Adele Vocal Cord Surgery
“Someone Like You” hitmaker Adele Vocal Cord Surgery is successful and her prognosis is good, according to her doctor. The singer has just undergone a vocal cord microsurgery by Dr. Steven Zeitels to put an end on the throat hemorrhages she’d endured. Her doctor also explained that this condition is typically the result of unstable blood vessels in the vocal cord that can rupture. She’s now expected to make a full recovery from her laser microsurgery.
Adele Vocal Cord Surgery doctor Dr. Zeitels has pioneered many vocal chord surgical procedures including the use of specialized lasers to stop vocal cord bleeding in singers. He has performed this unique procedure for many vocalists including Steven Tyler, allowing him to return to full performance. He has also fixed the voice problem of “The Who’s Roger Daltrey.”
Adele suffered a hemorrhage when she got trouble with her throat since January after her voice was weakened by a flu from December. She hadn’t fully recovered when kicking off the tour in March, leading her to being diagnosed with laryngitis. The problem got worse and later developed a respiratory and chest infection.
To avoid the risk of damaging her voice, Adele vocal cord surgery takes place. She decided to undergo a throat surgery and take a break for the rest of the year in hopes to recover properly. And she is not the only singer who has to undergo throat surgery this year. Keith Urban decided to go under the knife a few days ago, “to remove a polyp which has developed on his vocal chords.” John Mayer also did the same a while back after he was diagnosed with a granuloma, or throat inflammation.
Get well soon and for all the fans who misses Adele just listen to her song “Someone like You.”