Dr. Cooper has solved the medical spasmodic mystery by a simple and unique voice solution called Direct Voice Rehabilitation. He has been reporting cures, recoveries, and improvements for all types of Spasmodic Dysphonia for over 25 years.

Dr. Cooper has altered the lives of so many people. Read the testimonials below from his biggest fans—his patients!

How Tessie got her voice back from Unilateral Cord Paralysis by Direct Voice Rehabilitation

Dear Dr. Cooper:

I would like to express my sincere appreciation and to acknowledge the successful rehabilitation of my voice after two weeks of intensive therapy under your Direct Voice Rehabilitation method from July 8 to 20, 2002.

For the record, I was initially diagnosed with "beginning Spasmodic Dysphonia" by second ENT specialist, after failing to get a diagnosis from the first ENT I consulted due to hoarse voice. The third ENT specialist who took over the second when he went on vacation diagnosed the source of the hoarseness to be due to reflux.

25-Year Update

In 1973, because of Laryngitis and vocal misuse due to my career as Professor of Economics at the National University of Iran, my vocal cords gradually became weak in such a way that I could hardly speak. In the beginning, I contacted an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor in Tehran and he gave me Antibiotics to use. I did not get better and in the summer of 1973 1 went to England in order to see a voice therapist. This trip was of no use and my problem became worse.

Ron Steger

– December 10, 2004

I am Ron Steger from Allenton, Wisconsin. I would like to share with you my experience with a very severe voice disorder. I was a dairy farmer for twenty years. For the last five years I have been a public speaker in the health and nutrition industry. Two years ago I started to lose my voice, and I couldn't talk. I went to my local clinic in Hartford, Wisconsin and saw a vocal speech therapist. She gave me some voice exercises and that made it worse. My career as a speaker and a trainer were over.

Hello Dr. Cooper,

It's Stacey Roman, your Art Appraiser. How do I leave a testimonial on your website? I use your concepts when I am the solo auctioneer for 3-day, 10 hours long auctions. I have never had a sore throat or loss of voice in my 20 years as an auctioneer thanks to you I am also an announcer for The Mission Viejo Nadadores Swim Team. I announce play by play (stroke by stroke) of swim meets for 5-7 hours at a time and again have never had a sore throat or loss of voice thanks to you.

Best regards to Mrs. Cooper,

Lawrence R. Spira, M.D.

– September 12, 1994

24-Year Update

During the late 1970's, I was diagnosed as having a squamous papilomma of the vocal cords. My speech was shot and for several years I had several surgeries all to no avail, talking caused pain and fatigue.

Eventually I saw Dr. Morton Cooper. I retrained my speaking through his coaching and repetition. Today occasionally when my voice becomes tired I go back to the old method and in a day or two I'm once again okay by practicing Dr. Cooper's methods.

Lawrence R. Spira, M.D.

2-Year Update

I had bowed vocal cords and a serious voice problem that lasted for over a year. I saw two ENTs. One in New York, a top specialist and another in Texas where I live. Both recommended a voice therapist. No surgery was recommended. The original voice therapist didn’t help me at all. I found Dr. Cooper, and by his direct voice rehabilitation program got my voice back in a few days. The bowing eventually disappeared completely.

Rev. Henry W. Sellers

– December 7, 2000

To Dr. Morton Cooper:

This letter is in appreciation for the "miracle" you handed me in restoring the gift of my voice back to me.

As you well know, my voice is vital to me because, being a Baptist minister, my vocation is totally surrounded by an urgent need to communicate to people. In the late 1980's, I found myself seriously struggling with my talking voice. I visited all types of medical specialists and went through myriads of tests, all to no avail. I even visited a prominent vocal therapist in Santa Monica and finally ended up at UCI Medical Center in Orange, CA, and received a Botox shot. This resulted in my losing my voice, totally, for almost a year.

Steven Rotblatt

– June 16, 2001

I came to Dr. Cooper a year ago after having a tumor removed from my chest. The surgery to remove the tumor was a 12-hour surgery, the tumor had wrapped itself around nerve tissue along with veins and arteries in and out of the heart. In fact, I was later to understand that the tumor was about to grow into the spine. Going into the surgery there was as 10% chance that the nerve running to the vocal cords would be severed. As luck would have it, it was.

I have just met Dr. Cooper. I am here at his studio to express my appreciation for what he has done for my son and daughter, both teachers with voice problems.

Margaret developed a hoarseness and had to quit singing in the chorale of which she was a member. The medical doctor said she could keep on teaching but should whisper and use her voice as little as possible. For three months she taught, whispering, and the hoarseness continued.

Betty Rome

– 1990

9-Year Update

It all began simply and innocuously. I caught a cold and contracted a case of laryngitis that refused to go away. Although I attempted to repeat the previously successful cure by not using my voice, circumstances prevented me from being allowed to maintain ‘radio silence.’ My voice became less and less a reality and more and more of a very painful experience. At one point, I had to resort to holding signs up so I could communicate. At that point, I was referred to an ENT (ear, nose, throat doctor). He treated me with pills and potions. We both expected that I’d recover in a week or two.