Do Cry Out Loud

I’m a stand-up comic and a teacher. I know, a weird combination. By day, stamping out ignorance through knowledge, and by night…stamping out ignorance through laughter. My voice is my instrument. I need it. Without it, I’d be unemployed.

You may be thinking to yourself, “I need my voice too,” and I’d agree with you. No matter your profession (doctor, welder, lawyer, stay-at-home parent), your voice is part of your identity. It’s how we communicate our thoughts, feelings, and get things done.

So what happens if your voice begins to defy you? Whether it becomes more difficult to speak, you’ve grown hoarse, or it’s painful to be audible, you should seek help. That’s where Texas ENT’s Dr. Mary Es Anderson can help.

Dr. Anderson is one of the top laryngologists in Texas. She focuses on all things related to one’s vocal apparatus: vocal cords, professional voice, swallowing, etc. The throat is a sensitive area, and that’s why patients should seek specialized care. Dr. Anderson’s love of music and singing helps her empathize with those who suffer from throat issues. She has spent years focusing on professional voice, all of the different diseases that can affect the vocal cords, and how to treat them.

If you have noticed any strain or pain when it comes to communicating vocally, book your appointment with Texas ENT and Dr. Mary Es Anderson. You can be rest assured that you’re in the best healing hands. We pride ourselves on having the most advanced, up-to-date, and specialized equipment to diagnose vocal cord disorders. Such machinery involves hi-tech lasers that don’t heat up the vocal cords or cause scarring. This is very important for such a sensitive area.

If your voice is hindering you from communicating with your colleagues, friends, family, or anyone, for that matter, a laryngologist is a good place to start. And if you’re looking for the best call Dr. Mary Es Anderson at Texas ENT. Take care of your vocal cords, so you can share your thoughts and feelings with the world.



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