Syracuse Voice Center

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Syracuse Voice Center
North Medical Center
Map & directions
Ste 3E
5100 West Taft Rd, Liverpool, NY 13088
Phone: 315 452-2350
Fax: 315 452-2355

Referrals may be mailed to:
Syracuse Voice Center
Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, New York 13210

Devoted to the Care and Study of the Human Voice

The Syracuse Voice Center is staffed by a team of specialists such as Otolaryngologists, Speech/language pathologists, and Voice scientists.
Additional expertise is available through referral as needed.

Our Services

  • Laryngeal videostroboscopy using rigid or flexible endoscopes
  • Phonomicrosurgery
  • Laser laryngeal surgery
  • Laryngeal framework surgery
  • Laryngeal augmentation techniques
  • Botox injection for spasmodic dysphonia
  • Laryngeal reconstruction
  • Voice evaluation
  • Behavioral voice therapy
  • Esophageal insufflation test (for TEP candidacy)
  • Voice recording—high quality; standardized conditions
  • Vocal function measures
  • Pre- and post-operative examination recording, testing and consultation
  • Surgical second opinions/ consultation
  • Care of the professional voice: singers, actors, politicians, ministers, teachers, etc.

Specialization in Voice and Laryngeal Problems

  • All benign vocal fold lesions:
    • nodules
    • polyps
    • cysts
    • laryngeal edema
    • contact ulcer
    • granuloma
    • papilloma
  • Congenital laryngeal anomalies
  • Neurological voice problems:
    • spastic dysphonia
    • Parkinson’s Disease
    • vocal fold paralysis
  • Laryngeal carcinoma
  • Functional voice problems
    • hyperfunctional
    • hypofuctional
    • psychogenic
  • Reflux laryngitis/dysphonia
  • Musculoskeletal tension dysphonia
  • Problems of the professional voice user
    • vocal fatigue
    • reduction of range
    • midrange problems

Referral Policies

Patients referred for examination and care will be examined by the Syracuse Voice Center team of specialists and followed by the appropriate team specialist(s). Patients referred for consultation or second opinion will be examined by the Syracuse Voice Center team of specialists, advised of the examination findings and referred back to their physician for care.

The Syracuse Voice Center staff is available for Continuing Education presentations.