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Alison E. Ali, MS CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist with expertise in voice, speech and swallowing disorders, including professional voice, neurological disorders and adult language disorders. Ms. Ali is a graduate of Georgetown University and received her Master's Degree in Speech - Language Pathology from Columbia University. In 2010, she began specializing her career in voice and swallow disorders at Westside Voice, a New York City based private practice for voice and speech pathology.
Ms. Ali performs voice evaluations and therapy for both adults and children, and swallow evaluations and therapy for adults. She also has experience treating aphasia, stuttering and articulation disorders. Ms. Ali is proficient in flexible and rigid stroboscopy and assists with in-office procedures, including laryngeal biopsy tissue retrieval and vocal fold augmentation.
Ms. Ali has been published in Respiratory Medicine, v105 p1891-1895 Sept 2011 titled “Laryngeal and respiratory patterns in patients with paradoxical vocal fold motion. She is a certified provider of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment Program (LSVT), a therapy which greatly improves the voice and speech of those diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease.
Ms. Ali is a member of The Voice Foundation and works on evidenced based practice research regarding the treatment of voice and swallowing disorders in order to remain well educated in her field.