Normal voice production requires that the pitch, loudness, and quality be relatively pleasing and audible to the listener. Voice disorders occur when any of these parameters are outside of the normal range. The clinic provides assessment and treatment of a variety of voice disorders including vocal cord dysfunction and voice restoration following a laryngectomy. Professional voice consultation is offered to help clients train and use their voice for professional careers.

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Faculty member demonstrates how to use the
digital video Stroboscopy for voice assessments
as Dean Briggs, the dean of the College of
Health and Life Sciences observes.

The computerized speech lab may be used to
analyze a variety of communication variables.
In this photograph a faculty member is showing
a graduate student how this equipment may be
used to analyze the pitch and quality of a
person's voice.
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