The Emory Voice Center

The Emory Voice Center is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders and voice problems, offering the latest innovations in voice therapies and effective management options for all conditions that affect the voice.

We serve laryngeal conditions of all types, including problems that affect the voice, swallowing, and airway.

The Emory Voice Center was founded in 2003 with just two clinicians and has since expanded to include three fellowship trained laryngologists, six specialized speech-language pathologists, and one registered nurse. Dr. Michael Johns and Dr. Adam M. Klein see more than 3,200 patients and performed approximately 500 surgeries annually.
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