April 21, 2022


There are times when an audiometric test is required to provide a clinical evaluation of an individual’s hearing capability. An audiometric test is performed by a hearing instrument specialist or an audiologist, both are qualified to do this diagnostic examination.

To assess your hearing with an audiometric test at The Canadian Hearing Institute, local to Belle River, our fully trained staff will administer the test and evaluate the results. You will be given a detailed analysis of your audiometric testing, and our staff will advise you of suggested hearing enhancement care, based on your results.  We may also recommend routine visits to our local to Belle River hearing clinic, if needed.

Why book an appointment for an audiometric test?

Audiometric testing on a regular basis, at our local to Belle River clinic, can help you spot problems early and even protect your hearing in the future. An audiometric test can help identify, diagnose, treat, and monitor multiple conditions of the ear. Audiometric testing can be beneficial, even if you don’t believe that you’re a candidate for hearing aids.

Although age is the primary cause of hearing loss, there are other causes such as loud noise, infections, tumors, a ruptured eardrum or an accumulation of excessive earwax in the ear canal. It is estimated that more than 30 percent of people aged between 65 and 75 suffer from hearing loss to some extent.

Learn more about audiometric testing by calling today!

If you are concerned about your hearing, and are local to Belle River, drop by or call our up to date hearing clinic today, for a thorough audiometric test to assess your hearing health.

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