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Jay is a highly qualified audiologist with a doctorate degree in audiology and 10+ years of experience in NHS and independent sectors in UK. His clinical areas of expertise include paediatric audiology, adult audiology, balance and dizziness disorders, tinnitus, auditory processing disorders and noise induced hearing loss.
Jay has worked at most of the speciality and super-speciality hospitals in London including, Guy’s and St Thomas’, Great Ormond Street, Royal National, Charring Cross and ST George’s Hospital; and Harley Street, London Bridge and the Wellington Hospital. As a recognition of his audiological expertise, he was awarded ‘audiologist of the year’ by an independent charity called Kent Deaf Children’s Society in 2013.
Jay is associated with several national bodies related to audiology, which have a great influence on how the hearing healthcare services are provided in United Kingdom. He is the Professional Development Consultant for British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) which is the professional body of hearing aid audiologists in UK and has around 1600+ members. He is also a member of the prestigious national level Document Guidance Group of British Society of Audiologists (BSA). This group produces guidance and recommended procedures that are used by audiologists in the NHS and independent clinics throughout the UK. He is also a member of regulatory body’s (Health and Care Professional Council) fitness-to-practice panel formulated to investigate the malpractices of hearing aid audiologists
Mr Jindal has published several national and international publications and organises various audiology courses. He is also invited to speak on audiology topics in national and international events.
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Ear microsuction for wax for children and adults
Tinnitus assessment, information and advice
Hearing aid prescription for children and adults
Hearing assessment for children (0-16 years) and adults
Balance or dizziness assessment
Auditory processing disorder assessment for children (7-16 years) and adults
Noise protection devices, DIY plugs, swim plus, music plugs and sleep plugs for all age groups
Hearing loss prevention advice- on safe music/noise level via earphone/headphones