The vocal training and regular examinations by otolaryngologists that children who sing in choirs receive may pay off beyond voice training to benefit their overall vocal health.
Articles tagged with "voice therapy"
Patient Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) and Voice Handicap Index (VHI-10) scores improved following voice therapy.
Voice therapy alone did not result in significant short-term changes for patients with vocal fold polyps (VFPs).
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Voice therapy, injection laryngoplasty, and bilateral medialization thyroplasty are all appropriate choices for treatment of the aging voice
Are factors such as age, gender, degree of vocal fold atrophy and the burden of medical problems associated with voice therapy outcomes for presbyphonia? Background: Although voice therapy is generally considered the mainstay of rehabilitation for the aging voice, there is little data on its efficacy for this indication, especially with regard to the effects of […]