Voice The Voice Clinic at the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center utilizes a state-of-the-art voice lab which includes videostroboscopy and acoustic-aerodynamic computer software to assist in the identification of voice disorders. This same software assists with feedback during treatment and provides data regarding the effectiveness of therapy. Commonly Treated Disorders Vocal Nodules Muscle Tension Dysphonia Vocal Cord Dysfunction Chronic Cough Mutational Falsetto Transgender Voice When/Where The Voice Clinic at the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center is located in Smith on Marshall University’s campus. Appointments are available based on provider schedules. What to expect For the first visit, patients can expect a 1-2 hour appointment. This appointment will consist heavily of an interview to gain more information about voice concerns. Voice tasks will also be completed with computer measures and videostroboscopy as needed. Education regarding pathology and recommendations following the evaluation will be provided. Common Treatment Methods Resonant Voice Therapy Lee Silverman Voice Therapy Vocal Function Exercises Rescue Breathing Techniques Vocal Hygiene Semi Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises Visual Feedback Costs The speech-language pathologist will bill your insurance for voice evaluation and treatment. Please check with your insurance to determine the co-pay or cost associated with these services.