Alison Blasko

I have had Spasmodic Dysphonia for approximately two and a half years now. I had been advised by several specialists that there was no treatment or cure but that Botox has had some suggestions of limited success. However, due to the fact that I have had severe allergic reactions to medications and toxins, Botox was not an option. It was suggested to me by my endocrinologist that there was someone out there who was a medical expert who had been able to treat SD, successfully and without Botox, and he suggested that I do research and attempt to locate this individual.

My research led me to Dr. Cooper.

And I can report that his tools and techniques do work with regard to treating SD. But it takes commitment, and diligent daily practice. And patience. I spent a week in his Voice Rehabilitation clinic and it was an invaluable resource and time well spent. Dr. Cooper is a visionary and I recommend that anyone who is experiencing voice problems including spasmodic dysphonia or spastic dysphonia to not give up hope but to instead contact Dr. Cooper. He will be able to help you. I know because he has helped me and I am proof that his techniques do work wonders. 

Alison Blasko