Highly Informative Case Study – Part 1.
-Attention USA and West Coast Canadian Clients – Ms. Yampolsky, will, once again, be coming to the United States! 🙂
(This time, she will be working out of Sacramento & San Francisco, California!)
During her time-sensitive stay, she will be teaching, consulting and repairing voices – from May the 8th to May the 19th 2019.
Below is a mini itinerary for Ms. Yampolsky’s trip!
- Ms. Yampolsky will be working with a client in Sacramento from May 8th to May the 15th inclusively.
- During that time, (and as of now) she will be available for Saturday, May 11th for the full day – also, on the evenings of May 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th and 14th.
- In San Francisco, she will be available on the evening of May the 16th – and (as of now) mornings and evenings of May 17th, 18th and 19th.
Ms. Yampolsky will be engaged in important projects/meetings and, nonetheless, sessions; therefore, her time will be (as usual) highly in demand.
So If any of you would like to have a 2-hour consultation, 5-hour exploratory session, or a 10 hour (if available) private one-on-one non-surgical voice repair course and treatment with Ms. Yampolsky, please contact us as soon as possible at 416-857-8741, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On this note, we hope to see you there (or in Toronto, Canada) soon.
We would like to present to you with an article/case study which focuses on one of our voice repair clients who had suffered from vocal cord damage and Muscle tension dysphonia(MTD). This article also has insight on what it takes to non-surgically treat vocal cord damage and/or MTD.
The title of this article/case study is, “Vocal Cord Damage Acquired during Open Heart Surgery…?” To read the article, click on the title or image above.
We would like to welcome Michael T to our roster of non-surgical voice repair clients. (March 25th to April 1st, 2019).
He is a seminar leader, author, teacher, consultant, and radio show host from California, USA.
Below is Michael’s story:
Unfortunately, doctors performing the unrelated surgery (to vocal surgery) had managed to partially paralyze one of Michael’s vocal cords…? To rectify it, he has been offered a few surgical options – which we know, for a fact, would never work for anybody…
So we, from our side – employing our revolutionary Vocal Science(TM) method and its unique voice/vocal technique – are very optimistic and, moreover, certain that by employing our own specially-designed speech exercises, coupled with certain body movements, the now “lazy vocal cord” will begin to work in sync with the other healthy one. Nonetheless, we will also address all the health issues (especially breathing patterns).
Once the voice will get lifted off of the vocal box, off of the vocal cords, we will nurture the disturbed throat flora by employing natural herbal and some homeopathic remedies.
So stay tuned for Michael’s feedback after he finishes his 30-hour course and treatment on April the 1st, 2019! We, in fact, are sure that Michel’s case will be another success story to inspire future generations in need.
This is a new article regarding voice disorders and how they can be treated.
It is titled, Bleeding Polyp: Non-Surgical VS Surgical!
In lew of the 35th anniversary of our establishment, (for local clients only), NO TAX (13% HST) will be added to the tuition fees (treatments included) for our non-surgical voice repair treatment services, as well as for our singing and/or speech training courses!
This offer will end on February the 28th, 2019!!
For more information and to take advantage of this incredible offer, Contact Us!
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!
Vocal Problems Due To Surgical Interference: What Could Be Done To Rectify It?