Voice, Airway and Swallowing Problems
Voice disorders are medical conditions involving abnormalities of the sound produced by the larynx, affecting speech production. These include: puberphonia; chorditis; and vocal fold nodules. Swallowing problems may be the result of brain dysfunction, loss of sphincter control, or narrowing of the esophagus. Treatment of voice, airway and swallowing problems are offered for adult and pediatric patients.