Do you have a hearing loss?
We recommend you book a free consultation with a hearing health professional to determine if this problem is temporary or permanent.
If you answer YES to any of the following questions,
you may have a hearing problem.
When you watch TV with other people, do you need to increase the volume louder than they would need in order to hear what is said?
Do you often ask people to repeat what they just told you?
Do you often feel that people mumble or don’t speak clearly?
Do you often find it difficult to hear a conversation when there is ambient noise or other people talking?
Have the people around you ever asked you if you had hearing problems?
Do you often misinterpret what is said during a conversation in a noisy place?
Do you often have trouble understanding what people say when you do not have eye contact with them?
Do you need to be seated close to the speaker at meetings or at the table to be able to understand what is being said?
Do you feel stressed or tired when you have to listen for long periods?
The sound tests help ensure that their frequencies are amplified by the specific needs of the user.
Middle ear testing, the mechanical function of the hearing system (tympanometry).
The patient gives a response when he/she hears a pure tone.
The audiologist interprets and explains the findings of hearing thresholds and suggests different options tailored to the patient’s needs.