We are pleased to have Aaron Low, speech and language pathologist at The Voice Clinic, join us at our NATS Ontario 2013 Spring Meeting. We’d love to have you join us this Saturday, May 4th for a discussion and demonstration of laryngeal massage for singing.
Aaron J. Low, M.S., CCC-SLP, is an Ontario licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and Professional Voice Consultant. Aaron holds a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota and was mentored by Dr. Nelson Roy, a world-leading voice researcher now with the University of Utah – Salt Lake City.
Aaron’s experience over the past 12 years of professional speech and voice rehabilitation include head/neck cancer, award-winning pediatric research helping to develop the first voice clinic for children in the world at SickKids, repairing speaking voices from teenagers to the world’s elite, and lastly, his specialty…SINGERS.
Aaron’s understanding of singers is quite unique. He guides singers towards a greater understanding of their instrument and the muscles that surround it through his specific series of exercises combined with Aaron’s own form of hands-on voice box and neck manipulation and massage.
When a doctor says the pills should have worked or surgery is not an option, advanced voice therapy and voice manipulation and rebalancing musculature works!