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A voice disorder can be anything that changes the way you sound when you speak. If left untreated, voice disorders can impact your overall quality of life, change the way others see you and how you feel about yourself. If you are experiencing loss of voice, hoarseness, voice strain, raspy voice, pitch changes, or it takes more effort to speak, we can help! 


We can provide treatment to adults with voice disorders including chronic hoarseness, vocal cord nodules, vocal cord lesions, vocal cord polyps, vocal cord paralysis, paradoxical vocal fold motion disorder (PVFM), muscle tension dysphonia, vocal cord dysfunction (VCD), and chronic cough. 

Prior to the start of voice therapy, you will need to be seen by an Ear, Nose and Throat medical provider (ENT).  They will perform a laryngeal examination to find the source of your voice problem.  With this information, we are able to develop the best plan to improve your voice!

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