Anthony Jahn, M.D.

Anthony Jahn, M.D.

Anthony Jahn M.D. is an otolaryngologist with a subspecialty interest in ear diseases, disorders of hearing and balance, and disorders of the voice. He is a professor of clinical otolaryngology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and is a noted author of The Care of the Professional Voice. For more resources, go to his website

Singers are Human!

Many singers may feel very alone when they are struggling with health issues, for fear that rumors of problems may affect their hireability. Dr. Jahn has received a number of e-mails from singers with questions about their health and its impact on their careers. We hope this sample of the questions asked helps to reassure you that you are not alone.

Vitamin Therapy and Singers

Our society seems to be growing more and more aware of homeopathic treatments and natural diets and remedies. What should we be aware of when we reach for that megadose of vitamin C? Dr. Jahn explains in this month’s column.

Alternative Medicine and the Singer

Dear Dr. Jahn: I have noticed that many of my singer friends do not trust conventional medicine; myself included! We need good health to perform and we are willing to

Unexplained Hoarseness

“Dear Dr. Jahn: My doctor says my larynx is normal, but I’m still slightly hoarse. What is going on?” This is a frustrating, and not infrequent, occurrence. The voice is

Nasal Surgery for Singers

We have received numerous questions about the effects of nasal surgery on the voice. Is such surgery beneficial? Does the voice change? Should nasal surgery be performed in the hopes of improving resonance?

Relieve Pain Safely! : Dr. Jahn Tells How

In answer to numerous requests, TNYON begins a series dealing with common medications and their effects on the singing voice. These columns will appear intermittently throughout the year.