Singing and Voice Therapy

We Provide Voice Care For

Singers Actors  Public Speakers  Teachers  Entertainers  Business People  Kids  and More

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Your voice is an essential part of who you are. It plays an important role in how you present yourself and how you’re being perceived by others. Whether it is for a job interview, a performance, a speaking engagement, singing at a concert, teaching, or being able to communicate with your loved ones, we understand the importance of your voice and will provide the best possible care for you to help you use your voice with confidence and ease.

Are you concerned about your voice?

Whether you are a professional voice user or not, the following questions will help you find out more about your voice and if you have a possible voice problem:

  • Does your voice get hoarse or raspy?
  • Does your voice fatigue easily?
  • Does your voice sound breathy?
  • Do you experience discomfort in your throat when talking, singing or swallowing?
  • Does your voice sound too low? Too high?
  • Does your voice sound too low? Too high?
  • Do you have difficulty projecting your voice?
  • Do you frequently cough, or clear your throat?
  • Do you feel anxious about your next presentation or performance because your voice might not hold up?
  • Do you sing and would like to increase your vocal range?
Voice Therapy for Adults and Children

If any of these questions apply to you please contact us for a FREE phone consultation to find out how we can help you achieve your best possible voice.

How does voice therapy work?

Using a perceptual-acoustic voice evaluation we assess your vocal quality, pitch, loudness and resonance. If a voice problem is identified, we will develop an individualized treatment plan to achieve the best possible voice outcome. This includes a multidisciplinary approach, such as a videostroboscopic examination by an otolaryngologist to rule out any vocal fold pathology.

Voice Disorders

Voice disorders can develop for a myriad of reasons, such as vocal straining from screaming or yelling, laryngeal changes, neurological disorders, etc. We treat vocal fold pathologies including:

  • Muscle tension dysphonia
  • Nodules
  • Polyps, Cysts
  • Reflux (LPR)
  • Vocal fold paresis or paralysis
  • Vocal weakness due to aging
  • Neurological disorders (voice problems related to stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, MS)
  • Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion
  • Spasmodic dysphonia

Call us today for a FREE phone consultation. We can help you meet your goals for a healthy and confident voice.

Anatomy Quick Guide

Did you know where your vocal cords are located and what they look like?

Normal larynx diagram.

We can help you meet your goals for a healthy and confident voice.