• Hoarse voice (dysphonia)

  • Throat discomfort 

  • Vocal fatigue

  • Vocal nodules and polyps

  • Vocal cord palsy (paralysis)

  • Sensation of a lump in the throat (globus)

  • Muscle tension disorders of the throat (MTD)

  • Voice disorders caused by acid reflux

  • Voice loss (aphonia)

  • Psychogenic voice problems

  • Difficulties with articulation or pronunciation of speech sounds

  • Lisps

  • Laryngospasm

  • Inducible laryngeal obstruction (ILO)

  • Slurred speech (dysarthria)

  • Post-surgical rehabilitation of the voice

  • Chronic cough

  • Professional Voice Users (teachers, public speakers, call centre workers etc)

  • Companies or training establishments that require training in the prevention of voice disorders for their professional voice users (e.g teacher training colleges, call centres etc.).

 

 

Providing assessment, advice and treatment for

adults and children with: