Voice Therapy helps a person
attain the best possible voice by:
- Eliminating vocally abusive behaviors
and misuse that might contribute
to a voice disorder.
- Eliminating negative compensatory
behaviors that may emerge secondary
to a voice disorder and contribute
to or cause additional voice
- Strengthening the vocal folds.
- Developing vocal flexibility.
- Coordinating the breath,
phonation and articulation.
- Teaching and utilizing abdominal/
thoracic breath support.
The Team Approach:
I value working alongside otolaryngologists,
neurologists and vocal pedagogues
in assessing a patient and developing an
individualized plan for treatment.
Typical Patients Include, but are not limited to:
- Radio hosts/personalities
- Aerobics Instructors
- Sales People