Patients will receive an individualized intervention adapted to the unique needs of each one. The services provided will be carried out through highly qualified personnel committed to the service.
What is voice therapy?
A speech and language pathologist with special training in voice disorders will provide therapy to balance the breathing, phonation and resonance subsystems. It will also address vocal hygiene, such as hydration and the elimination of traumatic vocal behaviors. Voice therapy teaches you how to produce voice in the optimal form.
How do I know if I need voice therapy?
If you are a professional voice user, it is extremely important to keep your voice in good working order. Professional voice users are not only singers and actors, but also teachers, reporters, lecturers, leaders, telephone operators and anyone else who uses their voice for a living.
- Persistent cough
- Pain or fatigue when speaking
- Vocal cord nodules, polyps, or cysts
- Vocal cords paralysis
- Spasmodic dysphonia
It's possible you may need voice therapy if you have one or more of the following:
- Loss of voice when speaking
- Head or neck cancer
- Laryngectomized patient
- Cardiovascular accident (CVA) or Stroke
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Rehabilitation services for adults
· Talks to the community
· Auditory screening in the areas of speech, language, cognition, voice and swallowing.
· Individualized therapeutic services aimed at adult rehabilitation: in the areas of speech, language, voice, cognition and swallowing.
All these services are also offered through a virtual platform (Telepractice).
Therapies for patients with Parkinson's Disease:
· SPEAK OUT! Program
· LOUD CROWD Program - Group therapies offered in weekly sessions.
Free of cost for the patient.
· LSVT LOUD Program - Speech therapy for patients with Parkinson's Disease.
Strategic compensatory techniques for patients who have difficulty swallowing:
· MDTP Program - Therapeutic exercises for eating and swallowing disorders in adults.
· EMST Program - Exercises to increase the respiratory capacity.