We offer world-class diagnosis and treatment for our patients, who present us with all the variety offered by the third largest city in the United States.
As part of The University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System, our mission includes community outreach, education on voice care, and the scientific exploration of all aspects of voice.
Unique to humans, the voice communicates, inspires, educates and entertains. It is our mission to maximize each voice according to a patient's needs - whether the individual be a professional voice user (teacher, clergy, trial attorney) or a vocal performer. All voices are welcome!
We have assembled a team of highly trained professionals who create a personalized plan to restore and maintain each voice. Dr. Sims, a fellowship-trained laryngologist, makes an assessment and diagnosis according to the latest scientific research with state of the art equipment. He has assembled a team that can offer an array of appropriate options: medical, surgical, behavioral, and if desired holistic.
From vocal fatigue to reflux disease, we specialize in medical disorders that impair the voice. We are skilled in treating paralyzed cords (vocal folds), chronic hoarseness, spasmodic dysphonia, and chronic throat irritation. All voices are welcome and care and treatment is individualized specifically to your situation by experienced professionals.
Dr. Sims is the director of the Chicago Institute for Voice Care at the UIC Medical Center in Chicago. He is a board certified laryngologist who chose a career in professional voice care as an extension of his two passions. A graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine, H. Steven Sims, MD completed a research fellowship at the National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders as well as a clinical fellowship at the Vanderbilt Voice Center. Read More..