About Murray Hearing
Ian Murray BA, HIS, AHIP, HIS has been in practice as a Hearing Instrument Specialist for over 25 years. In an effort to expand his effectiveness, he has added an accreditation from the Jastreboff Hearing Disorders Foundation, for the treatment of tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia.
Ian has earned an excellent reputation with those who have simply walked in, to the over a dozen Retirement Residences’ Directors of Care, and physicians who regularly refer for testing and ear canal debridement (cleaning.) Ian also offers his professional experience for industry and colleagues, having published articles in both hearing and dental journals, and as an adjunct lecturer at a school for Sound Engineers and Recording Studio/Audio technicians.
As a Hearing Instrument Specialist, he provides quality care in, and offers:
Hearing testing, fitting of hearing aids and related technologies.
Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT), for the reduction of non-organic hearing problems, such as tinnitus, misophonia, and hyperacusis, and all with a 94% success rate.
Specialized ear canal debridement (cleaning) protocols, such as curettage and micro-suction, which are not commonly offered at most other hearing practices, nor in Family Medicine offices.
The advantages of being associated with Dr. Winsion Chow, Otorhinolaryngology (ENT).
Customized hearing protection for musicians, law enforcement, and range/sport-shooting and hunters.
Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA)
Brigette Barber BA, CDA
Brigette’s brings to Murray Hearing her keen interest in aural rehabilitation, focusing on the link between hearing aid use and the ability to maximize their usefulness for communication. She will also focus on the needs of patients with communication difficulties which cannot be solved by hearing aid use alone. In pursuit of these areas of concern, she holds both a degree in Psychology, from Wilfrid Laurier University, in Waterloo, Ontario, and a diploma in Communicative Disorders, from Georgian College, in Barrie, Ontario.