Dr. Lindsey Arviso

Lindsey Arviso, MD, is a laryngologist on the medical staff at Baylor Scott & White The Voice Center. She has professional expertise in disorders of the voice, including surgical and rehabilitative voice needs. She has particular interest in treatment of vocal fold paralysis, benign and malignant vocal fold lesions, chronic cough and neurologic voice disorders. Dr. Arviso specializes in voice care for singers and other professional voice users. She is married with three children and enjoys traveling, Pilates and spending time with family and friends.

The terrible cough you can’t seem to kick

Cough, cough, cough. Sorry, are you sick? Nope, that’s just your pesky cough that has been lingering around since the upper respiratory infection you had over the holidays. Or maybe, you are someone who is always coughing and clearing their throat? A cough is a significant problem and one of the most common reasons for …

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cheering during football games

Avoid hoarseness during sporting events

It’s football season! Everyone is excited for fall weather, tailgates and cheering for our favorite teams. But when our team is not doing well, or we disagree with a call made by the referees, passionate cheering may involve yelling and screaming. As eager fans push the limits of their vocal chords, many may struggle with …

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