Voice therapy is a program designed to reduce voice problems through guided change in vocal behaviors and lifestyle changes. Voice therapy consists of a variety of tasks designed to eliminate harmful vocal behavior, shape healthy vocal behavior, and assist in vocal fold wound healing after surgery or injury. Voice therapy for hoarseness generally consists of one to two therapy sessions each week for 4–8 weeks (Hapner et al., 2009). The duration of therapy is determined by the origin of the hoarseness and severity of the problem, co-occurring medical therapy, and, importantly, patient commitment to the practice and generalization of new vocal behaviors outside the therapy session (Behrman, 2006).
In our Clinic we provides voice therapy for all kind of voice problems for all age group such as
- Vocal cord paralysis.
- Unilateral vocal cord paresis/paralysis.
- Puberphonia (High pitch voice/Male has high pitch voice).
- Androphonia (low pitch Voice/Female has low pitch voice).
- Vocal nodule.
- Vocal polyp.
- Spasmodic dysphonia.
- Professional voice disorder.
- Professional Voice care.