Cannot Make A High Sound After The Impact To The Neck?
After the accident there was a collision in the neck so I couldn’t make a high pitched sound
Injury to the part of the neck that hits the larynx can damage the innervation of the vocal cords or the vocal cords themselves. Damage / malfunctioning of the vocal cords, apart from injury can also be due to other things, for example due to neck surgery, due to strokes, severe infections, tumors, cancer and other conditions.
Our vocal cords are made up of two elastic sections of muscle tissue, located at the entrance to the trachea. When we speak, these vocal cords will unite and vibrate to make sound. When you're not talking, your vocal cords open and air comes in and out of them when you breathe out.
Symptoms of malfunctioning vocal cords include a change in voice / "breathy", hoarseness, noisy breath, difficulty making high pitched / loud voices, ineffective cough etc.
Because it is not clear what kind of damage you suffered, whether the nerves were damaged or the vocal cords were damaged, of course you have to go to an ENT doctor to find out. The ENT doctor will check the severity of the damage and recommend the appropriate treatment for you. Perhaps to fix it, it will require surgery, vocal therapy, or a combination of both.
Damage to the vocal cords can certainly frustrate you because of difficulty communicating. Although your voice may change in the future, therapy can help you use your voice efficiently without damaging it further.