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My name is Christina H. Kang, a medical Speech-Language Pathologist with specialty training in voice pathology, licensed in the state of Florida. I am a Singing-Voice Specialist with classical training, and I have performing experience in dramatic theater, opera, musical theater, choral music, concerts, and recitals both domestically and internationally. 


My training in voice pathology includes a year-long internship at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Laryngeal Surgery & Voice Rehabilitation followed by a clinical fellowship at the University of Kentucky Voice Clinic under the tutelage of Drs. Joseph Stemple and Rita Patel.  In 2012, I was recruited to Mayo Clinic Arizona by Dr. David Lott to co-found the state-of-the-art Multidisciplinary Voice Program, which has been immensely successful since its inception. I retired from Mayo Clinic in 2020 to start my own private practice.

I am passionate about being a conscientious and mindful clinician, offering clients medically sound, evidence-based strategies they can rely on to thrive as their own advocate. I am actively involved in research and frequently present at national and international meetings on topics of voice and swallowing rehabilitation. Finding answers to clinical questions to better help my clients is the dominant motivator for my interest in research. Recently, I identified a new type of swallowing disorder that previously went undiagnosed (muscle tension dysphagia), and my published recommendations for treating this disorder are now widely adopted. I also have a strong interest in chronic pain and functional laryngeal disorders, and I have undergone extensive training in Pain Rehabilitation of Central Sensitization Syndrome to better assist my clients with these complicated problems. 


Teaching voice has always given me great joy. I always maintained a private vocal studio, and I also served as a lecturer in Undergraduate and Graduate Vocal Pedagogy at Arizona State University. I am happy to continue vocal pedagogy as the only focus in my private practice. I do not provide medical voice therapy in my private practice. You can seek my help for medical voice therapy at the University of Miami Voice Program (305-243-4315). 

Armed with extensive knowledge of voice science, vocal pedagogy, and clinical expertise in muscle tension dysphonia, I take great pride in helping professional voice users discover tension free voice, both in speaking and singing. Discover a grounded voice that is uniquely yours.

Please send me a message to schedule an initial evaluation with me.



Those suffering from voice and singing struggles will be transformed via 3 important ingredients included with Christina’s high quality care: Competency, Collaboration, and Compassion. 

Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, Ph.D., CCC-SLP ASHA Fellow

Professor, University of Utah

School of Medicine


This is the most amazing lady I have ever met, my therapy sessions with her were the highlight of my week...she combines the heart, the soul, the knowledge, self awareness and of course the voice! I learned how to appreciate how valuable our voice is, her wisdom in empowering us to have a clear and young voice has made my communication with the world so much better Christina Kang is a star 💫 in my world, I’m honored to have had the chance to learn from the best.

Cristina Murillo

Christina's heart and soul go into everything she does, whether it be teaching singing voice technique, providing voice and swallowing rehabilitation, providing educational resources through The Voice Forum, or giving inspiration and motivation to her colleagues. When I work with professional performers who are on tour, if they need care and are in her area, I can tell them with confidence that they are in good hands working with Christina. She strikes a wonderful balance between excellent scientific knowledge and creative artistry, both of which are essential to our work as voice-specialized speech-language pathologists.

Christine Murphy Estes, MM, MA, CCC-SLP

Weill Cornell Medicine

Sean Parker Institute for the Voice 

It is with great pleasure that I highly recommend the superb work of Christina HyoJin Kang,

Christina was my speech-language pathologist in 2018/2019 at The Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Division of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery in Phoenix AZ. I suffered a vocal hemorrhage because of vocal overuse, and as a voice professional, I was completely devastated.

Working very closely with Christina throughout the time I was her patient, I became acutely aware of the breadth of her knowledge, both about the physical and psychological aspects of singing as well as the scientific aspects of voice rehabilitation. Christina provided a fully comprehensive nature of services:  she addressed the whole person and not just the vocal folds. Through diligence of time and effort, supervised by Christina’s excellent patient care, and warm and nurturing bedside manner, I fully recovered the singing and speaking range of my voice.

Let there be no doubt:  if you are a singer who is experiencing vocal distress, Christina is your person. She is easy to relate to regardless of gender and age. She is pleasant, conscientious, highly organized, ethical, honest and caring, and always went above and beyond with professionalism and ease. I have my voice back again because of Christina, and for that I will always be grateful.

Dr. Sharon A. Hansen 

Professor and Director of Choral Activities, Emerita

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Conductor, The Arizona Musicfest “Festival Chorus”


I have worked with Christina for the past 9 months completely online. She is qualified, kind and positive in every way.  The main issue that we addressed was my aging voice; I am 70 and a professional voice teacher.  Building upon my knowledge of the voice, Christina added her expertise and experience to help me with my bowed vocal folds.  She made efficient use of our time together and I felt and heard progress with every session. I appreciated the clear  “homework” assignments and I knew exactly what to practice; the video and audio recordings were, and will continue to be invaluable.  The vocal techniques, stretching exercises and warm-up have not only helped my voice, but my private voice students have greatly benefited.  Christina is a rare gem in the professional world of Voice Therapists who is trained in both speech and singing techniques.  I completely agree with Dr Sharon A. Hanson, “... if you are a singer who is experiencing vocal distress, Christina is your person.” I applaud Christina Kang and thank her for polishing my voice!


Corinne Walker, Master’s Degree in Music - Vocal Performance, Texas State University

Former voice student of Ellen Faull and Todd Gordon.


Christina is a fabulous resource for singers and voice teachers.  I observed her work on many occasions, including with students of mine. She has the medical training, the experience as a singer and teacher, and the empathy that qualify her to diagnose quickly and to find solutions for the whole range of vocal problems.  Her positive, warm, humor-filled approach puts students and patients at ease right away.

- Thomas Jones, Voice Teacher

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