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What is Voice Disorders?

Voice problems may occur as a result of excessive or abusive use of the voice, neurological disorders and/or structural anomalies. The most common voice problems are; nodule, polyp, cyst, sulcus vocalis, muscle tension dysphonia. Many symptoms such as unusual pitch, uncontrollable volume, hoarseness, fatigue, pain in the neck and throat, feeling stuck, and complete silence of the voice during the day might be observed depending on the type of the problem.

Early intervention when it comes to voice disorders is very important and speech therapy can help to:

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