Who is Valentina Carlile
After obtaining the title of Osteopath (DO) in 2002 at the Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia of Milan (ISO), and at the University of Wales (UK), from 2002 to 2006 she specialized in ENT and Voice disorders through the Professional Programs: ENT & Voice Disorders offered by Cornell University (NY, USA);
Linguistic & Communication offered by Columbia University (NY, USA);
Osteopathy in HEENT and Voice Disorders at the American Osteopathic College of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology in Chicago (IL, USA).
In 2012 she graduated in Physiotherapy from the University of Hertfordshire (UK).
National and international congress speaker, since 2006 she has always practiced clinical practice in Osteopathy applied to speech, singing and language disorders both in the professional and non-professional voice field.
Since 2017 Member of Collegium Medicorum Theatri (CoMeT)
2014 - 2019
Osteopathic private practice
Clinical activity in collaboration with ENT, Phoniatrics and Speech therapy studies
Specific osteopathic clinical activity in voice disorders in partnership with Live Nation Int
Assistant / tutor of Dr. Viola Frymann at the Osteopathic Center for Children and Families (SD, USA)
Teacher of Post Graduate (PG) courses for Singing and Music Schools in Vocal / Instrumental Posturology, and of PG courses for Osteopaths in Osteopathy and Voice
Institutional position of Advisor of the North-West Macro Region within the Register of Osteopaths of Italy (ROI)
Thesis advisor and co-supervisor in Osteopathy and Speech Therapy
Consultant with external outpatient activity for Juilliard Artists both in the vocal field and in the field of ergonomics / posturology for musicians (effortless playing / singing / acting)
Journal of Voice Reviewer (Elsevier)
Lecturer at Master in "Artistic Vocology"at University of Bologna (UniBo)
Co-founder of the Voice & Music PROs Care Team (VMPCT)
Role of co-translator of the text “Fascia in the Osteopathic Field” on behalf of EDRA SpA
Lecturer at the Master in "Clinical Vocology"at University of Bologna (UniBo)
Author of articles for the Science section of the online magazine SIING Magazine (Unique Artists Group)