When difficulty breathing, hoarseness, or swallowing problems have an impact on your life, we can help.
At NYU Langone’s Voice Center, we provide evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for people who have a variety of communication and swallowing disorders that affect the throat and esophagus, including sore throat, chronic cough, hoarseness, and voice loss.
We also address difficulty breathing, acid reflux, and vocal cord cancer, as well as tremor, presbylaryngis, injuries related to overuse of the voice, and benign vocal cord lesions, including cysts, polyps, and nodules.
We offer laryngoplasty, which is surgical treatment for people with weak voices or paralyzed vocal cords, and treatment for vocal cord dysfunction. Read more about the conditions we treat, and find out more about the treatment options we offer.
We also specialize in caring for the professional voice. This includes accomplished singers, singers-in-training, amateur singers, actors, and other performers, as well professionals who rely upon their voice to perform their jobs, such as teachers, lawyers, and ministers.
For more information, call us at 646-754-8642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About Our Voice Center
Milan R. Amin, MD
Director | Laryngology & Voice, Otolaryngology
Dr. Amin has served as the director of NYU Langone’s Voice Center since 2005. He specializes in the treatment of vocal cord problems for professionals who depend on their voices everyday. He also treats people for swallowing and airway concerns as well as voice disorders. Dr. Amin participates in research dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. He is currently the Service Chief of Otolaryngology for Tisch Hospital and Chief of the Division of Laryngology, as well as president of the New York Laryngological Society.View Full Profile
Ryan C. Branski, PhD
Dr. Branski is a licensed speech pathologist specializing in voice rehabilitation. Dr. Branski runs an active research laboratory funded by the National Institutes of Health and is considered a leader in the study of vocal fold injury and repair and the development of novel gene therapy techniques. He has published more than 70 scientific articles and two seminal books about the voice.