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Professional Voice Users

Educators, salespeople, call center workers, and other professionals who require voice use for their livelihood are considered professional voice users.

Professional Voice Users

Professional voice users include anyone who requires heavy voice use for their livelihood. This population includes teachers/educators, customer service representatives, administrative assistants, salespeople, servers, call center workers, and anyone else who speaks frequently in their job. These individuals may be at high risk for developing a voice disorder due to a heavy vocal load. For these people, voice-related symptoms such as hoarseness, vocal fatigue, discomfort or pain with voice use, and/or voice loss can be very disruptive to their life, as many are unable to work without a healthy, reliable voice.

The voice pathologists at ProVoice Center have the knowledge and experience required to assess and treat voice-related symptoms in professional voice users. We work to provide individualized information to help maintain your best voice possible while aiming to resolve voice-related symptoms through specific exercises and strategies for vocal rehabilitation.