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Paul Manley Back Pain and RSI Clinic

Paul Manley, D.O. (ESO 1980), M.A.O.(Manip), Registered Osteomyologist
For muscle and joint problems

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Location Map (click):
The London Trauma Specialists’ Clinic,
2nd Floor, 22 Bloomsbury Street, London,WC1B 3QJ

Opening hours: Monday 9am to 5pm, Thursdays 9am to 5pm and Saturdays 9am to 6pm.

Anatomy and physiology for students of voice:

The larynx in action: laryngeal video recordings

These recordings show the general function of the vocal cords. The videos are oriented looking downwards towards the voice box. The left vocal fold is on the right of the video. Two different females are pictured below. Both are classically trained singers and had no known vocal problems at the time of the recording.

Pitch: Rise and fall
Content:
This arpeggio demonstrates how the pharynx narrows as pitch increases to create a narrower tube for resonance at the higher pitch. There is a touch of vibrato at the end.

Pitch: Slide
Content:
This slide downward in pitch demonstrates how the vocal folds shorten in length to decrease pitch. The vocal folds are vibrating at over 200 vibrations per second.



Pitch: G3# and higher
Content:
Two different tones, the first in the typical female speaking pitch range. The vocal folds are short in length. The amplitude of vibration is wide. Vocal cords are already adducted

Pitch: C5#
mid range for soprano
Content:
Continuous tone at a mid range pitch, the vocal cords are stretched, normal mucosal wave, thin clear secretions seen dancing on the surface. The vocal cords start in the abducted or breathing position.



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Please Call or Text Paul 24/7 on 07925 616 753
Location Map (click):
The London Trauma Specialists’ Clinic, 2nd Floor, 22 Bloomsbury Street, London,WC1B 3QJ
Opening hours: Monday 9am to 5pm, Thursdays 9am to 5pm and Saturdays 9am to 6pm.