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Are you noticing changes to your voice?

Voice disorders can be caused by a variety of diagnoses including neurological disorders, vocal tension, respiratory difficulties and lesions to the vocal cords. 

Having a voice disorder can impact your personal and professional life. Voice Therapy is specifically designed to improve the quality of ease of your voice. 

Here are common symptoms of a voice disturbance...

  • Rough, hoarse vocal quality

  • Breathy, weak sounding voice

  • Strained vocal quality

  • Increased vocal effort when speaking

  • Vocal fatigue

  • Frequent coughing or throat clearing

  • Voice breaks

  • Voice cutting off unexpectedly

  • Abnormal pitch

  • Abnormal loudness

  • Running out breath quickly

  • Excessive throat/laryngeal tension/pain/tenderness

  • Vocal fold paralysis or vocal fold paresis

  • Muscle tension dysphonia

  • Functional aphonia

  • Vocal fatigue

  • Benign lesions such as nodules, polyps, and cysts

  • Vocal rehabilitation for professional voice users and singers

  • Inflammation of the larynx due to issues such as laryngitis, or laryngopharyngeal reflux

  • Recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis

  • Adductor/abductor spasmodic dysphonia

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Pseudobulbar palsy

Common Diagnoses for Voice Therapy

We provide effective treatments such as...

  • Vocal function exercises

  • SPEAK OUT!® for Parkinson’s disease

  • Conversation Training Therapy (CTT)

  • Phonation Resistance Training Exercises (PhoRTE)

  • Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract (SOVT) Exercises

Your voice is your power. Let us help you find your power again!

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