About Dr Gladys Sanda

Clinical Doctor of Audiology


Sub-specialties: Hearing Therapy, Tinnitus, Wax Removal, Microsuction, Hearing Aids, Hearing, Audiology, Ear Nose and Throat.


Bookings: bookings.ent@onewelbeck.com

Tel: 020 3653 2007

Areas of Expertise

Dr Gladys Sanda performs a range of diagnostics, including:

About Dr Gladys Sanda

Dr Gladys Sanda is a Clinical Doctor of Audiology here at OneWelbeck Ear, Nose and Throat. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), with over 10 years’ of experience assessing and managing patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis using cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, relaxation techniques, and hearing amplification. She has worked and managed prestigious clinics on Harley Street, as well as being a Clinical Director of a private audiology company in Essex managing 13 practices, and published papers in international journals, as well as writing book chapters and magazine articles.


Additional Information


  • Health and Care Professions Council (HAD03003)
  • British Academy of Audiology

Clinical Posts:

  • Doctor of Audiology specialising in Hearing Therapy

Patient Testimonials: 

"When I met Gladys, I had severe hyperacusis and very troublesome tinnitus. My journey through the NHS had led to no answers and Gladys was a beacon of light. Her knowledge of my problems was outstanding and instantly put me on a path of recovery. She has helped me along the way to finally being hyperacusis free and habituated to my tinnitus. I have furthermore referred people I know with similar problems to Gladys for help. I would highly recommend anyone with a hearing problem to talk to Gladys."

"I really struggled with tinnitus and didn’t understand what was happening to me. I now have a greater understanding and knowledge which has helped me manage the tinnitus. Dr. Akinseye was very helpful and offered great support and understanding."

Research Highlights

  • Akinseye GA, Dickinson AM, Munro KJ. Is non-linear frequency compression amplification beneficial to adults and children with hearing loss? A systematic review. Int J Audiol. 2018 Apr;57(4):262-273. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1420255. Epub 2018 Jan 3. PMID: 29298522.
  • Akinseye, G. (2023). Hearing Health. In T. Embleton, Touring and Mental Health: The Music Industry Manual (pp. 441-456). London: Omnibus Press.