This list consists of physicians who practice laryngology, who may be known as laryngologists, phonosurgeons, phoniatrists, voice surgeons or at least seem to have a major interest in voice disorders. Their training in voice was likely after completing a residency in ENT or otorhinolaryngology.

The general political considerations of working with many of the people below preclude me from making a recommendation for or against them. It remains your responsibility to evaluate their talents for caring for you. See Choosing your doctor for my best effort at suggesting how I would evaluate the care you receive.

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is a Consultant Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon at The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, a part of The Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust. He is immediate past Clinical Director (2003-2009), is Chair of the Consultant Forum and is Lead Clinician of the Voice Disorders Unit. He has written several books, articles and chapters, regularly lectures on voice-related topics and remains active on international editorial and scientific boards and committees.  Mr.

practices at Harley ENT, including work at Charing Cross Hospital and Imperial College in London. He specializes in airway stenosis, voice disorders, swallowing issues and gender voice surgery.  

specializes in the muscular and psychologic issues manifest in the voice. Muscle tension is a commonly overlooked vocal impairment.

has completed a fellowship in laryngology and is also a singer. He practices at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and on Harley Street in London.

works at the Blond McIndoe Research Laboratories at the University of Manchester in England.

is in practice in Brighton and Sussex, England.

practices in Swansea.

studied with Murray Morrison and practices on the South Coast of the UK.

David qualified at St George’s Hospital, London in 1972 and following 6 years initial training in general surgery and orthopaedics, he commenced ENT and head and neck surgery in 1978. He became Senior Lecturer in Laryngology at University College London in 1984 and Honorary Consultant at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital. He has a career-long interest in laryngology with multiple honorary consultant appointments in London and the UK. His research and teaching have involved many national and international presentations and projects.

practices in Manchester, UK. http://www.PrivateVoiceDoctor.Co.UK

practices in Wrexham, Wales.

is a laryngologist specializing in stem cell and regenerative medicine research. His fellowship was in head and neck surgery in Australia in the early 1990’s. His research focuses on the interface (immunological and bacteriological) between the larynx and the external environment. He performed stem cell based organ transplants in an adult and in a child as well as the second laryngeal transplant which has functionally reinnervated.,_professor_martin.aspx