Singing Voice rehabilitation

Who is Singing Voice Rehabilitation for?

  • If you have been experiencing strange and unpredictable qualities within your singing voice

  • If your throat aches or hurts after singing

  • Visible tension when singing or a tightness in the throat

  • Loss of useable singing range

  • Huskiness when singing

  • Excess mucous after singing

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“THANK YOU FOR TODAY’S SESSION… AND FOR LETTING ME TAKE THE P***FOR AN HOUR. JUST SO YOU ALL KNOW….STEPHEN IS MAGICAL. LIKE A MAGICAL VOCAL FIXING WIZARD. YEP!”

Rita Simons, Eastenders

If you suspect you have a voice problem…

If you suspect you have a voice problem, the first thing you need to do is see a GP or Doctor if the issue doesn’t resolve in two weeks. In the meantime you should look at alternative ways of alleviating symptoms, especially if you are a professional voice user.

  • Book in with your GP

  • Reach out to your vocal coach / singing teacher

  • Book yourself in for some alternate treatment like Psychotherapy, Speech Therapy or Vocal Massage

  • Remember that not all singing teachers have the same skill sets, so you should look for one with Vocal Health First Aid as a minimum requirement.

JOINT VOICE CLINIC

Another important consideration...

When you work with a singing teacher to rehabilitate your voice, it is important that they have clinical, pathological knowledge.

If a singing teacher does not or has not worked in a Joint Voice Clinic they may have gained their information from elsewhere with a theoretical underpinning of the information needed to help.

Both Stephen and Lydia have attended the Joint Voice Clinic in Wexham Park Hospital with Mr Declan Costello, ENT.

What do we see in the studio?

Singing Voice Rehabilitation Options

Singing Voice rehabilitation

£7500
  • Limited number of sessions
  • A guided plan back to optimum vocal health