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Voice Disorder Clinic

Understanding

Any changes in the voice that could be heard differently from the normal is a voice disorder. The voice quality, pitch, and loudness became unsuitable for an individual’s age or gender.

Consult with the Expert

Prof. Satyanarayan Mahapatra

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Chairman

How to Identify Voice Disorder?
  • Vocal fold paralysis

  • Vocal fold cysts

  • Vocal ulcers

  • Laryngeal web 

  • Muscle tension dysphonia

  • Laryngo pharyngeal reflux (LPR)

  • Spasmodic Dysphonia

  • Laryngeal cancer

  • Hyperventilation syndrome

  • Laryngeal Clefts

  • Dysarthria

Why Margdarsi is the best place for Voice Disorder Care?

  • Margdarsi believes in early prevention before a severe voice issue emerges since we believe that prevention is better than cure. 

  • Margdarsi’s approach is to provide Multimodal therapy with intensive care by certified professionals on regular basis.

  • The therapy for Voice disorder includes Voice therapy, Psychological therapy, Bio-medical intervention.

  • For voice difficulties, Margdarsi has the best protocols for the state of act instruments for intervention.

  • We take utmost precautions and prevention during the therapeutic process to avoid any kind of emergency conditions. 

Other Benefits:

Multi-modal Therapeutics

Parent's training for home based management of Autism

Social Integration at Aditi Integrated School

Empowering the professionals and capacity building of the service organizations

Liaison with Government for policy, planning and facility development

Volunteering Options

2300+

Children Treated

98%+

Success Ratio

100%

Referrals

40+

Expert Therapists

Margdarsi's Approach

What is our Approach to Voice Disorders?

Voice therapy is designed to treat the most common underlying cause of voice disorders. It is often combined with other treatment approaches. It can help in eliminating harmful voice habits through proper voice techniques. Margdarsi is one of the best institutes for voice rehabilitation as we:

 

  • Have all the modern equipment for the intervention process.

  • Have highly qualified and experienced professionals to help you throughout the rehabilitation process.

  • Have separate rehabilitation facilities for adults and children.

  • Give personal attention to the patients and caregivers 

  • One to one therapeutic approach, as the treatment they need, will depend on the problems they have. 

  • Focus on professional; voice user’s voice management program and vocal hygiene program. 

  • Provide complete support in curing their voice and voice-related issues, not just bringing them to a near to normal level. 

  • Conduct follows up programs to monitor their progress after termination

About Voice Disorder

What is Voice Disorder?

This is the most common voice disorder in children which is the result of phono trauma or voice misuses such as yelling or making loud play sounds, throat clearing, and excessive coughing. These voice behaviours cause the vocal folds to close tightly against each other, causing blister-like bruises. These bruised areas can harden into callus-like bumps called vocal nodules.

  • When the vocal folds do not vibrate well enough to produce a clear sound.

  • When a person has Vocal infection

  • When a person vocally overuse/misuse/abuse.

  • When a person has Hormonal Dy's-balance.

  • When a child has by birth vocal problems

  • When a person has psychological/ Neurological voice problems

Behavioral trait of voice disorder
  • Your voice has become coarse or raspy

  • You’ve lost the ability to hit some high notes when singing

  • Your voice suddenly sounds deeper

  • Your throat often feels raw, achy, or strained

  • It takes an effort to talk

  • Strained/ rough voice

  • Weak voice

  • Discomfort with speaking

  • Severe sore throat

  • Severe and persistent cough

  • Sensation of something in the throat

  • Vocal exhaustion

  • Voice breaks

  • Loss of singing range/quality

  • Difficulty with breath control/shortness of breath during speech, singing, or exercise