Disorders involving the larynx, airway, and upper esophagus can interfere with our ability to speak, breathe, and swallow, profoundly impacting our quality of life. Many of these disorders can be specially evaluated and treated by the Stanford Voice and Swallowing Center.
If you are having problems with your voice, breathing, and/or swallowing, call and make an appointment with us today.
Tea, Honey And Lemon: Does This Classic Trifecta Actually Help A Sore Throat?
Dr. Damrose weighs in with Oregan Public Broadcasting on the efficacy of honey-lemon tea for a sore throat.
Dr. Sung hosts "Anatomy of an Opera Singer"
For World Voice Day, Drs. Sung and DiRenzo illuminated the inner workings of an opera singer's voice in song. Dr. Sung also treated the audience to his own professional voice.
What is a Laryngologist?
A laryngologist is a physician who has completed otolaryngology – head and neck surgery (ENT) residency training and further fellowship training specifically in laryngology / bronchoesophagology. Laryngology with bronchoesophagology focuses on treatment of disorders of voice, swallowing, and the airway.