Voice Disorders and Chronic Cough


Voice disorders is a change in how the voice sounds (pitch, volume, tone, and other voice qualities). Individuals with voice problems are usually referred to a Speech-Language Pathologist by their ENT (Ears, Nose and Throat Specialist). Some common voice disorders include: dysphonia, spasmodic dysphonia, polyps, nodules, vocal cord paralysis or weakness, etc.

Chronic coughing and throat clearing can contribute, exacerbate or perpetuate a voice disorder. A Speech-Language Pathologist can help you implement healthy voice habits to reduce chronic coughing and throat clearing, improving voice quality.

KATHERYNE LEGAULT: Voice (ex. dyphonia, nodules, etc.) & Chronic Cough (dry throat, throat clearing)

SARAH MOLOCI: Chronic Cough only (dry throat, throat clearing)

If you have questions or not sure who to book with for your communication concerns, we are just an email or phone call away!

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Katheryne Legault


Victoria Robert


Voice and Chronic Cough

Please book if you are experiencing the following:
- Swallowing difficulties, coughing/choking during meals
- ENTs recommended voice therapy