New York, NY (March 2006) -- "The voice is often taken for granted but when we lose it, our job and our ability to communicate may suffer," noted Michael Pitman, MD, director of The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary's Division of Laryngology and the Voice and Swallowing Institute. World Voice Day was created to bring awareness of voice disorders to men, women and children.
If you think you may have a voice problem or your voice is important to your work, please take a moment to fill out this self-assessment questionaire. http://www.entnet.org/news/voiceday.cfm
If your score is fair to good you should contact the Voice and Swallowing Institute for a voice evaluation. If your voice score is excellent, then keep up the good work. For questions please contact Dr. Michael Pitman at 212-614-TALK.
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