The EMST150 is the most clinically validated expiratory muscle trainer and has been proven to be effective in addressing weakened voice issues that in many cases also include weakened breath capabilities. A weakened voice issue is included in the symptoms of what is referred to medically as Dysphonia.
A weakened voice issue is associated with several risk factors and a range of physical ailments. A weakened voice may be a volume issue, hoarseness issue, or a combination of both. Please consult a qualified medical professional if you experience a persistent weak voice and have not been diagnosed.
Dysphonia can be frustrating and embarrassing in terms of being able to effectively communicate and express yourself to others. While it is important to address any underlying conditions, utilizing the EMST150 can strengthen your expiratory muscles, enabling you to produce a stronger voice while concurrently strengthening your respiratory capabilities.
Simple and easy muscle strength training with the EMST150 can lead to a significantly stronger voice capability and contribute to an enhanced quality of life.
EMST150 Key Benefits in Addressing Speaking Difficulty or Weakened Voice
- Strengthens Expiratory Muscles
- Improves Vocal & Breathing Strength
- Restores Communication Abilities & Enhances Quality of Life
- Improved Speaking Capability in as Little as Two to Three Weeks of Using the EMST150
- Easy to Use, Drug-Free, No Risk Solution to Addressing Speaking Difficulty
See How Easy it is to Use the EMST150
“Helps expand lung capacity.”
“Recommended by a speech pathologist, very simple to use to strengthen muscles in the throat to aid in breathing and swallowing!”
“A must for Individuals with speaking loud enough to be heard.”
“It is easy to use. My speech therapist advised me to use this device as an exercise to help in my swallowing and speech therapy (a result of my Parkinson’s disease). It is easy to use, sturdy, and effective. I did find it hard to blow through it at first but applying the correct amount of effort solved that problem (that must be why they call me a “blow-hard”). I continue to use it several times each day to continue strengthening the muscles I use in swallowing and speech.”
“I am using this for dysphagia therapy with an adult rehab patient. We have had great results in increased swallow strength.”
“I almost lost my voice completely by the end of the day. I have been using the strengthener for about a month. My voice is much better on the days I use the strengthener. It does take a commitment. You need to use it 5 days, 5 sets, 5 puffs in each set.”
Clinical Validation of the EMST150 in Assisting People with Difficulty Speaking
Expiratory Muscle Training in Spinal Cord Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial