Speech Problems 

In these conditions the vocal cords and larynx are working normally, but there are articulation or rhythm problems mainly with the tongue and/or soft palate which result in an indistinct voice. These medical problems vary from a simple tongue tie, to neurological disorders of the tongue and pharynx such as cerebrovascular disease and motor neurone disease, or a stammer. Some genetic females are born with certain male characteristics and vice versa. In some of these individuals there may be desire to higher or lower their basic voice pitch therefore as part of a gender re-assignment programme.

Diagnostics

Rigid and Flexible endoscopy for a detailed assessment of the inside of the throat.

Computerised voice analysis

Assessment by Speech & Language Therapist