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Emory Voice Center

Dr. Klein at the voice center.

The multidisciplinary Emory Voice Center focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. Founded in 2003, the center offers the latest innovations in voice therapies and effective management options for laryngeal conditions of all types. The center is currently staffed by a multidisciplinary team of fellowship-trained laryngologists, speech language pathologists, and singing specialists under the directorship of Dr. Adam Klein (pictured above). The center's physicians see more than 5,000 patients and perform approximately 800 procedures per year.

The Emory Voice Center has consistently been at the forefront of treatment in its field. Examples include the use of the pulsed KTP laser to treat vocal cord lesions in the awake patient; providing vocal health services for musicians in partnership with MusiCares®, the nonprofit foundation established by the Recording Academy® (the organization responsible for the GRAMMY Awards); injecting paralyzed vocal cords to restore the voice; and botulinum toxin injections for neurologic voice disorders.

The center's academic mission includes a 12-month laryngology fellowship, a 12-month speech-language pathology clinical fellowship, one-to-three month laryngology and speech language pathology mini-fellowships for international practitioners, and the daily training of residents.

For the most up-to-date and detailed clinical information about the Emory Voice Center, please visit the Voice Center section of the Emory Healthcare-based website.