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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Praxis für Stimmheilkunde und Stimmchirurgie. He has a strictly voice practice. Office in Berlin, near Kurfürstendamm Office in Vienna, near Staatsoper

She fellowshipped at Vanderbilt where she studied laryngeal surgery and care of the professional voice. She practices in Dallas, Texas. 

Robert J. Andrews practices at Southern California Head and Neck Medical Group. He also serves as the Director of the Voice Center of Southern California. He completed a fellowship in Laryngology and Care of the Professional Voice at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

studied laryngology with Greg Postma and practices at the University of Cincinnati. 

specializes in the muscular and psychologic issues manifest in the voice. Muscle tension is a commonly overlooked vocal impairment.

has a voice lab at Indiana University and studied laryngology at Wake Forest University with Drs Koufman and Postma.    

Edward Damrose emphasizes head and neck surgery in his practice at Stanford and offers voice care as well. He studied laryngology under Gerald Berke.  

Practices laryngology in Milan, Italy. Pratica la laringeologia a Milano.  

tiene una clínica por la voz a Hospital Angeles del Pedregal.  

finished her voice fellowship with Al Hillel at the University of Washington and moved to Case Western in 2007.  

specializes in laryngology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Tanya Meyer completed a fellowship with Andrew Blitzer in New York in 2005 and moved to Seattle in 2009. She works with neurolaryngology & laryngeal stenosis.