Speech Diagnosis

Speech diagnosis and testing typically includes:

Consultation with an otolaryngologist: An initial medical exam by an ear-nose-throat doctor to rule out any medical conditions associated with the throat is the first step in every speech diagnosis.

A clinical speech evaluation: Perceptual assessment of articulation, voice, resonance, breathing, fluency, and prosody; Diagnostic therapy to determine potential for speech change

Acoustic analysis: Recording and measurement of speech, in order to compare your speech to norms and to monitor your speech over time; This includes perturbation measures, spectrography, and electroglottography, which determines the amount of vocal fold contact during vibration.


During this time, our office remains open with limited scheduling for urgent ENT care only.
Other patients should not be seen, according to guidelines.
Patients with flu like symptoms or fever or known exposure to COVID-19
should go to urgent care or speak to their primary care physician.

Be well and don’t hesitate to reach out to us as needed.
The Staff and Doctors of The New York Otolaryngology Group