Vocal “Prosthetics” – What Do We Mean By That?

Alternative Approach To Speaking and Singing Voice Mechanics. We are getting a lot of inquiries from people who suffer from various voice/vocal disorders. They are suffering from vocal issues such as: nodules, polyps, lesions, cysts, papillomas, paralyzed vocal cords and many other vocal problems. Naturally, some people want to resolve their vocal cord growth non-surgically; and this is …

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How To Get Your Voice Back – Embrace The Process.

Step 1. Identify the vocal problem itself in order to get your voice back. Perhaps, you have noticed that your voice (Speaking and/or singing) is not working in the same capacity as it once was. Obviously you are puzzled and concerned. At this point, you have to come to terms that something is not the …

Non-Surgical Voice Repair: Spasmodic Dysphonia Diagnosis – Could It Be Treated Remotely?

Recently, we had an inquiry from a singer situated in Europe who had been diagnosed with Spasmodic Dysphonia. .................................................................................................................................... “I was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia, and the doctor wanted to give me Botox injections, but I refused because the risk of not being able to sing well afterwards (I am a singer) was too great! …