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Phoniatrics I pp 435-536 | Cite as

Rehabilitation and Prognosis of Voice Disorders

  • Sevtap AkbulutEmail author
  • Jan Betka
  • Viktor Chrobok
  • Hanna Czerniejewska-Wolska
  • Felix de Jong
  • Ilter Denizoglu
  • Ahmed Geneid
  • Mehmet Akif Kilic
  • Nasser Kotby
  • Jean-Paul Marie
  • Sławomir Marszałek
  • Andreas Müller
  • Tadeus Nawka
  • Haldun Oguz
  • Arno Olthoff
  • Anders Overgård Jønsson
  • Mette Pedersen
  • Antoni Pruszewicz
  • Barbora Řepová
  • Jan Romportl
  • Josef Schlömicher-Thier
  • Berit Schneider-Stickler
  • Wolfram Seidner
  • Matthias Weikert
  • Bożena Wiskirska-Woźnica
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Part of the European Manual of Medicine book series (EUROMANUAL)

Abstract

Phoniatricians usually have the key role when dealing with a voice disorder, supported by logopedists/speech-language pathologists. Cooperation with other medical or non-medical disciplines may contribute when needed. Fundamentals, general goals and the structure of voice therapy are followed by a survey of specific methods and techniques. No matter what kind of technique is used, treatment strategy is inevitably based on pathophysiological mechanisms of a disorder and the patient’s state as a whole. Voice therapy is a dynamic process and not an application procedure for a stable phonatory pattern or a list of exercises for every patient. This integrative model for treatment of voice disorders includes additional skills and knowledge of mechanisms of applications, stages of behavioural treatment, phases of motor learning, stages of voice therapy and steps of a given technique. Functional disorders of the singing voice (dysodia) require additional and specific expertise, especially in emergency situations in the frame of cancellation policy regarding the opera and theatre business. Drug treatment and physiotherapy/osteopathy as more therapeutic approaches to voice disorders are presented, as well as phonosurgical procedures, i.e. functional surgical interventions aiming exclusively, or in part, at improvement, restoration or preservation of vocal function. Methods comprise of phonomicrosurgery (endoscopic microsurgery), laryngeal injection and laryngeal framework surgery that modify the cartilaginous framework of the larynx (laryngoplastic phonosurgery, open-neck surgery). Pacing and reinnervation are also discussed as alternatives in bilateral vocal fold palsies, and vocal rehabilitation after head and neck surgery, including the use of personalised computer speech synthesis for laryngectomised patients, is considered. Indications for tracheostomy and tracheostoma care refer to clinical practice. The prognosis of voice rehabilitation depends on the various factors that are included in voice production and should be considered accordingly.

Keywords

Rehabilitation Voice therapy Singers Physiotherapy Osteopathy Phonosurgery Pacing Reinnervation Head and neck surgery Laryngectomy Tracheostomy Prognosis 

Supplementary material

Video 8.1

Basics doctorvox therapy (MP4 1083897 kb)

Video 8.2

Mutational falsetto doctorvox therapy (MP4 19978 kb)

Video 8.3

Psychogenic falsetto doctorvox therapy (MP4 96466 kb)

Video 8.4

Larynx mobilisation by stretching the space between the thyroid cartilage and the cricoid cartilage (MP4 50292 kb)

Video 8.5

Mobilisation of the hyoid bone towards the thyroid cartilage (MP4 196813 kb)

Video 8.6

Mobilisation of the hyoid bone during swallowing (MP4 149447 kb)

Video 8.7

Relaxation of the suprahyoid muscles (self-therapy) (MP4 29537 kb)

Video 8.8

Active relaxation of the nuchal fascia and the trapezius muscles (self-therapy) (MP4 76681 kb)

Video 8.9

Sternocleidomastoid muscle (self-therapy) (MP4 65667 kb)

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Mobilisation of nuchal and suboccipital muscles and proper position of the head (self-therapy) (MP4 45051 kb)

Video 8.11

Vocal fold polyp resection (MP4 33390 kb)

Video 8.12

Vocal fold cyst removal (MP4 15560 kb)

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Video 8.13 Glottoplasty (MP4 40960 kb)
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Laryngoplasty (arytenoid adduction and thyroplasty) (MP4 1313849 kb)

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Right-sided stimulated abduction (laryngeal pacing) (MP4 8391 kb)

Video 8.16

Voluntary phonation while pacing (MP4 3985 kb)

Video 8.17

Vibration of the pharyngo-oesophageal segment via Provox 2 prosthesis for voice production (MP4 4806 kb)

Video 8.18

Change of a Provox 2 voice prosthesis in a laryngectomee (MP4 170755 kb)

Case Study Video 8.3

Vibration of a normal and a scarred vocal fold after subligamental cordectomy (MP4 14067 kb)

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Case Study Audio Sample 8.3 Scarred vocal fold (MP3 1758 kb)
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Case Study Image 8.3 Voice range profile scarred vocal fold (JPG 170 kb)
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Case Study Video 8.4 Vibration of the ventricular folds alternating with the aryepiglottic folds for voice production after resection of the left vocal fold because of laryngeal cancer (MP4 9263 kb)
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Case Study Audio Sample 8.4 Ventricular fold vibration (MP3 1749 kb)
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Case Study Image 8.4 Voice range profile ventricular fold vibration (JPG 175 kb)
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Case Study Video 8.5 Vibration of the aryepiglottic folds for voice production after surgical treatment of a glottal carcinoma in the anterior commissure (MP4 10550 kb)
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Case Study Audio Sample 8.5 Aryepiglottic fold vibration (MP3 1956 kb)
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Case Study Image 8.5 Voice range profile aryepiglottic fold vibration (JPG 177 kb)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sevtap Akbulut
    • 1
    Email author
  • Jan Betka
    • 2
  • Viktor Chrobok
    • 3
  • Hanna Czerniejewska-Wolska
    • 4
  • Felix de Jong
    • 6
  • Ilter Denizoglu
    • 5
  • Ahmed Geneid
    • 6
  • Mehmet Akif Kilic
    • 7
  • Nasser Kotby
    • 8
  • Jean-Paul Marie
    • 9
  • Sławomir Marszałek
    • 10
  • Andreas Müller
    • 11
  • Tadeus Nawka
    • 12
  • Haldun Oguz
    • 13
  • Arno Olthoff
    • 14
  • Anders Overgård Jønsson
    • 15
  • Mette Pedersen
    • 16
  • Antoni Pruszewicz
    • 17
  • Barbora Řepová
    • 2
  • Jan Romportl
    • 18
  • Josef Schlömicher-Thier
    • 19
  • Berit Schneider-Stickler
    • 20
  • Wolfram Seidner
    • 21
  • Matthias Weikert
    • 22
  • Bożena Wiskirska-Woźnica
    • 23
  1. 1.Department of OtolaryngologyYeditepe UniversityIstanbulTurkey
  2. 2.Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck SurgeryCharles University in Prague and University Hospital MotolPragueCzech Republic
  3. 3.Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck SurgeryUniversity Hospital Hradec KraloveHradec KraloveCzech Republic
  4. 4.Department of Phoniatrics and AudiologyPoznan University of the Medical Sciences PolandPoznanPoland
  5. 5.Medical Park Hospital Imbatli MahallesiIzmirTurkey
  6. 6.Department of Otolaryngology and Phoniatrics – Head and Neck SurgeryHelsinki University Central HospitalHelsinkiFinland
  7. 7.Department of OtolaryngologyFaculty of Medicine, Medeniyet UniversityIstanbulTurkey
  8. 8.Otolaryngology and PhoniatricsAin Shams University CairoCairoEgypt
  9. 9.Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery DepartmentCentre Hospitalier UniversitaireRouenFrance
  10. 10.Department of Head and Neck SurgeryPoznan University of Medical SciencesPoznanPoland
  11. 11.Department Otorhinolaryngology/Plastic SurgerySRH Wald-Klinikum Gera gGmbH, Teaching Hospital of the Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaGeraGermany
  12. 12.Department of Audiology and PhoniatricsCharité—University Medicine BerlinBerlinGermany
  13. 13.FonomerAnkaraTurkey
  14. 14.Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Phoniatrics and PedaudiologyUniversity Medical Center GöttingenGöttingenGermany
  15. 15.University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark
  16. 16.Voice UnitThe Medical CenterCopenhagenDenmark
  17. 17.Department of Phoniatrics and AudiologyPoznań University of the Medical Sciences PolandPoznanPoland
  18. 18.Department of Man-Machine Interaction, New Technologies Research CentreUniversity of West BohemiaPilsenCzech Republic
  19. 19.International Voice Center Austria (IVCA)Neumarkt am WallerseeAustria
  20. 20.Division of Phoniatrics-Logopedics, Department of OtorhinolaryngologyMedical University ViennaWienAustria
  21. 21.Former Department for Phoniatrics and Pediatric AudiologyUniversity ENT Clinic Charité (Campus Mitte)BerlinGermany
  22. 22.Clinic St. Hedwig, Barmherzige BrüderRegensburgGermany
  23. 23.Department of Phoniatrics and AudiologyPoznan University of Medical SciencesPoznanPoland

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