GBMC unveils voice therapy music studio
It began five years ago, when Sarah Brady, a 31-year-old elementary school music teacher, started getting very hoarse, very frequently. By Wednesday of each week, she says, her voice was exhausted and scratchy. Her singing voice had changed; she could no longer hit certain notes. Concerned, Brady consulted with an ear, nose and throat doctor in Hagerstown, who blamed allergies. But the problems worsened.