This is the private clinic of Dr. Hashir Aazh BSc, MSc, PhD. Hashir is an academic and clinical expert in the field of rehabilitative therapies for tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia for children and adults in the UK. A recent study that assessed patient’s views about the effectiveness of therapy for management of tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia showed that 85% of patients ranked their treatment as very effective (click here for details). In addition, a significant number of parents have been delighted with the improvements their children make during therapy at Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Therapy Specialist Clinics. The focus of the therapy is to help patients to regain their confidence in leading their normal life without depending on any equipment or medication.
Dr. Hashir Aazh was very kind and professional. Highly recommended
Encouraging first appointment which gave me a great deal of hope for the future.
It was a great relief to finally see someone with a comprehensive understanding of misophonia.
Great service and effective treatments. Good value for your money.
I met with Dr. Hashir Aazh once and we continued the rest of the sessions via Skype which was just as excellent and still enabled me to take away the valuable tools I needed. Dr Aazh is very sincere and I have learnt so much about myself through these life changing sessions.
Excellent service. Dr. Aazh is very professional and knowledgeable.
outstanding initial session! many thanks to Dr. Aazh
Outstanding initial session. Dr.Aazh is clearly a skilled clinician with the ability to provide CBT type therapy from an audiologist’s perspective given his experience and thorough understanding of Tinnitus.
Highly recommend his professional services via Skype.
I have had 10 sessions of CBT with Hashir. I learned much about myself and the way I react to tinnitus. Hashir is very personable, listens well and has considerable knowledge and experience.
Very informative and engaging
Hashir has really helped me. I didn’t think that I’d be able to get through the sessions as I am very busy with work but needed help. He has been very flexible and supportive. I would highly recommend him.
I received 6 sessions of CBT for Hyperacusis from Hashir and have made considerable improvements from the techniques he has taught me. I feel my condition is vastly more manageable and I very much expect to improve further by continuing to practise and implement them. Hashir is very knowledgable on these topics, explains things very clearly and is excellent at focusing my mind to the path of recovery. Highly recommended!
Personable, professional and supremely competent.
It is a common concern in individuals with tinnitus that if their hearing worsens for any reason it may lead to an increase in the loudness of their tinnitus to a level that they would not be able to cope with. In collaboration with Professor Richard Salvi who is the director of University at Buffalo’s Centre for Hearing and Deafness in United States, Dr. Hashir Aazh explored the relationship between hearing loss and tinnitus loudness in over 400 patients. This study has been published in the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. See the video for details of the study and its results.
In Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Therapy Masterclass, Dr. Hashir Aazh shares his clinical methods and research findings with regard to assessment and management of the distress linked to tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia in children and adults. The methodology of his approach and the conceptual framework outlined for tinnitus and hyperacusis rehabilitation has been developed based a decade of research and innovative practice by Hashir’s tinnitus team. The essence of their approach is based on pragmatically combining methods of cognitive therapy with audiological science.
Dr. Hashir Aazh is organising the International Conferences on Hyperacusis and Misophonia in London with 14 disciplines from 20 countries represented
The Hearing Review Oct 22, 2019 | Tinnitus
Karl E. Strom the editor of The Hearing Review reports on the study Hashir Aazh, PhD, and Richard Salvi, PhD, published in Journal of American Academy of Audiology which shows only a weak association between tinnitus loudness and puretone average (PTA) thresholds. When patients ask an audiologist or hearing care professional if their tinnitus (ringing in the ears) is going to get worse as their hearing loss progresses, what answer do they usually receive? Most hearing care professionals will reassure the patient by telling them that, although it’s possible for this to occur, it’s generally not a problem they’ve observed in their practice. Now there is some clinical science to back up this answer. See this paper for more information.
I was a bit dubious beforehand about treating what I saw as a physical problem with therapy. The treatment I had has made a great difference to the effect that hyperacusis has on me and I am now able to do things and go to places that I could not before.