Your larynx – 5 things you need to know

Your larynx – 5 things you need to know

              What is it? Your larynx is the source of where we make sounds. It is comprised of bones (hyoid), cartilage (thyroid, cricoid, arytenoid, coniculate) and joints (cricothyroid, thyroarytenoid). Where is it? The larynx is located in the...
Announcing our 2016 Vocal Unloading Course for Speech Pathologists!

Announcing 2016 Vocal Unloading Courses

Performance Medicine are pleased to announce their Vocal Unloading course series for 2016. This course has been designed for physiotherapists who wish to learn more about the anatomy, techniques and uses of Vocal Unloading and Vocal Physiotherapy. If you are...

What is Vocal Unloading®?

Vocal Unloading®, is physiotherapy treatment that acts as neuromuscular cycle breaker to enhance and improve the efficiency of the performance voice and the injured or pathological voice. Vocal Unloading is performed by physiotherapists who have extensive knowledge of...