Signs of Voice Disorders

  • Changes in Vocal Quality
  • Changes in Vocal Effort
  • Voice changes interfering with your life

Symptoms of Voice Disorders

  • Hoarseness
  • Gravelly voice
  • Voice loss
  • Breathy voice
  • Squeaky voice
  • Decreased ability to perform job responsibilities
  • Vocal fatigue
  • Poor vocal energy
  • Shortness of breath with talking
  • Soft voice
  • Inability to be loud
  • Loss of notes in pitch range
  • Throat pain/soreness
  • Throat tightness
  • Chronic cough
  • Chronic throat clearing
  • Voice loss or changes unrelated to illness

Signs of Laryngeal Airway Disorders

  • Chronic Cough
  • Chronic Throat Clearing
  • Breathing Attacks

Symptoms of Laryngeal Airway Disorders

  • Coughing for more than 8 weeks unrelated to an illness
  • Frequent/chronic throat clearing
  • Trouble breathing in with specific triggers
  • Breathing attacks unresponsive to inhalers/puffers
  • Voice changes
  • Tightness in the throat
  • Rapid onset and recovery of breathing attack
  • Airway noise on inhalation
  • Breathing attack or coughing in response to airborne irritants/odours
  • Breathing attack with activity or high-level/elite athletics: Exercise Induced Laryngeal Obstruction (EILO)/Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion (PVFM)

 

State of the Art Evaluation

  • A complete review of your concerns as well as any medical, surgical, lifestyle, occupational or emotional factors that might be related to your voice concerns
  • Analysis of the sound of your voice (acoustic analysis)
  • Analysis of the airflow and air pressure during voice production (aerodynamic analysis)
  • Evaluation of vocal fold function (videostroboscopy)
  • Manual assessment of laryngeal tension
  • Introduction to voice exercises designed for progress towards your goals right away
  • Development of your treatment plan

Specialized Equipment

  • KayPentax Digital Laryngeal Videostroboscopy.
  • KayPentax Computerized Speech Lab
  • KayPentax Phonatory Aerodynamic System

Surrey Voice Clinic — It is more than just your Voice

Voice & Laryngeal Airway Therapy Programs

THERAPY SESSIONS

  • 60-minute one to one therapy sessions based on your goals
  • A typical course of voice therapy is 4-6 sessions over 6-8 weeks
  • Exercises and strategies designed for your individual needs
  • Onsite visits for athletes with Exercise Induced Laryngeal Obstruction

SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS

  • Lee Silverman Voice Treatment for Parkinson disease (LSVT ®)
  • Gender Affirming Voice Training
  • Baseline evaluation for voice students & professionals
  • Telepractice (provided in BC only per College regulations)
  • Intensive Voice Therapy – all your therapy provided in one day! 

Surrey Voice Clinic — It is more than just your Voice

Resources

FAQ

Surrey Voice Clinic/Alida Vocal Coaching Webinars

Surrey Voice Clinic Newsletters

  • Vocal Health
  • Baseline Voice Education Evaluation (Coming Soon)
  • Pre-Post Operative Voice Evaluation and Treatment (Coming Soon)

Contact

ABBOTSFORD

#204 - 2600 Gladys Ave. Abbotsford, BC V2S 0E9
T: 778.880.0944
F: 778.880.0948
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SURREY

#207 - 5460 152nd Street Surrey, BC V3S 5J9
T: 778.574.2747
F: 778.574.2749
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CHILLIWACK

#2 - 45668 Storey Ave. Chilliwack, BC V2R 3V4
T: 604.846.8240
F: 778.880.0948
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COQUITLAM

1582 Booth Ave.Coquitlam, BC V3K 1B9
T: 604.540.0078
F: 604.540.0079
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