Our team of experts is based at Cambridge University Hospitals Addenbrooke’s NHS Trust and are used to accepting tertiary referrals and providing a second opinion in difficult cases.

 

Audiovestibular – Phil Gommersal

Phil Gomersall is a Clinical Scientist in Audiology and Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. Prior to this, he worked in the Audiology Department at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge for several years, specialising in the assessment and rehabilitation of adults with disorders of hearing and/or balance. Phil has Master's Degrees in Natural Sciences (University of Cambridge) and Audiology (University of Southampton).

Tinnitus therapy- David Baguley MSc, MBA PhD,

David Baguley is a Consultant Clinical Scientist (Audiology) and is Head of Audiology atCambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. His clinical interests are tinnitus, hyperacusis, and patients with complex hearing problems. David studied Psychology (BSc) and then Audiology (MSc) at Manchester University and became the Head of the Audiology Department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge in 1989. He has over 110 peer-review publications, and a PhD on tinnitus from the University of Cambridge.

He is a co-author on the books: “Tinnitus: a multidisciplinary approach” (Whurr, 2005) and “Hyperacusis” (Plural, 2007), and co-edited the 7th edition of Ballantyne’s Deafness with John Graham. In 2006 David received an “International Award in Hearing” from the American Academy of Audiology, and in 2008 was awarded the Shapiro Prize of the British Tinnitus Association for the second time. David was appointed Raine Visiting Professor at the University of Western Australia in 2007, and has been awarded Visiting Professorships at Anglia Ruskin University (2009), and the University of Bristol (2010).  He is a co-author of the recent book: “Living with tinnitus and hyperacusis”