Vocal Cord Dysfunction, Irritable Larynx Syndrome or Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movement are some of the terms used to describe a breathing function disorder. Guided breathing retraining, along with assistance in determining and addressing underlying triggers, can greatly assist in reducing the impact of this disorder.
Muscle tension, reflux of stomach acid, surgery in the head or neck and changes in the surface of the vocal folds can all have an impact on how easy it is to make sound or the quality of the sound. A voice that is hoarse or painful to produce or just doesn’t meet your needs may improve with help. Voice therapy helps to balance posture, breath support and muscle relaxation to assist you in making the best voice possible with the least amount of effort whether in daily conversation or for work.