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Voice Therapy

When your voice is changed or disordered it can affect every aspect of your life - ability to complete job duties, to communicate efficiently, to effectively portray your competence or message with clarity, your ability to be heard in louder environments and even your self confidence when communicating. A disordered voice can lead to social isolation, feelings of frustration, decreased competence, anxiety and more. Let us help you find your voice again.

Voice therapy is designed to target increasing the quality and ease of your speaking voice. Below are some common voice conditions that we treat:



  • Spasmodic dysphonia (click here to learn more about specialized services) 

  • Vocal fold lesions

    • Nodules, Polyps, Cysts

  • Atrophy (aka presbyphonia)

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR)

  • Vocal Tremor

  • Muscle tension dysphonia (MTD)

  • Voice change due to Parkinson's or neurological disease

  • Transgender elective voice therapy 

  • Unilateral vocal fold paresis or paralysis


*Please note that prior to beginning voice therapy individuals must receive a full evaluation from an otolaryngologist. It is recommended that the client be continually followed by an otolaryngologist for the duration of treatment.


**It is also important to understand that the goal of voice therapy for some chronic voice disorders or those of neurological origin (i.e. spasmodic dysphonia, tremor, and vocal paresis) is often to provide strategies to better compensate for the disorder, rather than cure it. 

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