Showing posts from September, 2016

Vocal Science – Health With Voice! Asthma Anyone?

Believe it or not, asthma disorder could be very much connected to a voice disorder, due to improper breathing.

Sulcus Vocalis (Vocal Cords Gap). How Could It Be Delt With Employing Unconventional Techniques?

Thank God that not too often, but still, we are getting inquiries from regular speakers and some singers who were diagnosed with a voice disorder called Sulcus Vocalis.
These type of people usually possess a raspy and hoarse voice and can also sound like they stutter a little, as due to the enlarged gap between their vocal cords, their voice falls in between. The timing of vocal cords opening and closing does not correspond with the voice occurrence; and therefore, the above described symptoms do prevail. By that point, the “alignment” between the subconscious mind, conscious mind, physical body and the voice is challenged.

So the total aim (using specially developed speech exercises for that matter, coupled with the unique body movements) is to put the “alignment” between the above aforementioned components back to order; and thus, achieve total balance on a mental, physical, physiological, emotional and vocal level. Once the integration and synergy between the described components ar…

Vocal Cord Paralysis: Could It Be Treated or, Furthermore, Cured?


Vocal ICU (Intensive Care) - Could It Be Administered Remotely?


Treatment For Strained Vocal Cords; and (As a Result) Partial Voice Loss

More and more people are enquiring about how to treat their strained vocal cords without the need for surgery or any other invasive procedures. When they actually call with their enquiry, I could hear that their voice is partially lost (sometimes less, sometimes more).

However, somebody just called me a few days ago, telling me (with their whispered voice), that the ENT Doctor had diagnosed him or her with the strained vocal cords. Firstly, I had to ask that person if they were male or female, as for the lack of voice, it was undetectable. Right away, I suspected that her problem (she revealed to me that she was a 64 years old female) was, by far, more serious then just strained vocal cords. 

I have told her (since she had absolutely no sound) that I would have no idea if I could recover her voice. The fact is that the fully lost voice could indicate that the problem could be as serious as throat cancer!

In her case, the fully lost voice was more a symptom then the cause; and therefore, …

Vocal Science: Fixing Voices Is Not Just Our Full Time Job, It Is Our Full Time Passion!!