New video on YouTube!

Dr. Bastian makes extensive use of elicitation with his own voice in order to hear the “vocal phenomenology” of a voice under evaluation. He has named one phenomenon he has not heard described elsewhere as mucosal chatter. This post describes mucosal chatter and provides a video that demonstrates it in an injured voice.

New video on YouTube about COVID cough!

Those who contracted COVID-19 but are still experiencing coughing several days or weeks after recovery may have sensory neuropathic cough (SNC), a damaging of sensory nerve endings in the trachea, larynx, or pharynx.

New Noburp Video on YouTube

New noburp video on YouTube! https://youtu.be/-ryeCv0_qi8

Unable to burp your entire life? Embarrassed by audible croaking and gurgling noises? Plagued by abdominal bloating/distention and chest or low neck pressure? Distressed by excessive flatulence? Are you even laughed at by others you tell about your inability to burp? You may have a condition called “noburp” on social media. Described recently in the medical literature by Dr. Robert W Bastian and colleagues, the official name for the disorder is R-CPD (retrograde cricopharyngeus dysfunction), which can cause daily misery. Dr. Bastian takes you through a detailed description of the symptoms that comprise the syndrome of R-CPD, for which there is a solution…

New Laryngopedia Post: COVID-19 Coughing

Still coughing after COVID?

Especially early on after contracting the virus, coughing may serve to clear secretions from resolving lung inflammation. While such a cough may help lungs return to health, eventually, it can start to annoy or even severely affect quality of life. The diagnosis can be sensory neuropathic cough and can be caused by “damaged,” or “sensitized” sensory nerve endings in the trachea, larynx, or throat. These “wild” nerve endings go “ZING!!” and demand that you cough. For more, see https://laryngopedia.com/covid-19-coughing/