Voice Therapy

  • 8 July 2015
  • Posted by Yasminah Abdullah, M.S., CCC-SLP
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The ability to use your voice in an effective manner is essential for both business and personal relationships. Voice disorders can make it difficult for people to feel confident about themselves and their ideas, but with some voice therapy you can learn how to control your voice and change the way the world hears you.

Voice disorders include Vocal Cord Dysfunction which is when the vocal cords close when they should be open and in turn give you a scratchy-sounding voice. Chronic coughing and chronic hoarseness are both tough on your vocal cords and make it difficult to carry conversations or conduct presentations. Speech therapy can assist you in managing your voice by learning the right way to breathe and also how to relax your throat in order to produce the voice you want people to hear.

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