Hearing Loss

A Grandchild’s first words, the rustle of leaves in the wind, whispered secrets from a best friend – these are examples of special moments in time. Hearing enables us to understand people and interact with the world around us – something that most people take for granted. All of these pleasurable experiences can be taken away with hearing loss.

Hearing loss has a strong influence on human well-being and quality of life. It can reduce a person’s ability to converse with others, often beginning with misinterpreting what is said or asking others to repeat themselves. Some people may become anxious and withdraw from social gatherings as their self-confidence is reduced.

Hearing loss is not something to be taken lightly. Life is short, so it is important to take action sooner rather than later.

How Good is Your Hearing?

A hearing test is the best way to assess your hearing ability. A full diagnostic test involves headphone testing, bone conduction, speech audiometry, speech in noise testing and immittance (middle ear check), followed by an in-depth discussion about your results. We can advise you of any actions required following your test.