World Voice Day is celebrated annually and globally on April 16th. This year, 50 countries participated in this worldwide celebration! Since 2002, World Voice Day recognizes the importance and power of vocal health in our daily lives. The 2018 theme is “Make a Choice to Cherish Your Voice.”
Chronic Cough often produces hoarseness and adversely affects vocal health. Voice exercises and vocal chord therapy are important steps to restore good vocal health and chronic cough relief.
Dr. Mandel Sher and Center for Cough team appreciate the vital role of vocal health in their integrated approach to chronic cough treatment, relief, and resolution. Dr. Mandel Sher: World-class Cough Doctor close to home: 727-393-8067.
Sometimes, we don’t stop to think about the adverse impact of lifestyle habits (such as smoking), shouting, coughing, and poor voice technique on vocal health and our overall well being. World Voice Day reminds us to take stock of our vocal health, and take action to improve or maintain good voice habits. Good vocal health considers: preventing voice issues, maintaining vocal health, voice training, and rehabilitating voices are damaged.
Vocal chord and voice therapy exercises related to chronic cough are generally simple, quick, and can be done throughout the day in the privacy of your home or office. Dr. Sher and Center for Cough are grateful for the excellent care their professional voice colleagues offer their cough patients.
Chronic Cough is a common but often misdiagnosed and under-treated medical condition. Sometimes, a persistent cough is a sign of a serious underlying problem. Other times, a lingering cough IS THE problem. Chronic cough is debilitating, disruptive, worrisome, and embarrassing.
Dr. Mandel Sher will offer an integrated approach to treating your cough and producing an effective and sustainable solution. Why wait for relief? A trial and error approach wastes time and money and exposes you to needless side effects.
Get it right from the start…See a dedicated Cough Specialist: Dr. Mandel Sher: 727-393-8067. www.centerforcough.com.