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Voice Massage saves singers' voices

July 19, 2011



They use their voices to sign, teach, answer phone calls all day,  preach, even to cheer at a game.
     And they often struggle with voice problems — raspy voices, hoarseness, muscle strain and tension.
     Now experts at the Vanderbilt Voice Center in Nashville, Tennessee, have stepped ‘outside the box’ to help repair the voice.
     They have created a unique combination of specialized voice therapy and ‘physical’ therapy.
     The newly developed Vanderbilt Voice Center program is producing ‘amazing results,’ for a Nashville singer.
Barb Cramer has the story.
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