Singers in a crisis
Talking about vocal disorders in singers has always been a taboo. However, most professional singers have experienced at least one vocal crisis throughout their careers.
Just as athletes suffer injuries that prevent them from playing, singers can develop a vocal disorder that, for a time, prevents them from singing.
This is how you, voice expert, even with the best vocal technique can develop vocal fatigue, nodules, edema and hematomas. The reasons can be many.
Through a sensitive vocal work, I help you in the regeneration’s process of your voice, your singing technique until restoring the high artistic performance.
If your particular case presents clinical relevance (organic alterations such as nodules or hematomes), rehabilitation and evaluation are done in regular consultation with your phonatrician or otorhinolaryngologist (and speech therapist,if necessary).
For more information, you can download my free ebook: Singing voice disorders: symptoms and origins.
Or contact me here with your questions or concerns.
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In most cases, singing voice disorders occur in the superficial layers of the vocal folds.