Dr Gregory Nassar



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About me

I began my Audiology career in the North West of England working as a clinical scientist at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital then South Manchester Foundation Trust' working at Withington Hospital for 11 years. I was appointed Head of Audiology at Central Manchester Foundation Trust (Trafford Division) in 2010. Clinically I work in all areas of Adult and paediatric Audiology including complex patients. I have an interest in Noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus having worked alongside many solicitors helping their clients with special damages reports, advanced digital hearing aids and tinnitus management. Areas of expertise also include noise protection and listening and monitoring devices.

I have been invited speaker at various meetings including UCL Ear Institute, London 2013/4. Advanced Amplification and Aural Rehabilitation Masterclass and the Nordic Audiology Society.

Areas of interest

Diagnostic Audiology; complex adult hearing assessment; complex paediatric hearing assessment; Hearing aids; Vestibular function (balance) tests; tinnitus management and rehabilitation, hearing aid fitting, assessment and rehabilitation in adults and children; Evoked response audiometry including, cortical evoked response audiometry (CERA) and threshold estimation ABR.

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Procedures completed

  • AU006

    Tympanometry - including reflex testing - (5-50)

  • 20220

    Pure tone audiogram (air and bone conduction) - including masking - (5-50)

  • AU001

    Initial session with audiological testing - (5-50)

  • AU003

    Diagnostic speech audiometry - (1-5)

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