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!

A Few years ago my life became a living nightmare. I was telemarketing, and in the middle of a call my voice faded away. My last words were, "I think I'm losing my voice. I'll call you later." A half hour later I fulfilled my promise with the hope of closing the sale. My voice quickly disappeared in addition to the possible commission.

Angela Murray Rill

– June 4, 1998

Dr. Cooper,

I have been through hell with my voice problem, that is until I met you. I've been seeing you for only a week and I can already hear a difference.

Here's my story. I started having voice problems about a year ago. The first E-N-T I went to said, "You just need voice rest for two weeks." I am a Broadcaster and despite the inconvenience to my bosses, I took off the two weeks. Of course my voice didn't come back. This doctor also told me to stop talking so much. "Stop talking?" I thought that's stupid I am a News Anchor .

Paul Motenko

– 2003

You don’t have to live with Spasmodic Dysphonia

I had a voice problem (Spasmodic Dysphonia) for years, which had a severe negative impact on my business and personal life. My job required me to often speak in front of groups of people, and I got very tired of constantly having to explain that it was not a cold, it was my voice.

Catherine Morrow

– August 24, 2001

I just spent the most worthwhile week in my life with Dr. Cooper. I was diagnosed with SD in August of 2000. For the past year I was treated with botox until I found out about Dr. Cooper and Direct Voice Rehabilitation. His methods helped me gain not only my voice but I feel like I have my life back. 


– July 2007

I began losing my voice a few years ago during a very stressful time in my life. I went to an allergist who told me that I probably had some sort of dystonia. He set up an appointment with a major medical university in the Southeast that diagnosed me with SD.

They said there was no cure but there were a couple of options for treatment, which were surgery or botox injections. I chose botox first for obvious reasons. The university told me that the botox treatment, at worst felt like a bee sting. It was actually the most excruciating pain I have ever felt.


– August 8, 2000

Contact Ulcer, Granuloma, & Pain

I had been diagnosed with Contact Ulcer Granuloma, a growth on my vocal cord that made speaking painful. I followed voice rest for six months with minimal apparent results. I would not speak for weeks at a time communicating through sign language. Naturally, at the same time I had to keep on working. Quite a challenge if you can't speak. My doctor's ENT and Voice and Speech Specialist recommended as the only viable alternative, botulinum toxin (Botox) injections into my vocal cord. That was supposed to paralyze my vocal cord, painlessly thus allowing it sufficient time to heal.

Tedi Jean May

– March 26, 2009

Cures of Spasmodic Dyphonia

I am a patient of Dr. Cooper’s who recovered fully from Spasmodic Dysphonia three years ago. I would love to be able to point others toward your fantastic service and knowledge.

As part of my healing, I have actually learned how to sing quite well now, because of learning about reverse breathing from you, and how to correct that. In the process, I learned diaphragmatic breath control, and proper focus, now am proud to be singing and playing professionally in a folk Duo called “Kin- Folk.”

With much respect and gratitude,
Tedi Jean May

Don Matheson

– June 7, 1989

To Whom It May Concern:

In January of 1989, having reached the point where at times I was unable to speak without sounding as though I were strangling on my own words, I went to see Dr. Morton Cooper.

Dr. Cooper expressed the opinion that I was suffering from a condition called Spastic Dysphonia but wanted me to see my own physician for an independent diagnosis.

Marc L.

– February 2008

My name is Marc L. and I am a 44 year old male who was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia about 4 years ago. I was told by several different doctors that there was no treatment available other than (painful) botox injections in my vocal cord area.

5-Year Update

I found my voice, the voice I never knew I had. The constant sore throat and hoarseness are gone. Dr. Cooper's innovative voice system is easy to learn and gave me immediate, positive results.

Benice Lindo, Ph.D.