Voice Center

At NYU Langone’s Voice Center, our team of experts are dedicated to providing evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide range of conditions that affect swallowing and the sound and quality of the voice—including sore throat, infectious and inflammatory disorders, vocal cord paralysis, and vocal cord cancer—and offer a level of expertise not available anywhere else in the region.

Research and Education

We perform research related to voice, swallowing, and airway disorders.

Learn About Our Laryngology Research

Our fellowship-trained laryngologists, together with our experienced speech–language pathologists, work as a team to evaluate and treat conditions that include problems with swallowing, acid reflux, and chronic cough, as well as tremor, aging voice, injuries related to overuse of the voice, and benign vocal cord lesions, including cysts, polyps, and nodules.

We specialize in caring for the performing voice. Our team works with professional singers and actors across genres, as well as singers in training, amateurs, and other performers. We also treat other professionals who rely on their voice to perform their jobs, such as teachers, lawyers, and religious leaders.

NYU Langone’s Voice Center provides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to treating dysphagia, which is difficulty swallowing. Our swallowing specialists evaluate many swallowing-related problems on an outpatient basis. An evaluation at the center might include clinical examination, flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing, or a videofluoroscopic swallow study, followed by swallowing therapy.

If your condition requires surgical care, our physicians are experts in conventional and novel approaches to surgery.

Community Events

The Voice Center hosts community events and classes throughout the year. For more information about our upcoming programs, please call 646-754-8642 or email VoiceCenter@NYULangone.org.

Our Team of Experts

Our specialists provide evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide range of conditions that affect swallowing and the sound and quality of the voice.

Additional Information

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available to patients and visitors.

Refer a Patient

If you are a physician who would like to refer a patient, please call 646-754-1207 or email VoiceCenter@NYULangone.org

Media Inquiries

If you are a member of the press who would like to arrange an interview or learn more about the Voice Center, please contact media relations.