Throat, Voice, Snoring & Swallowing

  • Tonsils, Tonsillitis and Quinsy
    Tonsil Examination

    Tonsils often cause problems by becoming repeatedly or chronically infected. Quinsy is a collection of pus that develops between the back of one of your tonsils and the wall of your throat.

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  • Snoring
    throat being examined

    Snoring can be infuriating for partners, embarrassing socially and make you sleepy in the daytime. There are several ways of to reduce it depending on the source of the problem.

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  • Globus, ‘Something in my Throat’ & Cough

    The sensation of something being stuck in the back of the throat or excess mucus in the throat can cause choking episodes, chronic cough and be a persistent and annoying irritation.

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  • Swallowing problems
    throat being examined

    Swallowing problems can present suddenly or build up over a long period of time. As well as social embarrassment, they can lead to nutritional problems or even chest infections.

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  • Voice
    throat being examined

    Voice problems, such as a hoarse voice, are usually a consequence of a problem with the vocal cords themselves or their movement. A change in voice for 3 weeks or more should be investigated.

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  • Neck lumps and cancer concerns

    Please click on the link for more information on neck lumps, thyroid, parathyroid, salivary glands and cancer.

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