Voice and Upper Airway Program

TLC’s Speech-Language Pathology Department offers in-person and virtual voice therapy for adults and children.

Symptoms of a Potential Voice Disorder Can Include:

  1. Rough, breathy, strained, strangled, or inconsistent vocal quality
  2. Abnormally high or low pitch/loud or soft volume
  3. Vocal fatigue or loss of voice after extended use
  4. Frequent coughing or throat clearing
  5. Pain while speaking or singing
  6. Constant or periodic feeling of a lump in the throat
  7. Episodes of breathing difficulties
  8. Frequently running out of breath while speaking or singing
  9. Voice-related gender dysphoria
  10. Loss of vocal range in pitch or volume

Examples of Voice/ Upper Airway Disorders:

  • Vocal Hyperfunction/Muscle Tension Dysphonia
  • Vocal Nodules and Polyps
  • Vocal Fold Paralysis
  • Spasmodic Dysphonia
  • Laryngotracheal Stenosis
  • Gender-Related Voice Care
  • Post-Operative Voice Care
  • Granuloma
  • Chronic Cough

Contact us for more information about our Voice and Upper Airway Program or to schedule services:

301-424-5200 x159 or OutpatientScheduling@TTLC.org