This list consists of physicians who practice laryngology, who may be known as laryngologists, phonosurgeons, phoniatrists, voice surgeons or at least seem to have a major interest in voice disorders. Their training in voice was likely after completing a residency in ENT or otorhinolaryngology.

The general political considerations of working with many of the people below preclude me from making a recommendation for or against them. It remains your responsibility to evaluate their talents for caring for you. See Choosing your doctor for my best effort at suggesting how I would evaluate the care you receive.

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practices laryngology at Uludag University and trained in the US with Clark Rosen in Pittsburgh.

Steven Bielamowicz, at George Washington University, has an interest in neurolaryngology. He has edited a textbook on laryngology. He has offered laryngology fellowships.

Dr. Benninger has an interest in voice disorders at the Cleveland Clinic.  

is the Division Chief of Laryngology at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He completed a fellowship with Gerald Berke at UCLA.

Dr. Nayak works with voice and voice coaching. She has a singing background. She studied laryngology with Robert Sataloff in Philadephia, Pennsylvania.

is at Southern Illinois University in Springfield. She devotes her practice to voice, does quite a bit of research and is active on a national level.

works at the Centro Audiologico Foniatrico dell’ Azienda USL di Ravenna and organizes a biennial conference on the singing voice.

is at Case Western Reserve University and seems to concentrate on cancers of the larynx.

is at the Montreal General Hospital with McGill University.

practices larynogology in Johannesburg, South Africa.

practices at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. He studied as a fellow with Dr. James Thomas for 6 weeks in 2007.

has an interest in laryngology practicing in Bialystok, Poland.