Mr Yakubu Karagama

Services, therapies, and modalities
Music / arts / performance health, Hearing, Laryngoscopy / Nasendoscopy / Scope, NHS consultations (including Choose and Book), Paediatrics / children, Scans / diagnostic imaging, Singers and professional voice users, Surgery, Teaching / coaching / education
Regions Covered
London, Central London, North West, Online/Telephone/Remote
MBBS, DLO, MSc Voice Research, FRCS (ORL-HN), PGCertMed
Registration, insurance and DBS checks
Current professional registration, insurance and DBS confirmed
Information (Note: telephone numbers are available via BAPAM helpline)

Mr Yakubu Karagama is a highly qualified Ear, Nose and Throat consultant and Laryngologist working in the NHS and privately at HCA The Shard London, BMI Blackheath Hospital London and BMI Alexandra Hospital in Manchester. His NHS Practice is at Guy's and St Thomas Hospital London where he leads the multidisciplinary specialist voice clinic.  He specialises in general adult and children Ear, Nose and Throat problems but in addition he has a special interest in professional voice problems, nasal and sinus problems. He is the founder and course director for London and Manchester Phonosurgery course, is keen in voice research and obtained an MSc in Advance Voice Research at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2005.

Mr Karagama is highly experienced in working with professional singers and voice users. He can provide vocal health assessments including laryngoscopy examinations. He has treated vocal cord nodules/haemorrhage / paralysis / cyst / polyps / fatigue / inflammation/laryngitis / scar and sulcus / muscle tension.  He also treats patients with reflux / tonsillitis / sinusitis / nasal blockage and with treatment of voice disorders and diseases of ear, nose and throat.

Mr Yakubu Karagama has presented his research and won prizes at national and international conferences, including the North of England Otolaryngological Society, the Royal Society of Medicine and the British Association Conference of Otolaryngologists (BACO). He has authored and co-authored over 50 publications, is a visiting Senior Lecturer at King's College, London. He was Secretary of the British Laryngological Association. He is also an Honorary Fellow at the Royal Northern College of Music Manchester.