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Mrs Natalie Shnieder is an Audiologist at Rivers Hospital, Sawbridgeworth, Vestibular Diagnostics
Natalie is a highly skilled Clinical Audiologist and Hearing Aid Dispenser with over 17 years’ experience working in both the NHS as well as the private sector. She has a special interest in Vestibular diagnostics, having worked in a Hearing and Balance clinic in Harley Street for over 12 years. She has extensive knowledge and experience in testing both children (glue ear testing/ play audiometry) and adults as well as those patients looking for assistance dealing with Tinnitus. Natalie is an independent supplier of hearing aids and deals with a number of the world's top manufacturers. Hearing aid technology is constantly evolving, and Natalie offers the very best and latest advice on the many different types of hearing aids on the market today. She keeps up to date with the fast-moving world of Audiology by attending regular courses and training programmes in and around the UK.
Mrs Shnieder will see patients from 3.5 yrs+
Natalie studied at The University of Cape Town and the famous Groote Schuur Hospital where she gained her qualification as an Audiologist and Speech and Language Therapist. She travelled to the UK in 2001 to further her career and worked at some of the top ENT hospitals in London including the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital and the Royal Free NHS Trust. After a couple of years, she became the Chief Audiologist at The Cromwell Private Hospital in Kensington, before moving to an ENT Clinic in Harley Street where she helped to set up the Balance Centre there. Natalie has been privileged to work alongside some of top ENT Specialists in London. She started her own private practice- The Elstree Hearing Clinic- a few years ago and is extremely passionate about excellence in patient care.
Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists
Health and Care Professions Council
British Academy of Audiology
British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday (10am – 2pm)