When would you consider visiting our
voice clinic?

  • You have a hoarse voice that persists for more than 2 weeks.
  • You have lost your voice after an operation on your thyroid gland, neck or any other operation.
  • You have lost your voice after an injury to your neck.
  • Your voice deteriorates in quality as the day progress.
  • Your voice becomes tired or painful after continues voice use.
  • You experience a lump sensation or tightness in your throat.
  • You have loss of voice or no voice (whisper).
  • You are a professional voice user such as an actor, singer, teacher, preacher, attorney or judge and has voice related problems.
  • You struggle with laryngeal spasms when breathing.
  • When referred by another health professional.
  • Patients with coughing or choking of unknown cause.
  • A child with a hoarse voice.
  • Muscle Tension Dysphonia.
  • Neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, Laryngeal Tremor, Vocal Cord Paresis/ Paralysis or Spasmodic Dysphonia.