A southwest Indiana professor is sounding his approval for a procedure that allowed him to get his voice back after seven years of talking in a raspy whisper.
Oakland City University Professor Charles Kiesel tells the Princeton Daily Clarion (http://bit.ly/wK1u0T) that his voice never came back after a bout with laryngitis. He says it left him feeling isolated.
He went through several diagnoses and tried things that worked only temporarily. Then he saw a news report about a woman who regained her voice after losing it because of a case of laryngitis. He went to the same doctor who told him he would need a Botox injection.
Kiesel got the injection and is back in full throat now.
Information from: Princeton Daily Clarion, http://www.tristate-media.com/pdclarion