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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Neil Chheda is at the University of Florida and performed a laryngology fellowship with Greg Postma.

Glendon Gardner is at Henry Ford Hospital and has studied voice disorders at Vanderbilt.

Samuel Lumpkin does Botox injections at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.

Lee Reussner has a private practice and staffs a voice lab at the University of Kansas.,%20MD

practices laryngology in Beijing at Tongren Hospital with an interest in nerve problems of the larynx. 

He is at the University of Miami. I have heard him give a thoughtful lecture on voice disorders.

He is at the University of South Florida, performs Botox injections and voice disorders is his primary interest.

Daniel Vincent practices laryngology in Tampa, Florida and trained in Houston, Texas.

  is in San Antonio and will be heading up the Laryngology programs at Brooke Army Medical Center and Wilford Hall Medical Center (Air Force).  He will also be working closely with the San Antonio VA to provide subspecialty care.  Dr Howard will be providing first line care for the wounded warriors returning from combat with laryngotracheal stenosis and penetrating neck injury.   He fellowship trained with Gerald Berke.

trained at Vanderbilt Voice Center and is at Loyola University Medical Center.

is at the University of Illinois Medical Center. He has taken a formal fellowship at the NIH for research with Christy Ludlow and a clinical fellowship at Vanderbilt Voice Center.

Ela pratica laringologia no Hospital Dr. Juscelino Kubitschek em Brasília.