With chronic or even temporary loss of voice, hoarseness, and voice or vocal cord strain there can be a treatable, underlying cause. Tension to the front of the neck and throat can affect our vocal cords. This video shows the connection between our neck and voice and gives is some self assessment tools.



Associated symptoms are


neck pain and tension

pain in the throat or back of the throat

headaches may also be associated with this problem

ear pain or pressure


Questions to ask


Do you have pain to the Adam’s apple when you touch the sides?

Does your voice strain or hoarseness get better at times?

Do you have any difficulty swallowing?


Remember, a loss of voice or hoarseness that is chronic and has no infection or medical reason is most likely a problem that is coming from a tight and tense neck.


Treatment is successful in restoring your voice. Call 719-596-5000 or click the link.