Our other clinics around the country will be opening soon, so please contact us to find out when the earliest appointment at your preferred clinic will be.
During appointments, our clinicians use appropriate sanitising equipment and PPE (personal protective equipment) which is also available to patients. We also clean surfaces between patient appointments in line with Government guidance and that issued by the British Society of Audiology.
We will require you to answer a few questions before you come into clinic to minimise the risk of spreading COVID-19 infection.
Remember, if you're unable to attend a clinic we run a full telecare service with remote assessments and fittings using video through our e‑consult service.
Hearing loss is frequently associated with tinnitus. You can test your hearing with our online tester.
Answer five short "yes or no" questions about how well you can hear in everyday situations.
Follow a few simple steps to set your computer speakers or headphones to the correct volume.
Listen to a series of test tones to test your ability to hear at different frequencies.
If so then we can help.
Comprehensive audiological evaluation and recommendation
Experts in complex and challenging hearing loss cases
Choose from a range of advanced digital hearing aids to enhance listening and clarity of speech
Fully independent – recommendations based on clinical and lifestyle needs
We accept self-referrals or referrals from your GP or ENT Consultant
Health and Care Professions Council registered
The components of our hearing loss assessment are:
A comprehensive audiological evaluation – from this we can understand your hearing loss and whether this problem requires medical or surgical intervention.
A personal needs assessment – with the variety of hearing aids available, only an expert such as those at the Tinnitus Clinic can help you decide which is best to help you hear better and fit in with your lifestyle.
Fitting appointment with Real Ear Measurements (REMs) – our audiologists monitors the hearing aids while you wear them, which is essential to ensure the accuracy of the device’s amplification prescription.
Follow up appointments – these enable the audiologist to fine tune the device to your preferences.
The Tinnitus Clinic offers a number of different types of digital hearing aids that we can tailor to suit your hearing loss and lifestyle requirements.
Our audiologists are experts in delivering the best outcome for you and the highest quality hearing care. They use a variety of sophisticated hearing aid fitting methods in order to ensure that you get the most out of your residual hearing.
Our audiologists also fit hearing aids which provide noise enrichment programmes to help with the habituation of tinnitus. See Tinnitus Desensitisation Therapy ™.
Hearing loss treatment packages start from £2120, depending on the device chosen and are inclusive of consultations, after care, a year’s supply of batteries and tuning. For more information, or to book your assessment, call 0800 030 6617 or contact us online.
To hear clearly and comfortably in challenging environments the best-in-class Starkey Muse is an excellent choice.
Improves the clarity of speech in difficult listening situations such as in noisy restaurants, crowded rooms or when driving.
Provides pure, refined sound quality so you can enjoy music in a whole new way.
Comfortable listening all day long with no buzzing or whistling feedback.
The Receiver-In-Canal hearing aid shown is small, discreet and quick to fit, perfect for many first-time hearing aid wearers.
SurfLink Mobile 2 is a hands-free mobile phone transmitter, assistive listening device, media streamer, and hearing aid remote control all rolled into one.
Elegant and inconspicuous digital hearing aids to allow you to to hear well without compromising your appearance. The Tinnitus Clinic also supplies a range of wireless volume control devices, chargers and batteries for your Siemens hearing aid.
Phonak CROS is a wireless solution for wearers with one-sided hearing. Regardless of whether you have a hearing loss in your better ear or not, Phonak CROS offers a solution.
When you have normal hearing on one side (CROS)
The transmitter is placed behind or inside your poorer ear, where it picks up sound and transmits it wirelessly to the normal hearing ear. The hearing in your good ear will remain natural and completely unaffected.
When you also have a hearing loss in your better ear (BiCROS)
The transmitter is placed behind or inside your poorer ear, where it picks up sound and transmits it wirelessly to the better hearing ear. At the same time, the receiving hearing aid also serves as an amplifier improving hearing in that ear.