The UT Voice Center is staffed by fellowship-trained laryngologists and helps patients from all over the nation with voice and airway disorders. The UT Voice Center is known as a center of expertise for many popular national recording artists, news anchors and other public speakers. Our patients benefit from a multidisciplinary approach for voice therapy care. Every patient will receive evaluation and treatment by an ENT specialist (otolaryngologist) and a speech pathologist with expertise in the vocal chords and issues that concern singers and public speakers.
This comprehensive approach enables our voice team to treat the full scope of the voice problem. Our ENT specialists will diagnose the primary concerns, such as vocal fold nodules, polyps, paralysis, and paradoxical vocal fold motion disorder. Then, the speech pathologist will carry out the therapy plan for addressing symptoms, such as increasing vocal control and improving vocal quality; decreasing pain, tightness or strain associated with speaking; reducing unexpected throat spasms and chronic coughing. After the therapy plan is complete, post-surgery care with vocal rest and post-treatment advice for Botox injections are provided to patients so that they can continue voice care at home.
For any voice, swallowing or throat problem, our renowned team of board-certified otolaryngologists is the preferred choice for care. Our physicians are extensively trained and they regularly conduct focused research on diseases and disorders of the voice, swallowing and throat.
Our multidisciplinary team creates treatment plans that are individualized for each patient. Treatments could include medicine, injection therapy, laser therapies or minimally invasive surgery options.
We treat all conditions, including:
- Laryngopharyngeal reflux
- Speech and swallow disorders
- Airway surgery
- Laryngeal and tracheal stenosis
- Neurologic disorders of the larynx
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Please call 210-450-9950 for more information or to make an appointment with The UT Voice Center.