Spasmodic Dysphonia Treatment

Joaquin Farias

Dr. Farias' approach to spasmodic dystonia treatment involves Neuroplastic training. Simple exercises can optimize vital brain circuits making it possible to recover from Spasmodic Dysphonia. Additionally, exercises like the following air flow exercise, can help with the recovery process:


Spasmodic dysphonia, or laryngeal dystonia, is a disorder affecting the voice muscles in the larynx, also called the voice box.

How Spasmodic Dysphonia treatment Through Neuroplastic Training Works

The rehabilitation of Spasmodic Dysphonia through neuroplasticity training includes four kinds of interventions:

  1. neuromodulation
  2. neurostimulation
  3. neurodifferentiation
  4. neurorelaxation

Neuromodulation and neurostimulation exercises are designed to improve the function of frontal-prefrontal-basal-ganglia-cerebellum circuits. The objective of neurostimulation exercises is to normalize the activity of the silent pathways or those in hypofunction. Neurostimulation through movement occurs both at an intrahemispheric level and at an interhemispheric one. It is a process of rebalancing the function of the nervous system in its entirety, which is performed in a specific direction. Perception must be readjusted first in order to improve and optimize the planning of movement readjustment, and finally, sensory adjustments are made.

Patients following our training protocols have achieved unprecedented improvements and full recoveries from Spasmodic Dysphonia.

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“The gift of knowledge is beyond words. The gift of knowledge that is unknown to all but one, can be as precious as life itself. As a sufferer of spasmodic dysphonia, knowledge that Dr Joaquin Farias shared with me was key to literally returning life that was once stolen from me. With all my heart, thank you for helping me to speak again, Dr Farias.”

– Tyler Carson, USA

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