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MEET THE DOCTORS 2018

Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Osborne will be in:

 EUROPE: February 2018
NYC: April 25
ORLANDO: April 26
HOUSTON: April 27
Voice Pain and Muscle Tension Dysphonia
Figure 1: Muscles of the neck and paralaryngeal muscles are often used to support the voice during periods of vocal fold injury, including laryngitis.

Voice Pain and Muscle Tension Dysphonia

Question: I am a trained singer and have never had a voice problem. However, ever since having a cold a few weeks ago, it hurts when I sing or speak.…

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Is Vocal Fry Bad for You?
Vocal therapist, Amy Chapman, performs muscular assessment during voice use in preparation for Laryngeal Myofascial Adjustment.

Is Vocal Fry Bad for You?

The topic of vocal fry in young women is important and it does not seem to be going away. Regularly, a study concludes that speaking in vocal fry affects a…

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Small Hemorrhages: So Now What?
Figure: Varices that lead to a large polyp due to repeated small hemorrhages that were not detected with a scope in the nose by a prior ENT.

Small Hemorrhages: So Now What?

In a prior article, we discussed how small undetected hemorrhages will eventually lead to a larger vocal injury. The overarching question here, though, is now what? How do we use…

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