Some people can experience paralysis of the vocal cords where
one or both cords do not move properly. This leads to poor function
of the vocal cords meaning they do not come together to close
properly to achieve normal voice production. In the links on the
right, there are exercises to help achieve this
closure. Please follow directions from your Speech and
Language Therapist to the exercises which are best for you.
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