Saturday, 25 July 2020

puberphonia treatment done, thanks message

Gagan Khairve
Dear sir,
Hello I am Gagan Khairve from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. One year before(24th of
july 2019) i came to your hospital "Siva ENTt" for the treatment of puberphonia.
Before the treatment I didn't have to speak in public. Many times I felt like disabled person.
God gave me a voice but not a perfect one. But old people said "भगवान के घर मɅदेर है, अधं ेर
नहȣं।" means the house of god is late but not blind and it's true. I found the ray of hope...
"Siva ENT".
After the treatment every aspect of my life has changed. Now I feel so confident and roar like
a lion. Everything has happened because of you. I am very thankful of dear Mangammal
Rani mam, Dr. Kumaresan and all supporting staff of the hospital. 🙏
Love from Bhopal❤
Thank you so much sir. you are like an angel.
Thank you so much sir...😊😊
- Gagan Khairve

Monday, 13 July 2020

Tolkappiyam teaches treatment for puberphonia

தொல்காப்பியர் ஆய்வு 495,499,841
ஆண்மை திரிந்த பெயர் நிலைக்கிளவி  
துவைத்தலும் ,சிலைத்தலும் , இயன்பலும்,இரங்கலும்
இரையை பொருள் கிளவி 
செப்பினும் வினாவினும் சினை முதல் கிளவிக்கு
அப்பொருள் ஆகும் உறழ் துணை பொருளே. 

(உறழ்- சூழன்று கோண்டிருக்கும்- uvula )

Puberphonia /Boys talking in female tone
Resonance manipulation at uvula Dr.M.Kumaresan,9841055774

Saturday, 11 July 2020

New Journal Publication

Our new publication in the prestigious Journal of Otolaryngology - ENT Research.

Vanakkam Tamila

Vanakam Tamila Interview on SunTV about Corona infection and Puberphonia management. 

Saturday, 4 July 2020

Digital Puberphonia treatment,combine sentiment with software

Digital transformation Puberphonia treatment.It is not the change of plans of working,it adopts claints requirements . Digital transformation of puberphonia treatment.Not just a web, delivering exceptional treatment.

Monday, 22 June 2020

Tholkappiyam leads Bernoullies phenomenon

Kumaresan, M. & Aruna, R. and Team, WORLD CLASSICAL TAMIL CONFERENCE
Ulaga Thamizh Semmozhi Manadu, : Coimbatore District Small Industries Association (Codissia), Govt. of Tamil Nadu, Duration, Year & Location: 5-day Summit | June 2010, Coimbatore
Medical advance research foundation conducts research and research training on the normal and disordered processes of hearing, voice, speech, and language.An active area of research is examining the dose of vibrational exposure that human vocal folds receive during phonation. Results lead to engineered vocal fold tissues that can withstand vibrational stress. We use our voices all day long, day in and day out. Singers, teachers, doctors, lawyers, nurses, sales people, and public speakers are among those who make great demands on their voices. Unfortunately, these indi iduals are most prone to experiencing voice problems. It is believed that 7.5 million people have diseases or disorders of voice. Some of these disorders can be avoided by taking care of your voice.
We followed Tolkappiyam Pirappial section to improve the efficiency of speech with out damaging the Vocal cord.
Pirappiyal - This is a section on articulatory phonetics
The field of articulatory phonetics is a subfield of phonetics. In studying articulation, phoneticians explain how humans produce speech sounds via the interaction of different physiological structures.. It talks about pronunciation methods of the phoneme.
In a language or dialect, a phoneme is the smallest segmental unit of sound employed to form meaningful contrasts between utterances.... at the level of stomach diaphragm, larynx Larynx
The larynx , colloquially known as the voicebox, is an organ in the neck of mammals involved in protection of the trachea and sound production..., jaws, tongue position, teeth, lips and ose. The visual representation of the letters is also explainedIn hu-
man language, a phoneme is a set of phones (speech sounds or sign elements) that are cognitively equivalent. ... A diaphragm is some sort of separating membrane...
The Bernoulli Effect provides an explanation of how the vocal folds actually vibrate. It is a common misconception that the vocal folds vibrate through repetitive muscular contractions. When the vocal folds are adducted during phonation, the air stream is momentarily stopped by the vocal folds. At this point subglottic pressure begins to build up below the vocal folds. This drop in pressure then sucks the vocal folds back
together. Subglottic pressure then builds up again and the process continues. This cycle of vocal folds motion create the air compressions and rarefactions that cause sound.
Our method of prevention of voice disorder is simple. The voice should originate from lower abdomen. We teach professionally how to bring voice from the lower abdomen and how to build up sub glottic pressure and how to articulate. Our studies of voice disorders focus on determining the nature, causes, diagnosis, and prevention of these disorders. These studies lead to the development of treatments and interventions that will improve the quality of life for those who are already challenged by severe voice disorders.