What does your voice say about you? Your voice plays an integral role in the way that you communicate, express your emotions, and establish your individuality. A voice problem can significantly change the way that you feel about yourself and how you view your communication with others. People often wait to seek professional help about a voice problem until it begins to affect them at work. This may be especially true for professional voice users, including singers, teachers, coaches, etc., but anyone experiencing a voice problem may find it difficult to communicate at home, at work, on the phone, etc.
Patients may experience voice problems for a variety of reasons, including voice abuse or overuse, infection, disease, acid reflux, age, trauma, chemical exposure, cancer, or a neurological pathology. The Johns Hopkins Voice Center at GBMC specializes in state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services to individuals of all ages who present with a variety of voice disorders. Our patients include professional and non-professional singers, speakers, teachers, clergy, attorneys, salespeople, actors, elected officials, cheerleaders, coaches, or any individual experiencing a vocal pathology.
To make an appointment, or to make a referral, please contact:
Johns Hopkins Voice Center at GBMC
6569 North Charles Street
Physicians Pavilion West, Suite 401
Baltimore, Maryland 21204
Phone: (443) 849-2087
Fax: (443) 849-2649
Johns Hopkins Voice Center
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
601 North Caroline Street, 6th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 955-1654