What we do.
All patients are seen jointly by both an Otolaryngologist and Speech Pathologist in our commitment to a multi-disciplinary approach to the medical and functional evaluation and management of your voice problem. We have an established and regular association with other related health specialists such as neurologists, allergists, respiratory physicians, physiotherapists, gastroenterologists and psychologists. When indicated, we may also recommend referral to one of these external team members. We also regularly provide a tertiary service for other Otolaryngologists who seek further diagnostic information with videostroboscopy related to your individual laryngeal problem.
Diagnosis & Treatment
A Multi-discplinary, state-of-the-art approach to the evaluation and treatment of your voice problem.
We provide On-call and emergency evaluation and management for performers (singers and actors), who experience acute voice problems during rehearsal or production periods.
We provide comprehensive written reports incorporating both medical and speech pathologist findings and recommendations for referring doctors, speech pathologists, singing teachers, vocal coaches, and other professionals.
Advice & Counselling
We provide advice and counselling on the optimal care of your voice, and the prevention of initial and recurrent voice disorders.
Working closely with our sister Speech pathology (VMA), Swallowing (MSAC) & Airway Analysis (MAAC) practices, we provide a multi-disciplinary, state-of-the-art approach to the evaluation and treatment of your voice problem.
We provide specialized examination and advice for professional voice users such as: teachers, singers, actors, telemarketers, barristers and other professionals.
Advanced investigation techniques including Acoustic & Aerodynamic Analysis, Laryngeal EMG, pH/impedance testing, pepsin testing, and other novel techniques.
Some realities about voice problems
The majority of voice problems are avoidable and remediable.
Even the most accomplished highly trained singer can develop a voice problem (same as an elite athlete is still susceptible to injury).