Vocal fatigue is the progressively increasing effort to speak or sing, accompanied by a progressive decrease in vocal ability. It can be felt as dryness of the larynx and pain in the throat. Furthermore, a disproportionate effort is needed in order to speak.

A person with vocal fatigue is unable to speak or sing for a long period of time with a consistent voice quality.

At EYiasis Center, a complete ENT evaluation and a thorough examination of the larynx and vocal cords is performed in order to make the diagnosis. The recommended treatment will be individualized for each patient.

EY-Laser Therapy (LLLT) for Vocal Fatigue

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Vocal Fatigue

EY-Laser Therapy (LLLT) is very effective in reducing inflammation of the larynx and vocal cords. It also promotes healing of the strained laryngeal tissue, thus preventing further damage to the larynx.

The patient will enjoy the benefits of the treatment after only a few sessions. The tone, timbre and volume of the voice will be improved and the stinging or pain will be alleviated .

The above treatment may be combined with other treatments such as aromatherapy with medically certified essential oils and / or holistic medical acupuncture as needed.


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