Laryngology and Voice Clinic

Laryngology and Voice Clinic

Your voice is your strength!

Voice disorder can affect anyone in life. This may prevent you from carrying out your normal day-to-day life and may lead to a loss of earnings for some people.

A professional voice user includes anyone who relies significantly on his or her voice to earn a living. This may be a singer, schoolteacher, instructor, news broadcaster, salesperson, etc. This group of people is most affected by voice disorders. Our specialist has extensive experience and an extra postgraduate degree in diagnosing and treating voice disorders.

Conditions we treat

What problems does the Laryngology and Voice Clinic Clinic treat?

The Laryngology and Voice Clinic at Canadian Specialist Hospital provides comprehensive and state-of-the-art services for patients of all ages.

The conditions treated include:

  • Hoarseness or dysphonia
  • Vocal fold nodules, cysts or polyps
  • Vocal fold paralysis, unilateral or bilateral
  • Hoarseness after treatment for larynx cancer
  • Therapy to reduce the impact of spasmodic dysphonia
  • Muscle tension dysphonia
  • Shortness of breath/paradoxical vocal fold motion/vocal cord dysfunction
  • Resonance disorders (issues with nasality)
  • Chronic cough and/or chronic throat clearing
  • Voice restoration after laryngectomy including TEP & Voice prosthesis insertion (Provox), and electrolarynx
  • Voice, swallowing and speech changes after treatment for head and neck cancer

State of the art procedures

The Laryngology and Voice Clinic at Canadian Specialist Hospital is equipped with leading-edge technology for the assessment and treatment of voice and airway disorders.

Procedures used include:

  • Comprehensive voice and swallow assessment
  • High-definition laryngeal videostroboscopy
  • High-speed digital laryngeal endoscopy
  • Distal chip examination of vocal folds and airway
  • Nasendoscopy for assessment of velopharyngeal port function
  • Flexible endoscopic examination of swallowing (FEES)
  • Modified barium swallow study/video fluorographic swallow assessment
  • Assessment and fit of tracheoesophageal voice prosthesis
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