For pediatric appointments, call 314-454-6162.
Washington University voice and airway experts provide expert diagnosis and treatment for conditions affecting a patient’s voice, airway and ability to swallow. Causes of voice and airway disorders include infections, upward movement of stomach acids into the throat, growths due to a virus, cancer and diseases that paralyze the vocal cords.
In addition to expert dysphagia treatment and diagnosis, our board-certified laryngologists also provide treatment services for:
- Acute and chronic non-specific laryngitis
- Aging voice
- Awake treatment of laryngeal disease (KTP laser treatment of papilloma, dysplasia, and leukoplakia)
- Esophageal stenosis
- Laryngeal disorders
- Larynx fracture
- Muscle tension dysphonia (MTD)
- Reinke’s edema
- Spasmodic dysphonia
- Strained voice
- Swallowing disorders
- Tracheostomy complications
- Vocal fold cysts
- Vocal fold hemorrhage
- Vocal fold nodules
- Vocal fold paresis/ paralysis
- Vocal fold polyps
- Vocal overuse
- Vocal trauma
- Voice disorders in children
- Zenker’s diverticulum
Visit the Voice and Airway Center today
The expert laryngologists and speech pathologists at Washington University Voice & Airway Center offer the latest innovations in medical and surgical treatments for dysphagia and other conditions that affect the voice, airway and ability to swallow. They recognize the importance of vocal expression and normal eating/drinking to a patient’s quality of life.
Schedule an appointment today to visit with an expert at the Voice & Airway Center in St. Louis.