Authors: Kotby MN, El-Sady SR, Basiouny SE, Abou-Rass YA, Hegazi MA
Title: Efficacy of the accent method of voice therapy
Source: Journal Of Voice 1991 5(4): 316-320
Year: 1991
Research Design: Case Series

The management of voice disorders may follow one of four approaches: surgical, pharmacological, technical aid, and/or voice therapy. The latter approach offers a wide variety of techniques, each based on certain theoretical beliefs. One of these techniques is the Smith Accent Method. The principles and goals of the Accent Method are presented. The results of its application are discussed. This technique proved effective for cases of functional voice disorders, vocal nodules, and some degrees of vocal fold paralysis.

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