The Division of Laryngology

Dr. Kwang Sung, MD, MS; Dr. Ann Kearney, CScD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S; Dr. Beth DiRenzo, PhD, CCC-SLP; Dr. Ed Damrose, MD, FACS; Tiffany Sun, BSN, NR; Jane Wang, RN, MSN, FNP-C; Jenny Erpenbeck, MS, CCC-SLP; Idris Samad, MD, FRCSC; Meena Easwaran; Mohammed Imran Khan, PhD; Damaris Espinoza, CMA; Josh Martinez; Maureen Baran; Sarah Lee, RN, FNP-BC

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.

What Treatments Do We Offer?

  • Evaluation for and identifying the cause of hoarseness, airway and swallowing disorders
  • Care for the professional voice
  • Multidisciplinary management of voice disorders and laryngeal cancer
  • Referrals for voice therapy or swallow therapy with a speech language pathologist when appropriate

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(650) 723-5281

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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.

Dr. Damrose improves healthcare with innovative surgical techniques

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