Karen Esposito, BSc (Hons) Cert MRCSLT
Karen completed her professional training in Speech & Language Pathology and Therapy at Manchester University in 1996, going on to specialise in the assessment and treatment of dysphonia (voice disorders).
Karen works at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals during her NHS time, as part of specialist teams providing regional clinics for patients with voice problems (dysphonia or vocal dystonia) and upper respiratory tract disorders (Inducible Laryngeal Obstruction and chronic cough).
Karen provides regular training to health professionals within the NHS, is an honorary lecturer at Sheffield University and is an adviser to the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.
During her private work, Karen sees patients at Claremont Private Hospital in Sheffield. Occasionally, it may be possible to arrange home visits.
She provides therapy to patients with voice problems, coaching and advice to professional voice users and education, guidance and training for any individuals, groups or organisations who wish to learn more about how the voice works, how to improve vocal and communication skills and how to protect the voice against future problems.