Spire Healthcare and The Tinnitus Clinic are providing a new range of evidence-based tinnitus treatments to people living in Edinburgh and throughout Scotland.
Our specialist audiologists provide assessment and treatment for tinnitus, hearing loss and hyperacusis, using pioneering evidence based therapies that are exclusive to The Tinnitus Clinic. We may refer you to our associate ENT Consultant Surgeon for investigation prior to commencing treatment when required.
93% of our patients are extremely satisfied, or very satisfied with our unique treatments.
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Mike gained a Masters degree in Scotland before training as a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser, successfully completing the Hearing Aid Council practical and theoretical examinations in August 2007. Since then Mike has gained a wealth of experience working within the NHS and private sectors, providing specialist audiology services to a diverse patient group in a range of clinical settings. Mike has a particular interest in Tinnitus and the management of patients living with this condition.
Mike is a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Mr Baring is a consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon working in Edinburgh both in the NHS and privately at Spire Hospitals. He is an honorary senior lecturer in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Edinburgh.
Mr Baring was trained in the West of Scotland with additional fellowship training at Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Yorkhill and was awarded his Certificate of Specialist Training by the Post Graduate Medical Education and Training Board (UK) in 2011. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and a full member of ENTUK as well as the British Tinnitus Association.
Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation, Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ and hearing loss treatments are being carried out at The Tinnitus Clinic in Edinburgh. Here are some of our patients who want to tell you their story.
Though the tinnitus was tolerable at the time – it was after a bout of stress following a family bereavement in early 2015 that an unsuspecting Sandra began to feel the condition slowly taking over her day-to-day life.