Voice Center

Voice Center

Effective treatment of voice disorders depends on correct diagnosis. At the Voice Center, sophisticated stroboscopic light sources and video are used to view the vocal folds in motion. Examinations are recorded for documentation and comparison. Treatment for voice disorders varies widely, depending on the diagnosis. Voice disorders may be the first sign of a general and or specific disease or illness. The Voice Center keeps up to date with the latest research, therapy approaches and surgical options. Our team reviews physical and perceptual vocal findings and develops a plan to remediate each voice disorder individually.

Karin Titze Cox, voice clinic director, is a speech language pathologist/singer with specialty training in voice (clinical vocologist). She provides stroboscopic evaluations of the larynx and comprehensive evaluations of the voice/resonance and swallow mechanism in the Salt Lake City and Murray locations. Rebecca A. McGarry is also a speech language pathologist/singer and clinical vocologist that provides voice therapy after diagnosis. All members of our voice center staff work with most ENT physicians in the practice to provide the best quality of care and outcomes for the patient.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Voice Problems

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