Voice therapy, provided by speech-language pathologists, uses therapeutic exercises that are tailored to the individual’s specific vocal capabilities and vocal needs. Therapy can often be completed in four to six therapy sessions over a two-month period with guided home practice. Our therapists are skilled at working with all voice disorders, from older adults with changes due to normal aging to children and teenagers with voice and airway problems that impact their academic and social lives. Voice therapy is used in the comprehensive care of most medical and surgical treatments at our center. Voice therapy is a collaborative effort between the patient, speech-language pathologist and physician to optimize outcomes and improve care with improved communication. Our interprofessional practice makes communication between the patient, physician and therapist fluid.