Professional Voice Care

Amy Hamilton, M.A., CCC-SLP, a singing voice specialist, conducting a singing voice therapy session.

Your voice is a crucial communication tool. Whether you’re an opera singer whose aim is to express the entire range of human emotions, or a police dispatcher handling dozens of emergency calls each day, your voice is crucial to your work and indispensable in communicating with family and friends.

We are passionate about professional voice care and offer a unique perspective, as our team is composed of not only voice care clinicians, but also classically trained singers.

What We Treat

We treat voice professionals who experience any voice problems. Examples include:

  • Pain or muscle strain with voice use
  • Pitch range problems
  • Vocal fatigue
  • Vocal tremor
  • Voice breaks

Diagnosing Voice Problems

To determine the cause of voice problems, our fellowship-trained laryngologists and speech pathologists will use fiber-optic technology and a stroboscope to visualize the larynx and vocal cords.

Videostroboscopy provides a magnified, slow-motion view of your vocal cords, which allows laryngologists to better diagnose voice problems over traditional endoscopic methods.

The procedure involves placing a telescope-like device on the tongue or passing a flexible version through the nose. The scope shines a strobe light on the vocal cords while the you make sounds. The recorded exam, which is reviewed with you, offers specific details regarding the vocal cord vibratory pattern, and allows the laryngologist or speech pathologist to observe specific abnormalities of the vocal cords.

Laryngologists consider stroboscopy to be essential for state-of-the-art management of voice disorders.

Request an Appointment

If you experience any change in your voice that is impacting your livelihood, we can help. To schedule an appointment with one of our laryngologists or speech pathologists, or for more information about our services, call 214-645-8300.