Treatment after surgery of the larynx or thyroid gland

After surgery of the larynx or thyroid gland, an adhesion and/or scar on the musculus extrinsic laryngis or the fascia of the skin forms and obstructs vocalizing.
One year after surgery, the scar or the adhesion is healed, thus becoming difficult to treat or repair further.
Therefore, I recommend you begin to take treatment within 3 months after surgery.
After the initial 3 months recovering, the scar or the adhesion is partially healed. From my experience in voice care, you will be able to get your original voice back again if you take a treatment that specifically focuses on improving the motor skills of the muscles relating to vocalization.
I hope and wish that individuals overcoming such surgeries will have a speedy recovery and be able to restore their ability to sing once again.

The scar after the surgery to remove the thyroid

Measuring the thickness of adhesion