Individually designed voice therapy is often the best method of treatment for voice disorders. Specific exercises, vocal health education, and improvement in voicing techniques are incorporated into your plan of care. Other treatments may involve surgery, or a combination of voice therapy and surgical management. Many patients undergo voice therapy in preparation for surgery to maximize healing of the vocal folds afterwards. Correct voice usage after surgery speeds healing and is critical to the final voice outcome.

Who would benefit from our Voice Disorders Services?

Everyone uses their voice extensively in their daily lives and we are all depend on our voice for our work, social interactions, family interactions and our hobbies. Some people use their voices more extensively than others and certain professions may put you at greater risk for developing a voice disorder. These professions include:

  • Teachers
  • Preachers
  • Public speakers
  • Construction workers
  • Factory workers
  • Sports coaches
  • Attorney’s
  • Broadcasters
  • Business executives
  • Singers
  • Choir directors
  • Athletes (shortness of breath determined not to be asthma)
  • Children with persistent hoarseness that is not improving

Individualized and Comprehensive Voice therapy

  • Diaphragmatic breath training
  • Upper body Release stretches
  • Lessac-Masden Resonant Voice Therapy
  • Stretch & Flow
  • Flow to resonance
  • Semi-occluded vocal tract work
  • Laryngeal strengthening – Vocal Function Exercises
  • Pre- and post- Surgical Voice therapy
  • LSVT for Parkinson’s Disease
  • Resistive breathing exercises for exercise induced shortness of breath
  • Resistive breathing and Cough prevention exercises
  • Accent reduction
  • Transgender voice transition
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