Bushra Kassouma

Bushra Kassouma is an experienced clinical audiologist with years of experience working in both Dubai and Syria. Bushra earned her Masters at Queen Margaret University (UK) in Rehabilitative Audiology, and her BSc in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology at Amman Ahliyya University (Jordon) is passionate about a comprehensive, holistic approach to audiology. Her clinical interests, in addition to comprehensive hearing and tinnitus assessments, include creating individualized management plans for individuals with hearing impairment and supervising their implementation, raising community awareness regarding hearing loss and the importance of early intervention, fitting individuals with the appropriate technology, and connecting with other professionals to provide a holistic approach to hearing health.

Spoken Languages : Arabic, English
Types of Physician : Full-time
DHA License : Specialist Audiologist
Branches : American Hospital Dubai
American Hospital Jumeirah Clinic

Credentials:

  • Masters in Rehabilitative Audiology, Queen Margaret University, United Kingdom,
  • BSc in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Amman Ahliyya University, Jordon,

Professional Experience:

  • Audiolologist, DMPC, UAE,
  • Audiologist, hearLIFE Clinic, UAE,
  • Clinical Specialist, MED-EL Middle East, UAE,
  • Audiologist and Clinical Manager, Tawasul Speech and Hearing Center, Syria,
  • Audiologist and Head of Hearing Program, AAMAL Syrian Organization of the Disabled, Syria,
  • Audiologist, Dr. Kassouma Clinic, Syria,

Clinical Expertise & Services Offered:

  • Comprehensive hearing evaluations for pediatrics and adults, including electrophysiological testing (Oto-Acoustic Emissions, Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR), Auditory Steady-State Response (ASSR), and other electrophysiological tests
  • Assessment of tinnitus and Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
  • Hearing aid and cochlear implant fitting
  • Individual Management Planning (IMP) is tailored for individuals with hearing impairments
  • Hearing Screening for newborns and school-aged children