Vocal cord paralysis, for a patient, can be uncomfortable. Patient’s who experience this may have difficulty projecting their voice, vocal cord fatigue, and hoarseness.
About Noelle Galstian
Noelle is a Speech and Language Pathologist with a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern California (USC) and a Masters of Science in Communication Disorders from the California State University Northridge (CSUN). She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist by the States of California and Nevada.
Entries by Noelle Galstian
There is a growing consensus that there are many causes that influence stuttering. The currently accepted theory is that stuttering is related to both genetic and environmental influences.
If you are one of the many people who rely on their voice for their occupation, learning how to ease the tension in your vocal cords can be very helpful and relaxing.
It is very important for people who use their voice often or who rely on their voice for their occupation to have excellent vocal quality at all times.
When it comes to kids, one thing is common across the board: they all love games and activities.
Babies and young children often make funny mistakes when they’re learning to speak.
When we start feeling hoarse or feeling as though we are losing our voice, one of the first things we might be tempted to do is begin whispering.
If you use your voice for your occupation, chances are that you want to pamper it and take extra good care of it.