Our Hearing Care Services

We offer many hearing services, including Hearing Aid Fitting, Hearing Testing, and Tinnitus Treatment. If you or a loved one worry they may be experiencing the start of hearing loss, schedule a free hearing test with one of our qualified professionals today.

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OUR SERVICES

Hearing Clinic was established in 1998 under a team of professionals. We offer services to the hearing impaired and deaf people to hear better and serving to mankind.Hearing Clinic offers the services on very competitive rates from the market.

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Puretone audiometry
Speech audiometry
Behavioral Hearing tests
Acoustic admittance measurements
Otoacoustic emissions
Evoked response audiometry
New born screening
Pre-employment screening
School screening service
Industrial screening

HEARING EVALUATIONS

Accurate assessments of your hearing today
On your first visit, the audiologist will take your case history. This includes talking about your medical history and the hearing problems you have.
Next, the audiologist will look into your ears using a light, called an otoscope. This is to check if there is anything in your ear that will make it hard to test your hearing.
The audiologist will then do different tests to find out the following information:

  • If you have a hearing loss
  • Why you have a hearing loss
  • How bad your hearing loss is in each ear
  • What the best treatment options are for you

Your audiologist will go over all of your test results with you. This will tell you about how well you hear and what problems you have. Your audiologist may recommend that you do any of the following things:

  • Do more testing or see a doctor to look into some of the problems you have.
  • Begin using a hearing aid.
  • Get help with hearing at school.
  • Try using assistive listening devices.
  • Work on hearing skills with an audiologist.
  • Have your speech and language tested.

As you can see, a hearing evaluation is much more than “just a hearing test!”


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Full assessment of hearing-loss
Hearing aid fitting, evaluation and verification
Independent, unbiased advice(Not tied to any manufacturer)
Widest range of instruments
White noise generatous (Tinnitus Maskers)
Real ear Measurement facilities
Extensive after-care service

HEARING AIDS

We offer the best hearing aid technologies

The ears serve a lot more functions than you might realise at first. They are fundamental in assimilating speech, music and sounds, and they are used for orientation and localisation. You only have to close your eyes and concentrate fully on your ears and you’ll soon notice that directional hearing is an invaluable orienting guide.

All in all, unimpaired hearing enriches your life all the time everywhere you go, allowing you a greater range of experiences and above all making you safer. The principle behind the hearing process is as follows:

The concha captures external sounds in the form of sound waves. From there, they are funnelled through the auditory canal to the eardrum. Sound is transmitted via the eardrum to the ossicles in the middle ear (called hammer, anvil and stirrup because of their shapes) and from there to the inner ear. In the inner ear, also called the cochlea from the Greek for snail or screw because of its spiral shape, hair cells convert the sound vibrations into electrical impulses. Auditory nerves carry the impulses to the brain which then identifies the sounds as music, a dog’s bark, rushing water, bells chiming, speech, etc.

A non-binding hearing test with a hearing system specialist can provide you with free and fast information about your personal hearing.


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Pre implant assessment & counseling
Promontory electrical stimulation
Diagnostic Habilitation
Mapping
Long term assessment, rehabilitation & maintenance

Cochlear Implant

An electronic medical device that provides a sense of sound

The primary indication for cochlear implant is sever to profound sensorineural hearing loss that is not adequately addressed by hearing aids.

For adult postlingually deaf candidates, indication is defined by bilateral severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss with no benefit for speech perception with the use of hearing aids. Prelingually deaf adult candidates can qualify for cochlear implants; however, counseling should be integrated to aid the candidates to the realistic expectation for speech perception with cochlear implants.

Children as young as 12 months old with bilateral severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss are qualified candidates for cochlear implant.

The use of auditory brainstem response (ABR) and otoacoustic emission (OAE) testing will yield objective testing to determine candidacy in young children.

Whether children or adult, the successful outcome of cochlear implants are determined by multiple factors including duration of deafness, cause of deafness, age at first onset of deafness, age at implantation, duration of use of implant, learning ability, dedication and learning support structure, health of cochlea and cooperation of the user to adapt to the implant.

Candidates should also have a support team composed of the surgeon, audiologist, speech therapist and psychologist to work together prior to and following the implantation.

Speech and sound rehabilitation is critical to the successful outcome of sound and speech perception with a cochlear implant; therefore, candidates must be committed to a long term rehabilitation effort.


Tinnitus

Tinnitus can be debilitating, but relief is possible with Hearing Clinic Tinnitus Solutions

How long have you had the noise in your ear already?

• less than 1 hour, at least once a week
This can be a forewarning. General causes for it are often stress, muscle tension and a lack of sleep. The most important thing to do in this situation is not to get into a state of panic about it. For this may often lead to a worsening of the condition. Therefore, for the time being, analyse your daily routine and try to reduce your stress factors and relax your muscle tension. Daily meditation would be recommended.
• more than 1 hour, more than once a week
One suspects an acute tinnitus here. Specific causes might be noise trauma (shots, loud music), a previous illness or abnormal blood pressure. The last chance to treat tinnitus at little expense. At this point one must act immediately. Less stress, enough sleep, relaxation of tension, drinking enough water, finding a balance (work, family, leisure, sports). A daily 30-minute sound therapy procedure therapy is very recommended here. If immediate measures are taken, such as soft laser treatment, an acute tinnitus can be treated within three months time.
• constant, less than a year
At this stage, so-called subacute tinnitus, many attempts have usually been undertaken already. Often with little success. At this stage holistic treatment is recommended, which should be carried out promptly. Once tinnitus become chronic, the chances of a cure are decreased. Soft laser treatment and sound- and neurostimulation should be carried out at the same time. For sleep disturbances the treatment should also be expanded to include sleep therapy.
• constant, already longer than a year
One is speaking of a chronic tinnitus here. It is possible that you have already lost the zest for life and hope of recovery. The chance of 100% recovery is less at this stage, however, not impossible. There are still opportunities available for the reduction of the tinnitus noise, e.g., soft laser treatment. There are new, promising methods available, primarily for the improvement of the quality of life, such as sound- and neurostimulation, sleep therapy and nature sound masking.
What kind of noise do you hear?
With our hearing test, you can establish at which frequency the noise in your ear is ringing. Then we can offer you an individualised form of sound and neurological therapy can be created for the blocking of the tinnitus noise or specifically as a sleep aid for sleep disturbances also.

Health is the most important thing you have in life!

Contact us now to schedule an appointment.