Voice Therapy

Cleveland’s Center for

Voice Therapy and Treatment

Does your pitch, volume, speech clarity, endurance, or
overall quality of your voice prevent you from effective communication? Do you shy away from talking or participating in social situations due to difficulties with your voice?

If vocal challenges are holding you back, it may be time to consider voice therapy. Voice disorders, impact millions of Americans. Many people, however, suffer in silence instead of seeking treatment.

At Cleveland Feeding and Swallowing Center, we are committed to providing you with exceptional voice therapy and care.

Determining if Voice Therapy is Right for You

Many people associate voice therapy with singers and other individuals who rely on their voice professionally. However, voice therapy can be appropriate and effective for anyone experiencing any type of voice disorder.

Voice disorders can occur as a result of illness, surgery, overuse, and nerve problems, among other causes. Most people who are diagnosed with a voice disorder exhibit signs such as:

Consistent laryngitis (loss of voice)

Raspiness, breathiness, hoarseness

Quivering, choppiness, strain

A voice that is too loud or too soft

A voice that experiences changes in pitch

Voice disorder symptoms are embarrassing and frustrating – and can change the way you live your life. Our speech pathologists can deliver relief and restore one of the most important parts of yourself – your voice.

Many speech pathologists are familiar with vocal challenges and have basic training to provide typical treatment strategies.

At Cleveland Feeding and Swallowing Center, however, we are seasoned veterans in caring for patients with a wide range of voice disorders including patients with Parkinson’s Disease– and we will personalize a treatment plan to suit you.

We take our time getting to know you and the specific set of circumstances surrounding your vocal challenges.

You are unique, and so is your voice disorder – as no two people experience the same symptoms and response to the same treatments in the same way.

A voice disorder treatment plan tailored just for you is critical for achieving desired results and maintaining long-term success.

Our personalized therapy program can include:

  • Comprehensive assessment of your vocal difficulties
  • Identification of patterns and habits negatively impacting your voice
  • Lifestyle changes (increased water intake, decreased -caffeine consumption, improved vocal hygiene)
  • Vocal-cord strengthening exercises
  • Posture, relaxation, and breathing exercises

We pride ourselves on our close connections with our patients as we evaluate your vocal challenges, learn about your goals, and develop a customized plan to help you live your best life.

Therapeutic Services

for a Wide Range of Feeding
and Swallowing Disorders

In addition to treatment for swallowing disorders, we offer several other customized therapy services to improve your quality of life.

Swallowing Disorders Therapy

Difficulty swallowing can be frustrating, scary, and dangerous. Our swallowing disorder therapists are committed to getting you back to the dinner table and making meals the enjoyable.

Feeding disorders therapy

We take a personalized approach to addressing the unique complexities of feeding disorders, ensuring you or your loved one receives the proper nutrients for growth.

Occupational Therapy

Looking to fine tune the fine motor skills you need to get around the house or workplace? At CFSC, our occupational therapists can help you with your daily living.

Speech Therapy

At Cleveland Feeding and Swallowing Center, we understand that speech and language difficulties can not only be frustrating for you, but for your loved ones as well. Our speech therapists will help you communicate confidently again.

Get Your Voice Back:

Contact the Speech Pathologists at Cleveland Feeding and Swallowing Center Today

At Cleveland Feeding and Swallowing Center, we take the time to create a personal plan customizedto meet your needs and abilities – and accomplish your goals. We are personally committed togetting your voice back, increasing your confidence, and improving communication with your loved ones.