Vocal nodules, polyps or cysts, vocal cord palsy, muscle tension dysphonia, psychogenic or stree-related voice problems, reflux management, vocal abuse and misuse, aphonia (complete voice loss), cancer of the larynx
Speech difficulties in adults and children (over 10 years old) including:
Articulation disorders due to oral surgery, facial deformity or other structural abnormality, slurred speech and other neurological-related speech problems, difficulty with pronunciation of certain sounds.
Throat discomfort and chronic cough:
Throat dryness or pain, sensation of a 'lump' in the thraot (globus pharyngeus), persistent cough.
Assessment and advice for adults with swallowing difficulties relating to impaired laryngeal/pharyngeal function
Professional voice user training:
Offered in the workplace for groups of professional voice users such as teachers, lecturers, call centre workers, clergy, public speakers etc