Laryngology – voice assessment, voice surgery. Worked with over 1000 professional voice users of all types. Experience dealing with: Inflammatory: reflux, systemic conditions. Vocal fold lesions: cysts, polyps, nodules, scars, sulci, mucosal bridge, granulomas. Neurological: vocal fold palsy, Parkinson’s. Muscle Tension and Kinetic Chain imbalances affecting the voice. NHS Specialist Voice Clinic at Lewisham Hospital. Private appointments available at Lewisham and London Bridge Hospital. Mr Gibbins treats all aspects of general and paediatric ENT conditions. He also has an interest in thyroid, parathyroid and salivary gland surgery. BAPAM can provide further referral guidance 020 7404 8444 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Declan Costello is a highly experienced consultant laryngologist with extensive expertise in treating all aspects of voice disorders and hoarseness from vocal cord nodules and cysts to polyps, papilloma, vocal cord paralysis and spasmodic dysphonia. As a singer himself, he has a particular interest in treating voice disorders in performers. He is also one of the leading exponents of local anaesthetic laryngeal procedures, which can be particularly beneficial for patients with vocal fold paralysis. He regularly runs workshops for singers and performers on voice health and anatomy. NHS Voice Clinic in Slough at Wexham Park Hospital. Private appointments at King Edward VII’s Hospital, London.
Mr Jonathan Fishman is a consultant ENT surgeon working at the Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals, and privately via www.londonvoicedoctor.co.uk. He has worked with many professional voice users e.g. musical theatre and opera singers presenting with hoarseness and voice disorders.
He graduated with a triple first class honours degree in pre-clinical medicine from the University of Cambridge and completed his clinical training at the University of Oxford.
He completed his higher surgical training in both London and Oxford. During his training he was awarded a PhD from University College London.
He has received numerous awards, grants, prizes and research fellowships and has published widely in the field of ENT. He has lectured both nationally and internationally and has organised and chaired sessions at National, European and International meetings. He is senior editor for the Journal of Laryngology and Otology, a current leading UK ENT journal, established in 1887.
He has a sub-specialty interest in laryngology. He is an elected member of the Council of the British Laryngological Association, a council member of the British Voice Association and an executive council member and scientific committee member of the European Laryngological Society.
Mr Julian McGlashan is a senior ENT surgeon with a special interest in voice and throat disorders in professional voice users. He runs an annual Nottingham Voice Day/Stroboscopy course and lectures on courses, national and international meetings on voice disorders. He leads the NHS Voice Clinic for singers and professional voice users at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. An expert in voice disorders; laryngeal disorders; throat disorders; head and neck surgery (ENT); thyroid lumps; thyroid surgery; parotid surgery; neck lumps.
Stuart graduated in medicine from the University of Aberdeen in 2000 and undertook both Basic and Higher Surgical training in the West of Scotland. He completed an international Head & Neck Cancer Fellowship at the Monash Cancer Centre in Melbourne, Australia in 2010. This provided advanced training in several aspects of Head & Neck Surgery, including laryngology (voice surgery) and Stuart is trained to the highest level in this field.
Stuart has worked within the NHS in Glasgow for over 20 years, currently at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. He also has an established private ENT practice, receiving specialist Voice and Head and Neck referrals from all over the West of Scotland.