Manual of Voice Therapy

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-11-01
  • Publisher: Pro Ed
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Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Preludep. 1
The Nature of Voicep. 1
A Brief History of Voice Disorders and Their Managementp. 1
Challenges in the Management of Voice Disordersp. 3
The Voice Care Teamp. 5
Voice Guidelines for Patients and Professionalsp. 5
Counseling Functions of the Voice Care Professionalp. 6
Anatomy and Physiology of Voice Productionp. 9
The Phonatory Systemp. 9
The Respiratory Systemp. 21
The Resonatory Systemp. 26
The Aging Voicep. 32
The Voice Evaluationp. 35
The Case Historyp. 35
The Voice Evaluation Processp. 41
Motor/Sensory Evaluation of the Speech Musculaturep. 64
Phonotrauma and Trauma-Related Dysphoniasp. 77
Dysphonias Caused by Phonotraumap. 78
Dysphonias Caused by Mechanical Trauma to the Larynxp. 95
Dysphonias Caused by Burns to the Larynxp. 100
Voice Therapy Treatments for Phonotraumap. 103
Program of Vocal Restp. 103
Program of Vocal Hygienep. 110
Program of Voice Therapyp. 113
Special Considerations for the Professional Voice Userp. 132
Voice Changes Associated with Gender Reassignmentp. 136
Functional, Psychogenic, and Spasmodic Dysphoniasp. 139
Ventricular Dysphoniap. 139
Conversion Voice Disordersp. 141
Mutational Falsettop. 145
Spasmodic Dysphoniap. 148
Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motionp. 154
Congenital Dysphoniasp. 157
Congenital Mass Lesions of the Larynxp. 157
Congenital Structural Anomalies of the Larynxp. 160
Neurogenic Dysphoniasp. 169
Dysphonias Associated with Disorders of the Lower Motor Neuron, Myoneural Junction, and Musclep. 171
Dysphonia Associated with Disorders of the Upper Motor Neuronp. 195
Dysphonia Associated with Disorders of the Cerebellar Systemp. 197
Dysphonias Associated with Disorders of the Extrapyramidal Systemp. 200
Dysphonias Associated with Dysarthrias of Multiple Motor Systemsp. 220
Dysphonias Associated with Neurologic Loss of Planned, Volitional Control of Phonationp. 229
Therapy Procedures for Speech Rehabilitationp. 232
Disorders of Vocal Resonancep. 243
Hypernasalityp. 243
Hyponasalityp. 250
Assimilative Nasalityp. 251
Resonance Disorders Due to Faulty Tongue Posturesp. 253
Stridencyp. 256
Laryngectomee Rehabilitationp. 259
Preoperative Managementp. 260
Postoperative Managementp. 264
Voice Trainingp. 272
Standard Reading Passagesp. 295
Informational Handouts for Clients and Familiesp. 299
The Effects of Medications and Drugs on Your Voicep. 299
Suggestions for Parents of Young Children with Voice Problems (Ages 3 to 7)p. 301
Suggestions for Parents of Children with Voice Problems (Ages 7 to 14)p. 303
Suggestions for Teens with Voice Problemsp. 305
Vocal Health Tips for Adults and Seniorsp. 307
Tips for Vocal Health for Any Agep. 310
Vocal Hygiene Rules for Lifelong Vocal Healthp. 312
Advice for Professional Voice Usersp. 314
Resources for Voice Assessment and Therapyp. 317
Referencesp. 323
Additional Resourcesp. 337
Indexp. 341
About the Authorsp. 367
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