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Mo Khan is a Director and the Deputy Chief of Audiology at London Hearing which is based in London’s iconic Harley Street. Harley Street is London's most renowned location for medical care. 

Having completed his Audiology education at the University of Southampton and achieving the highest accolade of a First-Class Honours degree, he started his career within the NHS. He worked in clinics across the country including Dorset, Northern Ireland and Chelsea and Westminster. Mo takes a special interest in hearing aid technology, the management of tinnitus and the treatment of complex hearing problems. In January 2017 he joined London Hearing as a Senior Audiologist, closely followed by being appointed as a Director & Deputy Chief of Audiology.

As well as his keen interest in Audiology, Mo graduated at the top of his class with a Distinction in Risk Management (MSc) from Southampton University Business School. He therefore contributes to the development of the clinic with a focus on improving the quality of care provided.


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Dr Elizabeth Adesugba is a highly qualified hearing and balance specialist with over 13 years’ experience in private and NHS audiological care. Adesugbae is an experienced lecturer nationally and internationally on topics such as anatomy and physiology, audiology and NHS professions. 

Adesugba is very passionate about Audiology and its ability to improve the quality of life for people with hearing or balance difficulties. For this reason, she is dedicated to making sure her patients get the very best personalised care.

Adesugba's special interests include Hearing Tests, Tympanometry, Reflex Testing, Videonystagmography, PositionalTesting, Dix-Hallpike for BPPV, Repositioning Manoeuvres, Vertebral ArteryScreening, Video Head Impulse Testing (VHIT), Vestibular Rehabilitation, Hearing Aid Fittings, Tinnitus Management and Hearing Protection.



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Mr Nick Clive is the Chief of Audiology services and a Director at 150 Harley Street, London Hearing.

His interest in the field originated whilst studying Medical Physics & Physiological measurement at the City of Westminster College. He went on to receive nationally recognized qualifications in the field, before starting to practice as a fully qualified Audiologist in 2000.

He has spent several years working with leading Audiology and hearing aid technology companies. This experience has allowed him to stay at the forefront of his industry.

He has a wealth of experience fitting hearing aids and managing complex hearing losses.

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Ms Clarissa Purdy is an Audiologist working for London Hearing. She carries out diagnostic audiology assessments, ear wax microsuction, adult rehabilitation and repair of hearing aids.

Ms Purdy qualified with Honours from Healthcare Sciences (Audiology) from Swansea University in 2016. She then worked for the NHS and completed several placements at the University Hospital of Wales, Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor, the Dorset County Hospital in Dorchester and now currently London Hearing.

Within the field of Audiology, she has a particular interest between cognition and hearing loss. Apart from her clinical interests, she enjoys travelling around the world, watching movies and skiing.

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Marina is an experienced qualified Audiologist. She graduated with a Masters in Healthcare Science (Audiology) from the University of Southampton and commenced her career primarily in the NHS. Her first job was in West London where she saw mainly adult patients. From here Marina moved on to the challenging but highly rewarding job of a Paediatric Audiologist in East London.

She specialises in audiology assessments, hearing aid fittings, paediatric hearing assessments (mainly those aged 2.5 to 19 years old), play audiometry, assisting on visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA), hearing loss management, otitis media with effusion management and hearing aid repairs. Marina is experienced within her role and believes her work in NHS placements has enabled her to master the core audiological competencies.

The good things she does for her patients include building rapport, involving them in their own care and improving their quality of life. As well as her clinical work Marina has a research interest in hearing aid digital signal processing – particularly noise reduction and speech enhancement.


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What is an Audiologist? 

An audiologist is a specialist that can diagnose and treat problems associated with hearing and balance. They are capable of carrying out various investigations of hearing and balance to determine the problem causing the deficit. They can provide treatments or can refer you to an ENT surgeon or other specialist for appropriate interventions. They can also provide chronic management and rehabilitation for conditions as tinnitus and vestibular problems and can monitor and manage interventions such as cochlear implants and hearing aids.

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When to see an Audiologist?

You may want to see an audiologist when you have noticed an abnormal change in your hearing or balance. You may be referred from your primary care provider to determine the cause of your problem and for appropriate management if the problem does not settle with simple acute management (e.g. for a minor infection). Some audiologists can also provide additional services which you may find useful such as counselling and sign language if necessary.

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What conditions does an Audiologist treat?

What procedures can you find at an Audiology clinic? 

  • Hearing Aid Provision
  • Hearing Assessment And Management
  • Tinnitus Assessment And Management
  • Video Consultation

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