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Mr Philip Lane

Audiologist
BAAT I and II, Diploma in Hearing Therapy

"I enjoy working at Spire Little Aston as the staff are friendly and professional. There seems to be a real focus on positive patient outcomes and excellent patient satisfaction."

Practising at

Spire Little Aston Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Philip Lane at Spire include:

Audiology and hearing therapy at Spire Little Aston Hospital

Paediatrics at Spire Little Aston Hospital

Other treatments

Allied Health Professional - Audiologist.

Treatments include pure hearing tests on both children and adults, play audiometry, tympanometry and ULL's.

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Professional profile

I have been practicing in the NHS for over 15 years and in private practice for 10 years working with both adults and children. I initially achieved a first class degree in Deaf Studies and Social Policy at Wolverhampton University and went on to complete a Diploma in Hearing Therapy at the City Lit College in London. Following this I completed my Audiological qualifications whilst working at Queen's Hospital Burton-on-Trent.

I have completed a Masters module in paediatric audiology and have experience in performing a range of hearing tests on both children and adults. I have developed specialisms in the areas of tinnitus management, unilateral hearing loss and the use of assistive listening devices.

Clinical Interests

Audiological medicine
Hearing loss
Ear, nose and throat
Otology

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Qualification and professional memberships

Dip Hearing Therapy / City Lit College London / 1998
Diploma in Hearing Therapy

BAAT I and II / Nottingham School of Audiology / 2001
British Association of Audiology Technicians
BAAT I and II is given to Audiologists who have completed both the theoretical and practical assessments to practice as an Audiologist.


Professional memberships

Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP)
British Academy of Audiology
British Tinnitus Association

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Current NHS posts

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Personal Profile

I am married with two children. I enjoy going to the gym and cycling with my family.

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