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Marie Claire Listen Up!

The world is getting louder and putting your hearing at risk.  Marie Claire’s article features an interview with Gladys Akinseye- Harley Street Hearing Audiologist and Hearing Therapist; who talks of seeing an increasing amount of younger people seeking help with their hearing. You don’t need to see your GP to be seen by an audiologist.  Custom-made hearing protection … [read more]

BBC ‘Click’ review of hearing technology

BBC ‘Click’ reviewed new hearing technology and requested the assistance of Harley Street Hearing Partner Matthew Allsop to trial and give his feedback.  To watch the programme please click on the image below, Matthew’s review starts half way through the programme at 15 minutes.  

BBC News Hearing Loss from Loud Music

  BBC News interview with Dr Greg Nassar (Clinical Services Manager-North West Hearing) after the landmark High Court judgement on hearing damage from loud music. Anyone exposed to significant noise is prone to hearing loss, tinnitus, loudness discomfort or intolerance, and hyperacusis – where sounds that were once tolerable become intolerable. This judgement will have implications about … [read more]

Musician Acoustic Shock interview

Listen to Paul Checkley, Clinical Director at Harley Street Hearing on Jeremy Vine show on Radio 2. Paul was asked to talk about acoustic shock syndrome after the landmark High Court judgement on hearing damage from loud music.  This will have implications about the risk of hearing damage for musicians all over the country.

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Radio 2 – Extreme Hearing

Jack Stancel-Lewis, Audiologist at Harley Street Hearing discusses with Jeremy Vine the rare symptoms and diagnosis of Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome – which is where a person’s own speech or other self-generated noises (e.g. heartbeat, eye movements, creaking joints, chewing) are heard unusually loudly in the affected ear.  Click the image below to hear … [read more]

BBC World Service show on Noise

Gabriella Leon featured on the BBC WorldService Why Factor’s show on Noise.  Coming to Harley Street Hearing Therapist Gladys Akinseye for a consultation, Gabriella was clearly in distress about her tinnitus and hyperacusis; her Tinnitus Functional Index (TFI) score was acute.  She’s had further sessions of therapy and now has had a significant reduction to … [read more]

Tinnitus & clubbing insight

Read Paul Checkley-Clinical Director at Harley Street Hearing and Musicians’ Hearing Services contribution to the Independent’s article on how likely are you, as someone who might enjoy going regularly to gigs and nightclubs, to get tinnitus. Read the original article on the Independent website. How likely are you, as someone who might enjoy going regularly … [read more]

Hear Here 1st Anniversary success

Hear Here, London’s social network for those affected by hearing loss, celebrated it’s first anniversary at JP Morgan’s in Bank Street. We were joined by over 100 friends for an evening of networking and exchanging ideas with BSL interpreters. Inspirational speakers included:- Andrey Erofeev – JP Morgan employee talking about his experiences with hearing loss Gianluca Trompetta – … [read more]

Metro reporter comes for microsuction

Metro.co.uk reporter Coral Barry came into see our audiologist Jaspreet Bahra as she felt her ears were blocked. Jaspreet carried out microsuction – which is the fastest, least intrusive form of wax removal. Come to our clinics in Harley Street and Golders Green, the cost of wax removal is £80. Appointments are normally available within 24 hours, for the … [read more]

Hearing Loss link with Dementia

Clinical Director Paul Checkley was interviewed by Global News after a new, international study concluded that up to a third of dementia cases might be preventable; with hearing loss being the TOP modifiable dementia risk. The findings from an international commission of 24 leading experts from around the world were published in the prestigious journal, The … [read more]

Titanium hearing aids

Smallest ever new Titanium hearing aids

These new hearing aids are the smallest invisible-in-the-ear-canal hearing aids ever made; produced from medical grade titanium, using 3D printing technology. Renowned for its strength & durability – Titanium is 15 times stronger than the traditional use of acrylic in hearing aids. Because it is so strong these new hearing aid shells are only 0.2mm … [read more]

New South London hearing clinic

Harley Street Hearing and Musicians Hearing Services bring hearing expertise to Herne Hill.  We now have a clinic located at the Health Hub, 282 Milkwood Road. An introductory offer of a FREE hearing test is available for local residents who have hearing concerns.  And for anyone whose current hearing aids are not working well, our experienced … [read more]

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