Mr Javier Moraleda is a highly esteemed and vastly experienced consultant ear, nose and throat surgeon who currently practices at the London-based University Hospital Lewisham in South East London. He specialises in conditions such as vertigo, tinnitus, hearing loss, middle ear surgery, as well as dizziness, but to mention a few.
He has associated specialist links with audio vestibular medicine as well as vestibular rehabilitation thereby offering a multidisciplinary approach to patients suffering from dizziness. Impressively, Mr Moraleda boasts being one of the first adaptors of minimally invasive endoscopic ear surgery, avoiding the morbidity of the non-endoscopic approaches in the process.
Mr Moraleda possesses a substantial amount of experience in relation to chronic ear disease surgery and middle ear reconstruction including otosclerosis, both of which he performs on a regular basis. Ear pressure and eustachian tube dysfunction are both current interests of his, and he has a particularly keen interest when it comes to implementing new tools such as balloon dilatation of the eustachian tube for the treatment of this specific pathology.
He successfully completed his specialist medical training in problems related to the ear. To-date, he has visited several internationally renowned hospitals such as Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and completed two Fellowships in the UK, in Neurotology at the University Hospital Hallamshire (Sheffield) as well as in Skull Base Ear Surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' (London) respectively.
Mr Moraleda obtained a PhD specifically focusing on research into stem cells of the middle ear and has conducted a vast amount of research on bone conduction hearing aids, something on which he has lectured and written extensively, both nationally and internationally.