Many individuals experience voice disorders that interfere with their ability to communicate. The Voice Laboratory at Botsford Hospital can help.
At Botsford Hospital, we offer state-of-the-art, digital videostroboscopy evaluation. Using a small camera, a speech-language pathologist will look at and evaluate your vocal cords.
If you notice any changes in your voice, you should consult an ear, nose, throat physician (ENT), called an otolaryngologist. If testing is needed, the doctor will give you a prescription for a voice evaluation and videostroboscopy. The results of this testing will be used to develop a treatment program to help restore your voice.
Who can benefit:
Voice Evaluation and Videostroboscopy might be right for you if you experience any of the following symptoms:
About the evaluation:
The examination will take approximately 90 minutes and will include:
Please verify with your insurance carrier that your insurance will cover a voice evaluation and videostroboscopy before booking an appointment. Most insurance plans do cover this testing.
About the therapist: A team of licensed Speech Pathologist, each with an additional Certification of Clinical Competency from the American Speech and Hearing Association, conduct all Voice Evaluations and Videostroboscopies.
To start voice therapy: Your physician or an ENT (ear, nose, throat) specialist can make an assessment and write a prescription for a Voice Evaluation and Videostroboscopy.
This therapy program is offered at:
Voice Evaluation and Videostroboscopy takes place at Botsford Hospital
Botsford Hospital (main campus)
28050 Grand River Avenue
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
For more information about voice disorders contact your physician or contact us at (248) 471-8648.