Emory Voice Center

Expertise in Voice, Swallowing and Upper Airway Care

Your voice is one of the main ways you communicate with the world. Whether singing, laughing or talking, you rely on your voice to share information and express emotion. Protecting it is important, so treating your voice disorders or voice problems is our priority. Experts in the Voice Center at Emory Healthcare are dedicated to giving you the compassionate, understanding care you need when facing vocal troubles.

What the Voice Center Offers

Since 2002, we have offered specialized care for a wide array of voice disorders and problems. In recent years, we’ve expanded the treatments we provide to bring you the most advanced care. Today, we can see patients for:

  • Laryngeal conditions
  • Problems that affect swallowing
  • Upper airway-related breathing difficulties
  • Diagnostic and Treatment Services for Chronic Cough

Our physicians see over 5,000 patients and perform more than 800 procedures each year.

Innovative Voice Disorder and Treatment Research

For decades the Emory Voice Center has been a leader in clinical voice research. Clinician scientists at the voice center have pioneered discoveries in medical, surgical, and behavioral voice, swallowing, and upper airway care. Our research programs are funded by the National Institutes of Health and various Foundations and private donors.

Meet Our Voice Center Team

You use your voice every day, impacting many things in your life. To keep it healthy, you need care from specialists who offer the latest diagnostic and treatment innovations. Look no further than our team of fellowship-trained laryngologists and specialized speed-language pathologists for the most up-to-date services.

Emory Voice Center Laryngeal Imaging and FEES Hands-On Workshop

Registration for the 2025 Emory Voice Center Laryngeal Imaging/FEES Hands-On Workshop will be announced in late 2024. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Brian Petty at brian.petty@emoryhealthcare.org.

Make an Appointment with Emory Voice Center

To make an appointment, please call 404-778-3381.