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Ms Elizabeth A Adesugba

Consultant Audiologist


Practices at: BMI The Manor Hospital

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Ms Elizabeth Adesugba is a highly qualified Consultant Audiologist with over 13 years’ experience in private and NHS audiological care.

Ms Adesugba has a particular interests in vestibular / balance disorder and tinnitus management. She is a hearing and balance specialist and provides the latest technology assessment and treatment strategies in hearing and vestibular testing.

She trained at the Royal National Throat and Ear Hospital (RNTNE) for 4 years and proceeded to study for a further 2 years to obtain a clinical doctorate in Audiology with Nova Southeastern University Florida. 

Ms Adesugba has worked in a number of private and NHS departments including the Cromwell Hospital, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS trusts over the years and founded her private audiology practice, Jovon Hearing Limited, in 2009.

She serves as an expert witness in audiology and lectures in Middlesex university teaching topics such as Anatomy and Physiology, Audiology and NHS Professions.

She loves music and sings in a gospel choir at the weekends.

Elizabeth Adesugba graduated with a first-class honours degree from Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital (RNTNE), University College London (UCL).

Her qualifications ensure that she is one of the highest qualified dispensers in the country. She is Founder and Managing Director of Jovon Hearing Limited and a council member of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA).

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Ms Adesugba is passionate about and highly skilled in Balance Assessments and Rehabilitation as well as Hearing Aid Fittings. She is trained in musician, occupational and general hearing protection.

She also has a particular interest in Tinnitus Management and is keen to see people being managed appropriately for this as she notes there is evidence-based help for this condition.

She offers treatments including:

  • Hearing aid fittings
  • Musician/hearing protection
  • Tinnitus assessment and management
  • Wax removal
  • Hearing tests
  • Counselling on hearing issues and routine audiological duties
  • Vestibular/balance assessments and vestibular rehabilitation
  • Hearing Protection including Earplugs for swimming, sleeping, musicians and people exposed to loud noises

Research Interests: Ms Adesugba's research interests include vestibular rehabilitation and optimum hearing aid fittings

  • British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA)
  • British Academy of Audiology (BAA)

Ms Adesugba teaches topics inlcuding Anatomy and Physiology, Audiology and NHS Professions at Middlesex University.

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