Tinnitus, Hyperacusis and Hearing Information Show

“The Best Advice and Information I’ve ever had on the treatment of Tinnitus.” Manchester Roadshow 11th May Attendee

Tinnitus, Hyperacusis and Hearing Information Show

THIS 24 is Supported by

Invizear

THIS 24 is Supported by

Invizear

“Our Clinic Is in Glasgow, but our patients come from around the UK and beyond.”

Join national clinicians at THIS 24 for a day filled with information, support, and resources for treating and managing tinnitus.

About THIS event

Tinnitus is a common medical condition estimated to affect 10-15% of the global population. Mild cases are often self-manageable, but severe instances can lead to significant stress, profoundly affecting one’s quality of life and mental health.

Drawing from decades of clinical experience, specialists Alan Hopkirk and Peter Byrom will share their expertise with a broader audience by offering valuable information, support, and resources for managing and therapies to treat this often misunderstood condition.
Our upcoming event, supporting Mental Health Awareness Week, will feature an interactive workshop exploring the nature of tinnitus, its origins, and options for treatment and management.
We have spent considerable time designing the day to be accessible and have distilled our content into a two-hour expert session, including audience interaction, to inform and inspire you to take action for treatment. The clinicians will also offer on-site tinnitus consultations before and after the presentation on a first-come, first-served basis, offering a truly individual experience.
You can choose either a morning or afternoon session.
Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed or have been living with tinnitus for years, this event is tailored for you. Engage with experts, benefit from guest speakers’ insights, and uncover novel coping and treatment strategies. Join us to connect with fellow individuals who understand your journey and find encouragement for the road ahead. We look forward to seeing you there!

About The Presenters

Alan Hopkirk

Alan Hopkirk is a vastly experienced audiologist with 25 years of expertise in tinnitus treatment. Alan’s approach, grounded in the Jastreboff Neurophysiological Model, TRT and compassionate, holistic methodology, has made significant strides in the field. As the founder of a regional Tinnitus UK Support Group and organiser of the annual Tinnitus and Hearing Information Shows (THIS), Alan brings invaluable insights and advancements to the public. His work extends beyond traditional settings, embracing technology to offer live online support groups and telehealth services for tinnitus and hyperacusis patients worldwide. Alan’s commitment to research and continuous learning ensures his treatments remain at the forefront of the field, making a profound difference in the lives of those he helps.

Peter Byrom

Peter Byrom is a distinguished audiologist with a rich NHS and private practice background. Peter embarked on his audiology career through traditional pathways, acquiring a comprehensive education with a Bachelor of Healthcare Science degree from the University of Leeds and a Master of Science in Advanced Practice. With a career beginning in NHS clinics across Sheffield and culminating as the clinical lead for adult audiology services at Rotherham Foundation NHS Trust, Peter has dedicated his expertise to advancing tinnitus research and treatment. His notable contributions include presenting his research at the International Tinnitus Seminar in Berlin and serving on the British Tinnitus Association Professional Advisory Committee.

Christy Reynolds

Christy Reynolds is a standout Clinical Support Specialist at Neuromod with a deep-rooted passion for audiology. With a background as a Senior Clinical Audiologist and extensive experience in South Africa and Ireland, Christy’s expertise is invaluable. Since joining Neuromod in 2019, she’s been dedicated to offering innovative treatments for tinnitus, driven by values of excellence and empathy.