunction. She is currently navigating through translation of pharyngeal high-resolution manometry from a predominantly research tool to a clinical service for specific client populations with dysphagia at Tan Tock Seng Hospital.