The Duke Division of Laryngology and Duke Voice Care Center bring together the outstanding expertise of highly trained physicians, speech-language pathologists and clinical singing voice specialists to treat patients of all ages and with the full range of conditions affecting voice, breathing, and swallowing. Our multidisciplinary team is committed to providing cutting edge treatment and advancing evidence-based care for our patients.
The Duke Division of Laryngology and Duke Voice Care Center provide excellent, patient-oriented, and interdisciplinary care for patients with voice, breathing, and swallowing disorders and is engaged in efforts to advance the treatment of these conditions.
Our goal is to collaborate with patients in a team-based, interdisciplinary approach to restore patients' voices and ability to communicate as well as improve swallowing and breathing. Treatment may include medical treatments and/or surgical interventions, including office-based procedures voice and swallowing therapy in collaboration with our speech-language pathologists and clinical singing voice specialist experts, through face-to-face visits or through teletherapy.
The Division of Laryngology investigates how voice, breathing, and swallowing problems impact the health and daily function of our patients. We are committed to examining the real-world practice patterns of care in the evaluation and treatment of patients with voice, swallowing, and breathing disorders to enhance evidenced-based care to improve best practices and patient outcomes.
The Division of Laryngology is committed to training the next level of leaders including medical students, residents, and speech-language pathologists to provide cutting edge care for patients with conditions affecting the voice, swallowing, and breathing.