By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 15, 2008
Voices.com is pleased to provide promotional sponsorship for the Second Annual Midwest Voice Conference in Chicago, IL on Saturday, August 9, 2008 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
If you use your voice to earn a living, make your way to this very informative, enlightening and practical conference in Chicago!
On August 9, The 2008 Midwest Voice Conference will be a one-day workshop discussing the effects of common disorders, such as obesity, reflux disease, neurological diseases, and allergies on the voice.
How the Voice Works
Diagnosis of Voice Disorders
Tools to Protect Your Voice
Common Medical Conditions Affecting the Voice
- Reflux Disease/ GERD
- Allergies & Sinus Disease
- Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, ALS & Spasmodic Dysphonia
Hands-on Workshops and Demonstrations
H. Steven Sims, MD
Stephanie Joe, MD
Carlos Galvani, MD
Jay Goldstein, MD
Karen Wicklund, DM, MHS, CF-SLP
Arlene Barr, MD
As a voice actor, this conference will give you a different perspective on how to use and take care of your instrument (your instrument being your voice, of course!).
People who would also benefit from the conference are actors, singers, radio hosts, teachers and anyone who uses their voice to make a living.
The fee to attend is $35.
Saturday August 9, 2008
8am - 4pm
UIC College of Medicine
@ Moss Auditorium
909 S. Wolcott St.
Chicago, IL 60612
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