Parkinson’s Disease: How Voice Therapy Can Help


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Posted in: Voice News | August 17, 2012

Parkinson’s Disease: How Voice Therapy Can Help

Nearly 90 percent of people with Parkinson’s disease (or PD) experience speech problems, but only about 5 percent seek treatment for those problems. That’s a disappointing fact for most of the 1.5 million Americans who… Read More

Posted in: Hearing News | June 8, 2012

What Is Spasmodic Dysphonia?

Vocal strain can occur at any time – especially after singing, after talking more than normal or during allergy attacks. However, a chronic condition known as spasmodic dysphonia can lead to long-term vocal issues.… Read More

Posted in: Hearing News | March 30, 2012

Cochlear Implants: Act Quickly to Improve Language

Cochlear implants, sometimes called “bionic ears,” offer much different auditory assistance than hearing aids – and utilized properly, they can help children with early-onset deafness, keep up with the language skills of their non–hearing impaired… Read More

Posted in: Voice News | February 24, 2012

Four Tips for Talking with Someone Who Stutters

More than 68 million people across the globe stutter when they speak. In the U.S. alone, that’s 3 million people. Behavioral and speech-language sessions can help those who stutter speak in smoother phrases, but how… Read More