At Voice Medicine Australia we work with a diverse range of clients of all age groups, consisting of:

  • Professional voice users such as teachers, performers, auctioneers, media personnel and call centre operators
  • Individuals with a neurological condition such as Spasmodic Dysphonia, Parkinson’s Disease, or those with a voice disorder arising from an acquired brain injury such as stroke
  • Children over the age of 4 with a voice-related issue such as nodules
    (please note we do not manage children with language or articulation disorders)
  • Any individual who feels vocal fatigue and effort, changes in voice quality or presenting with difficulties achieving optimum pitch
  • Individuals presenting with a chronic cough, laryngeal dysfunction or swallowing difficulties
  • People needing to improve their vocal efficiency or achieve a voice commensurate with their gender identity or expectation

Please note: In most cases we request that our patients have seen an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist or relevant other medical specialist prior to their initial assessment.


At Voice Medicine Australia we manage a range of neurological, functional and pathophysiological voice disorders including:

  • Nodules, polyps and cysts
  • Muscle tension dysphonia
  • Vocal inefficiency, technique & artistry
  • Vocal cord paralysis
  • Laryngeal tremor
  • Parkinson’s Disease (LSVT certified practitioners)
  • Peri-operative voice therapy
  • Spasmodic dysphonia


Upper Airway

At Voice Medicine Australia we manage a range of upper airway disorders such as:

  • Chronic Cough
  • Irritable Larynx
  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction (including Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movements and Laryngospasm)

We work closely with ENT surgeons and respiratory physicians to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients with these disorders.