Our mission is simple: To prevent injury and rehabilitate patients who have voice problems and provide cutting edge research to remain the leaders in our field.
Dedicated to the evaluation and care of voice disorders, the UPMC Voice Center offers a wide range of services and is a unique resource for both the general public and those who use their voices professionally.
Dr. Clark A. Rosen is the director of the UPMC Voice Center and a professor of otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The Voice Center is staffed by a select group of medical experts who utilize state-of-the-art technology, including a voice analysis laboratory, to provide patients with a wide range of medical, surgical, and behavioral treatments for all voice disorders.
Voice disorders are often signs of other medical problems. In order to offer a truly comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of even the most complex voice disorders, the Voice Center staff consults with specialists in gastroenterology, internal medicine, neurology, psychiatry, psychology, physical therapy, and other disciplines.
The Voice Center also provides voice health care services for professional and amateur vocal performance groups such as the Pittsburgh Opera as well as performing arts centers at regional high schools and universities.