Voice disorders: speech disorders and dysphonia
Our voice is a very important resource in order to make contact with our surroundings. Sudden voice loss would drastically influence our professional and daily life.
Voice disorders include everything regarding hoarseness, dysphonia, throat-clearing, shortness of breath, suffocation, sore throat, and sensation of a foreign body in the throat.
Phonation disorders include, among others, a delayed development in speaking in childhood, those taking the longest manifest as a delayed start when learning to talk, simple vocabulary, pronunciation errors as well as simple or incorrect grammatical constructions.
For more information about each of the examinations, click on the links below:
- Sudden Hearing Loss
- Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
- Nasal and Sinus Disorders
- Mouth and Pharynx Disorders
- Larynx Disorders
- Bronchial Disorders
- Voice Disorders: Phonation Disorders and Dysphonia
- Lymph Node Disorders
- Check-up for Smokers
- Check-up for Scuba Divers