At LDS Hospital’s Voice and Swallowing Center, our multi-disciplinary team of speech-language pathologists and laryngologists (physicians who specialize in throat issues) treat a variety of voice, swallowing, and breathing disorders. We provide a comprehensive evaluation for each patient and then create a care plan customized to your individual needs.

Common Conditions We Treat

  • Hoarseness that lasts longer than 2 weeks
  • Chronic (on-going) vocal hoarseness
  • Vocal fatigue
  • Vocal nodules
  • Vocal fold paralysis or weakness
  • Aging voice changes
  • Voice and swallowing weakness related to Parkinson’s Disease, other neurological conditions, or head/neck cancer
  • Spasmodic Dysphonia or vocal tremor
  • Muscle Tension Dysphonia (muscle tightness impacting your voice)
  • Vocal fold lesions (polyps, cysts, papilloma, etc.)
  • Dysphagia (swallowing disorders) caused by weakness or changes to swallow muscles
  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction (a breathing disorder where the vocal folds close off)
  • Chronic Cough
  • Irritable Larynx Syndrome (irritation to the throat caused by environmental and lifestyle factors).
  • Reflux, globus pharyngis (sensation of having a lump in your throat), or reflux impacting the throat that is often silent where you may not have obvious symptoms.

Speech Pathology at LDS Hospital

LDS Hospital Voice and Swallowing Center

Proceed to the second floor of the parking garage. Go south through the double doors and enter the first suite on your left.