Vocal Science – Health With Voice! Asthma Anyone?

Believe it or not, asthma disorder could be very much connected to a voice disorder, due to improper breathing. If the asthma sufferer is not aware of his/her breathing patterns, it could very easily effect their voice, as the throat, at the time, becomes very dry, and also the use of the medicated puffers will …

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Vocal Science: Fixing Voices Is Not Just Our Full Time Job, It Is Our Full Time Passion!!

Given that we live in a digital era, more and more we have been asked if we provide Non-Surgical Voice Repair Services remotely, i.e., via Skype, FaceTime, WeChat and etc. This trend started a few years ago and, at that time, I thought that people were simply joking…! I thought “they could not be serious”, …

Could Speech Therapists (Or Speech Pathologists For That Matter), Attend To Singers With Voice Disorders?

Lately, for some mysterious reason, I hear more and more from people who used to be able to sing (or even professional singers with voice issues) contemplating to receive the treatment for their voice problems from speech therapists or speech pathologists…? How logical is that? Honestly, to me, it does not make any sense, as none …

Paralyzed Vocal Cord Due to Intubation and Other Causes… Could it be treated and could the voice be restored other then Non-Surgically?

The voice disorder such as a paralyzed vocal cord is definitely “not a picnic” to put it mildly. Usually, this condition occurs due to a related or non-related surgery. It occurs very often during the thyroid extraction or spine fusion, where the neck is involved. It actually could occur in any surgery where intubation takes …

Untreatable Voice Diseases Should you give up and learn how to live with this disorder?

Indeed, should you give up, or rather do something, which will (at least) improve the quality of your life? What are those untreatable, nasty voice disorders? It definitely is vocal paralysis (paresis) or both vocal cords, the severe forms of spasmodic dysphonia, the severe forms of muscle tension dysphonia, scar tissue on the vocal cords, …