VOICE

Nodules, Cysts, Polyps

Nodules, Cysts, Polyps

Behavioural voice therapy is often recommended as a first step in treating vocal lesions.

Muscle Tension Dysphonia

Muscle Tension Dysphonia

Manual therapy/laryngeal massage and voice exercises can relieve pain and restore a healthy voice.

Reflux (GERD, LPR)

Reflux (GERD, LPR)

Voice exercises, vocal hygiene and pharmacological intervention from your primary care physician can improve voice quality.

Age Related

Age Related

A youthful voice can be retained or recovered through exercises alone, or in combination with injections provided by a Laryngologist.

Assistive Devices

Assistive Devices

Protect your voice and enhance your listeners' experience by using proper amplification or text-to-speech options when you are on voice rest.

 Transgender Voice

Transgender Voice

Learn to transform how you speak to express who you are without sacrificing vocal health.

Pre- & Post-Surgical Care

Pre- & Post-Surgical Care

Learn about what led to your voice problem and change vocal behaviour to improve tissue healing and prevent future surgeries.

Chronic Cough

Chronic Cough

Techniques to eliminate chronic, habitual cough can improve quality of life.  (Patients will have ruled out underlying acute or chronic medical conditions.)

Breathing Problems (VCD, PVFM)

Breathing Problems (VCD, PVFM)

Exercises can retrain vocal folds that are closing unexpectedly when triggered by vigorous exercise, reflux, infections, strong odours/fumes, and stress. Learn more...

Singers

Singers

Strengthen and protect your voice with education and exercises.