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Additional Patient Stories

"I first met Dr. Soliman ten years ago when he removed a cyst from my sinus. Becoming his patient was one of was the best decisions I've ever made. When I was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia last year, Dr. Soliman was the only physician I trusted to perform BOTOX injections on my vocal cords. He's an extremely competent surgeon with a gentle touch, and I trust him implicitly. So far the results have been life-changing: my voice has improved from nearly silent to ready to sing in my church choir. It's incredible."

— Patrice S.
Temple Voice, Airway and Swallowing Center patient

 
 
"The Temple Voice Center is an amazing practice. I've been coming regularly for 8 years and I've never had to wait to be seen. I simply walk into the office and they say, 'Come on in, Marie. We're ready.' On top of that, they're always friendly and interested in how you're doing. The human connection is very strong—it's a refreshing experience."  

— Marie C.
Temple Voice, Airway and Swallowing Center patient

 
 
"Before coming to the Temple Voice Center, I suffered from breathing problems for years. After a string of inconclusive tests and misdiagnoses, I was finally referred to Dr. Soliman, my life-saver. He quickly diagnosed me with tracheal stenosis and performed surgery that restored my breathing. From our very first appointment, he always made sure I understood and felt comfortable with each step of the process. He's an excellent doctor and a compassionate human being."

— Barbara M.
Temple Voice, Airway and Swallowing Center patient


 
"The Temple Voice Center has provided me with outstanding service for over ten years. I have spasmodic dysphonia, so I receive bimonthly BOTOX injections in my vocal cords. Dr. Soliman is exceptionally skilled at fine-tuning each dose. He asks insightful questions about my vocal health, listens to my needs and expectations, and goes the extra mile to ensure my satisfaction."

— Cheryl B.
Temple Voice, Airway and Swallowing Center patient