Spasmodic Dysphonia Support Group - Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals
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Spasmodic dysphonia is vocal interruptions or spasms that occur during speech, making your voice sound choppy, hoarse, tight and similar to stuttering. If you have been diagnosed with this condition, come to the Jefferson Voice and Swallowing Center's Spasmodic Dysphonia Support Group. Our speech-language pathologists will be there to answer your questions and concerns.
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