I take pride in providing the highest level of specialty care via interdisciplinary collaboration within the Department of Otolaryngology to optimize patient outcomes. I am a voracious advocate for my patients and follow a functional rehabilitation approach. I am particularly passionate about providing timely, effective care for acute vocal injuries.
Alexandra R Liberi, MA, CCC-SLP
Ear, Nose, Throat
Videostoboscopy (Rigid/Flexible), Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES), Videofluoroscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (VFSS)/Modified Barium Swallow (MBS), Acoustic/Aerodynamic Measures, Adult/Pediatric Voice and Upper Airway Disorders, Vocal Fold Lesions, Vocal Fold Hemorrhage, Paresis, Presbylarynx, Muscle Tension Dysphonia, Spasmodic Dysphonia, Parkinson’s Disease, Vocal Fatigue, Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion Disorder, Laryngospasm, Chronic Cough, Neurogenic Cough, Chronic Throat Clearing, Professional Singing Voice Care ‑Advocacy/Education/Prevention, Acute Care, Singing Voice Rehabilitation, Oropharyngeal Dysphagia, Head Neck Cancer Rehabilitation, Pharyngeal Dysphagia, Pill Dysphagia, Pre/Peri/Post Surgery/Radiation/Chemo Counseling and Treatment, Alaryngeal Voice
As a professional singer, I thoroughly enjoy experiencing music on and off the stage. I am a trained classical lyric soprano, jazz soloist, and have toured the East Coast/Midwest as the front woman of various cover bands. I am a member of the South Bend Chamber Singers, and you will often find me at the local open mic, or anywhere else that features live music. I look forward to exploring additional performance opportunities in opera and musical theatre around South Bend! When I am not on the stage (or looking at one), I enjoy walking my Rottweiler, Zita, around the river, thrifting, and watching all things food network/Tim Burton.