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Adam Walker is a registered Clinical Scientist in Audiology and holds the position of Lead Paediatric Audiologist at Manchester Foundation Trust Trafford Hospitals Division. Prior to this he worked at the Manchester Cochlear Implant Programme, working with, and rehabilitating profoundly deaf adults and children.
As a result of his MSc and CAC in Audiology Adam is duel registered with the Health and Care Professions Council as both a Clinical Scientist and a Hearing Aid dispenser. This means he is clinically registered to perform both paediatric and adult hearing assessments.
Adam has a high level of expertise in paediatric assessment and has many years experience in the assessment and management of both temporary and permanent childhood hearing loss.
His qualifications as a Hearing Aid Dispenser mean that Adam is also registered to provide discrete, high quality hearing aids for both adults and children.
Adam prides himself providing a high level of service that is individually tailored to each patient.
Areas of interest
Paediatric Assessment and Rehabilitation
Diagnosis and management of OME (Glue Ear); Diagnosis and management of permanent childhood hearing impairment; Digital Hearing Aids; Tinnitus Counselling; Implantable Hearing Devices ~
Adult Assessment and Management
Diagnosis and management of age-related hearing loss in adults; Digital Hearing Aids; Tinnitus Counselling; Implantable Hearing Devices; Ear Protection (noise-reducing devices)
Current NHS consultant posts held
Lead Peadiatric Audiologist – Central Manchester Foundation Trust, Trafford Hospitals Division.
Paediatric and Adult Hearing Assessment
Digital Hearing Technology
Prevalence of hearing problems in school age children
- MSc Audiology University of Manchester 2005
Affiliations / memberships
HCPC Registered Clinical Scientist
HCPC Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser
Member of the British Academy of Audiology
Member of the British Society of Audiology