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After nearly 30 years, my business has gradually turned, almost in its entirety, to the Institute for Non-Surgical Voice Repair, which now, by osmosis, is a huge division of our original ‘The Royans Professional Vocal School’, founded in 1984. It seems like more and more people, (speakers and singers), have been experiencing mild and not-so-mild voice problems. Interestingly enough, almost every one of them, at some point in time, accessed their physicians and ENT specialists. Strangely enough, not one of them was helped to overcome their voice problems. At best, the medical professionals were able to offer some Botox treatments, especially for the Spasmodic Dysphonia sufferers and, or laser/scalpel surgical procedures. The Botox helped some patience momentarily, but then it got warn out and the symptoms of a nasty neurological disease of Spasmodic Dysphonia prevailed again. The polyps and nodules were yanked from the doomed patients’ throats, but they too, to the patients’
In A Nutshell.... Vocally Speaking - Forensic Science Concerning the Human Speaking and/or Singing Voice...
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The Lack of Understanding and more so, the lack of Knowledge of the above described can, most likely, facilitate the need for Non-Surgical Voice Repair... For many years now, I have been receiving students - singers, wannabe singers, public speakers, and also, clients, who required non-surgical voice repair. They have been coming from all over the world (not to mention that sometimes I was going there myself as well) – from almost every state of the US, Europe - primarily from the UK - England, also Scotland, Germany and Belgium, and, of course, Asia – Hong Kong, Shanghai, Thailand, India, Malaysia and Singapore, to name a few. In previous years, those people were coming to my school because they wanted to become professional singers or public speakers and they did not necessarily require any voice repair or any extensive voice work. They were just lacking the voice/vocal technique which would preserve their voices from damage and, therefore, would allow them to enter i