Located in London's renowned medical district, our Harley Street Clinic treats patients from across the UK and around the world.
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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Limited on street parking is available in Harley St. However, our clinic is only a short walk from Regents Park underground station.
Mark Williams is The Tinnitus Clinic’s lead audiological clinician and specialises in the management and treatment of tinnitus and sound sensitivity disorders. Mark has a special interest in the psychoacoustic measurement of tinnitus as a means of improving the efficacy of sound based therapies. He has been responsible for undertaking observational studies evaluating the efficacy of new tinnitus treatments and has also contributed to the validation of new tinnitus pitch measurement techniques.
Mark has authored a number of academic articles for scientific and clinical journals and regularly delivers peer reviewed research talks at National and International Tinnitus and Audiology conferences.
I was very impressed by its thoroughness, and by the clinician's clarity in addressing the problem posed by my tinnitus. I felt that I was in good hands - very reassuring considering the anxious state I had been in.Nigel Wright
Julianne is a Health & Care Professions Council registered Arts Therapist (AS13548), British Association of Dramatherapists (Badth) registered clinical supervisor and a full member of Badth. She works in private practice, education and with tinnitus patients. She lectures in Dramatherapy at Anglia Ruskin University and is currently completing her doctorate research. Julianne also trains frontline service workers in mental health awareness and safeguarding.
She uses an integrative approach to working with tinnitus patients that draws on psychodynamic models of therapy, cognitive behaviour strategies and the arts. She provides a confidential and non-judgemental space that offers encouragement and unconditional regard to whatever thoughts and feelings the client brings.
Yossy obtained a BSc honours degree in Audiology from the University of Bristol. Since completing her studies in 2010, she has worked in a number of NHS departments and within the private sector in a variety of clinical areas with a special interest in adult rehabilitation and tinnitus.
She is a registered Audiologist with the Registration Council of Clinical Physiologists (RCCP), and is a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). Yossy is also a member of the British Academy of Audiology (BAA).
Mr Nitesh Patel is a fully registered ENT specialist, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in England and consultant ENT surgeon member of ENT-UK.
Mr Patel has particular interests in Tinnitus and Menieres Disease. He completed his Higher Surgical Training in ENT Surgery and was awarded the Gold Medal by the Royal Society of Medicine for 1st Rank in the National (UK) Intercollegiate examination in ENT Surgery with award of FRCS (ORL-HNS) in 2005.
Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation, Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy™ and hearing loss treatments are being carried out at The Tinnitus Clinic in London, Harley Street. Here are some of our patients who want to tell you their story.
“The tinnitus had a major effect on my mood and there were points when I thought this is my life; this is what it’s going to be like from now on. I didn’t share much about it with my family and kept much of it to myself to a large extent.”
“I went to see my GP and explained that I couldn’t live with it, that I wanted to end it. He said he’d have to section me, which I didn’t want, but I knew I couldn’t live with the ringing. Then, my wife and my son found The Tinnitus Clinic on the internet.”
Twenty-five year old Nathan Bushay – a green grocer and market trader from High Wycombe - experienced debilitating tinnitus following a whiplash injury. Within days of starting the pioneering new treatment – called Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation – he noticed his tinnitus was less intrusive.
"There is a lot of quackery surrounding a condition such as tinnitus, but this treatment is scientifically validated and it was this that attracted me to it. The tinnitus is still there - but it’s less shrill, and I hope one day it will fade until it no longer bothers me."
Keith, a retired farmer from Kent, first noticed his tinnitus about three years ago. “It sounded like a very loud ringing in my left ear. Quite frankly, it destroyed my every day and night. There was no respite at all and it was so intrusive. I felt like I couldn’t look forward to anything at all."
Retired florist from Middlesex, Astrid Pryce first experienced tinnitus about four and a half years ago. “It didn’t start over night; it was a gradual thing. Six months previous to this, I’d looked down as I was getting out of the car and both of my ears went pop, like when a plane comes into land. It seemed quite strange. I held my nose and blew out, to try and clear my ears; both ears cleared but my right ear quickly blocked again and felt pressured. I kept trying but I couldn’t clear it.”
"It started many years ago – probably about 30. It developed gradually but became more noticeable after a particularly stressful period in my life. I saw a Specialist about how to reduce the high-pitched noise, and was told that I would have to learn to live with it. So that’s what I did. I just got on with it.”
"I experienced the most dynamic change within the first two weeks, followed by an ongoing progressive improvement in symptoms. I went from not being sure if I would sleep at night, to dropping off straight away. From being unsure if I'd have a good day, to having a succession of them.
It's hard to describe how much the condition changed, but it's gone from feeling like my head would split open, to being a very mild annoyance, like a scratch on your foot – and the relief has been sustained. It really seems to work and, at long last, I'm enjoying my life again!"
"I'm amazed to find that the treatment is working. Once the clinic had assessed my tinnitus, I was given the small clip-on device and earphones. I didn't need any further guidance; treatment was very easy and, as it was non-invasive, I had no concerns.
I first noticed a change after about ten days. Since then, there's been a noticeable change every couple of days as my tinnitus starts to disappear. My advice would be to give it a go! It seems to be working for me, so I'd strongly recommend it."
Leo McAuliffe, an 80-year old retired gentleman from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, suffered from tinnitus for over ten years, until a new treatment – TDT - changed his life dramatically. Leo didn’t have any history of audiological issues but was exposed to a great deal of noise whilst motorcycle racing.
“Sometimes if I am tired or a bit stressed with work or something then the ringing’s really loud… then I will just get the device and put it in my ear and give myself a bit of break. I can turn it up loud or quiet depending on how I feel and that makes me feel more in control.”