How VoiceFit started
Tor Spence is Clinical Director at VoiceFit and founded the service in 2020. Tor qualified as a speech therapist in 2007 from Newcastle University. She has worked in voice services in the NHS ever since and until July 2022 was employed as Clinical Lead Speech Therapist in the ENT & Upper Airway Services in Oxford. She is now focused on VoiceFit services full time.
Tor believes in the power of voice as a tool for human communication and expressing emotion. She understands that a change to voice quality can lead to significant impact on quality of life. She is passionate about helping people overcome complex voice and upper airway disorders that affect health and well-being.
VoiceFit specialises in the treatment of voice disorders but also chronic cough, Inducible Laryngeal Obstruction and athletes with Exercise Induced Laryngeal Obstruction. VoiceFit has good links with ENT doctors, respiratory physicians, respiratory physiotherapists and vocal coaches both in the NHS and private sectors across the South of England.
VoiceFit clinics run across Berkshire and Oxfordshire. VoiceFit also offers video consultations so that patients can be treated conveniently and efficiently and all over the UK.
Tor offers 1:1 clinical supervision, training and coaching to speech therapists, speech therapy assistants and students who want to expand their voice knowledge and skills.