Voice Disorders - Including Video Stroboscopic Evaluation

Treatment for voice disorders varies depending on the cause. Most voice disorders can be successfully treated when diagnosed early. Various occupations (coaching, teaching, etc.) and lifestyle can cause vocal trauma that may potentially lead to a voice disorder.

Common voice disorders include vocal nodules, edema, contact ulcers, polyps, hyperkeratosis, spasmodic dysphonia, laryngitis, granuloma, and vocal fold paralysis. Once the voice evaluation is completed by the speech language pathologist, a treatment plan is developed to reduce vocal misuse and abuse and improve vocal hygiene and quality.