Southampton qualification was broadly based around the clinical
investigation of hearing and balance disorders. This promoted
my acceptance of clinical positions in hospitals in New Zealand;
Melbourne and then at Sir Charles Gairdner.
In that time, there have been many advances in the realm of auditory
investigations from other sources such as PET (positron emission
tomography) and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). To counter that,
the range and complexity of hearing aids and their fitting has
have the benefits of a background in diagnostics and a desire
to try and keep up to date with the current developments in hearing
aid technology so that I can offer the best counsel to patients
needing answers to their hearing problems.