We would like to present you with an informative case study regarding voice damage caused by acid reflux. This case study can be accessed by clicking HERE If you had, or are currently, suffering from a similar problem, feel free to send us a direct message (or contact us via phone or by email) for info about what it takes to treat vocal cord damage and/or voice disorders.Continue reading “Blog/Case Study – Acid Reflux Affecting Voice”
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We would like to share an informative article on voice and vocal health with you. This article is titled: Voice Disorders Classic Diagnosis: Vocal Cords Acid Reflux and/or Muscle Tension Dysphonia? Go Figure!!! Give it a read. Comment and subscribe to get exciting new details and discoveries!Continue reading “Voice Disorders: Classic Diagnosis!”
Attention Spasmodic Dysphonia Sufferers: We can assure you that there is hope for a full recovery of your voice – in most cases! Within the link above, please read the synopsis of our present voice repair client and SD sufferer, Tanya G
We had received a client suffering from the Spasmodic Dysphonia voice disorder. She came to us (just 4 days ago) from another side of the planet – New Zealand! We’ve learned that it took her over 22 hours to fly to us – to Toronto, Canada.Continue reading “Informative Synopsis: Attention Spasmodic Dysphonia Sufferers.”
Highly Informative Case Study – Part 1.
We would like to share with you an informative and uplifting voice repair article titled: “This Time, Medical Doctors And Speech Therapists Had Failed The Patient With The Muscle tension Dysphonia Diagnosis!”
This story is about “old” Maggie Y – now the “new” Ariel Y – who came to us about a year ago to fix her breaking and crackling voice due to the voice disorder known as muscle tension dysphonia (MTD). Maggie (Now Arielle) told us her story and explained the reason why she thinks it happened to her.
With her permission, we would like to share her story with you: To read the full article, click HERE, or on the image above!
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