The services offered at the clinic are on a private basis.
The Montreal Tinnitus Clinic was founded more than ten years ago and since then, obtained a great reputation in the North American continent and even overseas for research and treatment of tinnitus, hyperacusis and balance disorders.
The basis of the success of the Montreal Tinnitus Clinic is due to a multidisciplinary team of health professionals of the highest caliber who have already proven themselves in the treatment of these problems.
ENT doctors (otolaryngologists),Audiologists, Psychologists, Neuro-scientists and our experienced technicians with the latest advanced technology will put all their knowledge and our ultra-modern equipment to serve your relief.
Tinnitus, hyperacusis, balance disorders, depressive disorders, anxiety.....
The Montreal Tinnitus Clinic, not only shares his discoveries to bring modern solutions to these diseases and disorders, but also on the lookout for the latest recognized scientific research that add new weapons to fight against these serious problems.
High frequency audiometry, tympanometry and acoustic reflex, psychoacoustic measurement of tinnitus, Tonie , Loudness (loudness match) masking threshold (Minimum Masking Level), residual inhibition, Acoustic Stimulation (SA), Magnetic Stimulation Trancrânienne repetitive (SMTr), Hearing Aid, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Electro-Stimulation touch (Brain Port), Biofeedback and neurofeedback.
Here are some of our team members who can answer your questions
Marcel Mazaltarim M.scMarcel Mazaltarim has a Master degree in Science from New York University. He has been involved in various treatment centers for addiction, anxiety and depression. He has acquired experience in the clinical field and the managing aspects of the treatment.
Marcel has also been involved with individuals and corporations for occupational and professional issues related to transitions. He has been involved with research on tinnitus and various aspects of the treatment. Marcelacts as a service coordinator at the clinic.
Jimmy Ghaziri, B.Sc.Jimmy completed a Bachelor in Psychology (University of Montreal) and performs a Masters in Neuroscience at the University of Montreal.
Neurofeedback trainer with over 7 years experience in the field, he works with a clientele with attention deficit disorder, memory problems, anxiety disorder and depressive feelings.
He completed a clinical neuropsychology internship and training Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). In addition, he has published a scientific paper on the structural changes that can bring neurofeedback training, for which he earned the price of the item of 2014 by the Foundation for Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience. He has participated in several international conferences including the Organization for for Human Brain Mapping and Society for Neuroscience
Gifty Asare - Neurofeedback and Biofeedback CoachGifty completed a Bachelor with Honours in Neuroscience (Concordia University) and is currently pursuing a Masters in Psychiatry at McGill University with Dr. Debruille using EEG and ERP to study the effect of antipsychotics on brain functions.
From May 2013 to December 2014, she was the research coordinator for Dr. Karen Li at the PERFORM center conducting research on aging, mobility and cognitive attention.
She joined the Montreal Tinnitus Clinic team in early 2015 and has completed a Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA)training. She works with clientele with attention deficit disorder, memory problems, anxiety disorder and depressive feelings.
• 2015 McGill Graduate Excellence Award
• 2014 1st Annual PERFORM Centre Research Award
• 2012 Chiarella Adopt-A-Student Bursary
• 2011 R. Howard Webster Foundation Student Athlete Award
• 2010 CIS Women's Rugby Silver medalist
• 2009 English Peer Teaching Tutor Award
Philippe Mazaltarim — Clinician in NeuromodulationPhilippe works as a clinician in the treatment of patients using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in the Montreal Neurofeedback Center as well as the Neuromodulation Unit of the McGill University Health Center (MUHC), Royal Victoria Hospital.
His expertise also extends to other treatment modalities in the neuromodulation field such as Brainport and the PoNS device (Cranial Nerve Non-Invasive Neuromodulation (CN-NINM)). His knowledge and understanding of these techniques has brought him to work with patients with vestibular impairment, thus balance and gait problems. He treated patients with neurological problems such as post-concussive symptoms due to traumatic brain injury or neurodegenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis. He serves as research assistant in several clinical trials.
Philippe is a biofeedback trainer. He studied several forms of auto regulation such as heart rate variability training, yoga breathing techniques, Soto Zen Meditation. His 30 years of experience in the practice of Martial Arts brought him the necessary tools to enhance concentration, optimise breathing, manage muscles tensions, and to control mental states. Through his practice and his title of Shihan 5th Dan, he teaches his students the art of bringing spirit to a state of peace and clarity.
Frédérick Gougeon — Hearing-aid specialistHearing-aid specialist member of the order of the hearing care professional since 2007
Frédérick helps people with hearing loss to discover what they have lost. Using the most advanced hearing technology it brings you a solution that will fit your unique lifestyle.
Do not hesitate to contact us for further information.