Working with singers to find their most effective, efficient, and healthy voice

Who can benefit from singing-voice rehabilitation?

Even if you don’t consider yourself a singer per se, singing voice rehabilitation can help to find more freedom, flexibility, and efficiency in your voice after an injury or sickness. 

Most individuals who have had treatment for a voice injury or who have current functional voice complaints can benefit from developing skills related to the singing voice. These include (but are not limtited to): 

  • Singers
  • Singing Teachers
  • Singing Students
  • Teachers
  • Lecturers
  • Telemarketers
  • Public speakers
  • Caregivers
  • Salespeople

What we can offer help with:


At VoCare Consulting, we are here to listen to your experiences and will work with you to find your healthy, free, and effective voice. Below are some of the services we offer.

Baseline Singing Voice Assessments

Recording the voice at its best is an invaluable way to establish a healthy baseline to which the voice can be compared in the event of vocal injury and across subsequent treatment.

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Post-treatment Voice Function Work

For those who have undergone treatment for a voice disorder. Once cleared by a laryngologist and SLT, these sessions help clients regain finer vocal function.

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Functional Singing Voice Work

At times, singers encounter singing-voice problems that can be challenging to move past. These sessions provide targeted functional treatments to help with issues such as register transitions, breathiness, or tension.

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About Dr Baker

Dr Calvin Peter Baker is a voice scientist and singing voice specialist with a thorough understanding of anatomy, physiology, and acoustics of singing as well as clinical practices for voice healthcare. As a tenor and voice teacher, Calvin understands the demands of high-level vocal performance and acknowledges that any vocal discomfort or change in normal vocal function can leave a singer feeling disempowered and insecure.

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