SPECIALIST SPEECH
THERAPY 
PRACTICE

is an independent practice running clinics in
Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh and London.

SPECIALIST SPEECH THERAPY
PRACTICE

is an independent practice running clinics in 
Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh and London.

SPECIALIST SPEECH THERAPY
PRACTICE

is an independent practice running clinics in 
Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh and London.

Specialist Speech Therapy Practice

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The Specialist Speech Therapy Practice is an independent practice running clinics in Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh and London.

The focus of the Specialist Speech Therapy Practice is to provide a service to adults with communication, voice and swallowing disorders. 

We also specialise in the treatment of facial palsy in both adults and children.  Facial palsy can affect a person far more deeply than just loss of facial function. This is a highly specialist area of work and we specialise in the treatment of facial palsy whatever the cause and in all ages, from babies to adulthood.

We accept both medical and self-referrals and are recognised by health insurance providers. Our aim is to see patients as soon as possible and we offer treatment to suit the individual. We can work in clinic but can also come to the patient's home, care or nursing residence.  When appropriate, we also offer consultations via Skype.  Medico-legal work is also undertaken, (please see ‘Specialist Services’ page for further details). 

We are also delighted to work in partnership with NHS Speech & Language Therapists as well as with other health professionals (e.g. physiotherapists, occupational therapists) and the voluntary sector (for e.g. Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland).  

“Penny’s support, encouragement and expertise helped me tremendously.  Quite honestly I couldn’t have achieved the results I have without her.  I will be forever grateful! .” S Stewart

OUR THERAPISTS

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My name is Penny Gravill and I set up The Specialist Speech Therapy Practice having worked for many years within the NHS and as a sole independent practitioner.

FACIAL CLINIC

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My interest in facial palsy began from patients who had undergone acoustic neuroma removal and this surgical treatment may at times result in facial palsy.

SPEECH THERAPY

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The people we work with have usually had: Stroke, Brain injury, Brain tumours, Neurological diseases eg. Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Dementia, Voice problems, Oral cancer
“Thanks to you my mum improved greatly.  
It has been noticed her voice is louder than before.” Raphael