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Does Your Career Depend on Your Voice?

photo of a group singing. To avoid voice problems, call BMC if your voice gets tired or strained.Professional voice users rely on their voice for their livelihood. A singer, actor, teacher, or lawyer needs to maintain a good vocal health to sustain and enhance their career.

Boston Medical Center’s Center for Voice & Swallowing houses a team of experts, including voice therapists, laryngologists, and speech-language pathologists and offers a wide array of diagnostic and treatment options for people with vocal or swallowing disorders.

Voice problems such as the voice being tired or strained after prolonged usage can affect both professional and personal life.

Voice problems often originate in the lungs, throat, larynx, and mouth and can be caused by a variety of conditions, including acute laryngitis; acid reflux; or polyps, cysts, or nodules on the vocal folds. Thankfully, the vast majority of voice problems are caused by non-life-threatening disorders and are easily treatable.

To schedule a consult with one of BMC's voice and swallowing experts, call us at 617.638.8124.

The Department of Otolaryngology at Boston Medical Center is affiliated with the Boston University School of Medicine. To learn more about our educational and research activities, please visit the Department of Otolaryngology’s main website.


Call: 617.638.8124
Fax: 617.414.4953

Boston Medical Center
Otolaryngology – Center for Voice & Swallowing
Moakley Building
Ground Floor
830 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118

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