• Hearing Loss Can Affect Your Voice

    For some people, untreated hearing loss may actually influence and change the way their voice sounds all together — to themselves and to others. Patients with hearing loss can also develop a flat tone to their voice with little modulation or inflection as they…

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  • Keep Your Voice Healthy At Work

    If you work in a call center for example, your job depends on your voice, and you are considered an occupational voice user. Your voice is the only tool you have to convey your company’s message. Whether your call center is in retail, finance, technical support,…

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  • Voice Quiz

    Do any of these statements about your voice sound familiar? I run out of air when I talk. 2. The sound of my voice varies throughout the day. 3.   My voice sounds creaky and dry. 4.   I use a great deal of effort to speak. 5.   My voice “gives out” in…

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  • Muscle Tension Dysphonia

    One of the most common voice disorders we treat in speech therapy is muscle tension dysphonia (MTD). The term dysphonia means there is something wrong with the voice. However, muscle tension dysphonia can also refer to a voice that sounds normal, but causes pain,…

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