Mr Adam Walker
Clinical Scientist (Audiology)
I obtained my MSc in Audiology from The University of Manchester in 2005 and subsequently undertook clinical training at South Manchester University Hospitals Trust. Following this, I worked at the Manchester Cochlear Implant Programme until October 2011 at which point I was appointed as Lead Paediatric Audiologist for the Trafford Hospitals Division within Manchester Foundation Trust.
I have gained significant experience in the field of paediatric audiology, assessing children of all ages, from newborn babies through to teenagers. I work with many children both with temporary and permanent hearing losses and was the inaugural winner of the BAA / NDCS Paediatric Audiologist of the Year award in 2017.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Adam Walker at Spire include:
Audiology and hearing therapy
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Manchester Hospital.
MSc Audiology / Manchester University / 2006
Master of science
Certificate of Audiological Competence / UHSM / 2007
Clinical Audiology Qualification
HCPC (Clinical Scientist & Hearing Aid Dispenser registrations)
Elected member of the British Academy of Audiology Service Quality Team which acts as the professional reference body for all aspects of quality in audiological assessment and rehabilitation in adults and children in the UK.
In my spare time I enjoy running, triathlon and open water swimming, although time for this is somewhat limited by my three year old son who has a far superior social life than I do!