About Exceptional Voice

 “A voice is a human gift; it should be cherished and used, to utter fully human speech as possible. Powerlessness and silence go together.”                                                                          
Margaret Atwood

Exceptional Voice, Inc. is dedicated the helping you get the most out of your life by making the most of your voice.

Many of our services for patients with speech and voice problems are covered by health care insurance.

Whether it be conference calls, speaking on your personally or connecting remotely (via  Zoom), our team can help improve your communication skills.

Please let us know how we may help you.

Voice Problems – Overview

What are voice problems?

Voice problems usually include pain or discomfort when you speak or difficulty controlling the pitch, loudness, or quality of your voice.

As you exhale, air gently passes through your throat, across your open vocal cords, and out your mouth and nose. When you speak, your vocal cords close partially as air travels through them, causing vibrations and the unique sound of your voice. Your voice is the result of remarkable and complex interactions involving several body parts-especially the lungs, voice box (larynx camera), and mouth. Damage to any of these body parts can lead to a voice problem.

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In the News

Auctioneer’s voice keeps going strong thanks to voice training and high-tech analysis

How does someone who relies on his voice for a living, such as an auctioneer, keep it in top form?

You may be surprised to find out what it takes to keep talking up success.

As exciting as it is to be in the seats during a live auction, imagine being the man behind the microphone.  “I just love excitement,” said professional auctioneer John Korrey. “It’s an art.”

Korrey has been a professional auctioneer for more than 20 years, time he’s spent solidifying his sound.

“There’s not any two auctioneers that sound alike,” said Korrey. “I can sit here and say countfive, 10, 15, 20, but when I put a chant to it, ‘I bid five dollar bid now ten now fifteen fifteen twenty now twenty twenty thirty,’ see I’m rolling my tongue and I’m adding some rhythm and I’m breathing.”

Leading auctions, sometimes for hours on end, has taught Korrey one important thing.

“We’re not a machine,” said Korrey. “If it’s equipment breaks … a starter down … you put a new one in.