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Pretoria Voice Clinic
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What’s good and bad for your voice
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Lumps, Bumps and Mass Lesions On Your Vocal Folds
When would you consider visiting our voice clinic?
You have a hoarse voice that persists for more than 2 weeks.
You have lost your voice after an operation on your thyroid gland, neck or any other operation.
You have lost your voice after an injury to your neck.
Your voice deteriorates in quality as the day progress.
Your voice becomes tired or painful after continues voice use.
You experience a lump sensation or tightness in your throat.
You have loss of voice or no voice (whisper).
You are a professional voice user such as an actor, singer, teacher, preacher, attorney or judge and has voice related problems.
You struggle with laryngeal spasms when breathing.
When referred by another health professional.
Patients with coughing or choking of unknown cause.
A child with a hoarse voice.
Muscle Tension Dysphonia.
Neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Laryngeal Tremor, Vocal Cord Paresis/ Paralysis or Spasmodic Dysphonia.
You have difficulty with your voice ( a soft, breathy, weak, rough, or tired voice) after COVID infection.