Disorders involving the larynx, airway, and upper esophagus can interfere with our ability to speak, breathe, and swallow, profoundly impacting our quality of life. The Stanford Voice and Swallowing Center offers specialized evaluation and treatment of many of these disorders. If you are having problems with your voice, breathing, and/or swallowing, call and make an appointment with us today.
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