April 21, 2016

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The clinical evaluation of an individual’s hearing capability is established through audiometric testing. A hearing instrument specialist or an audiologist are qualified to perform this diagnostic audiometric test.

To have an audiometric test administered, you can visit The Canadian Hearing Institute, local to Leamington, where  our staff are fully trained to perform the test and evaluate the results, then provide a complete test analysis. Our staff will advise you as to the need of hearing enhancement care and how often you will be required to visit our local to Leamington hearing clinic, based on your audiometric test results.

Why should I have an audiometric test?

You don’t need to see yourself as a candidate for hearing aids, to have an audiometric test performed at our local to Leamington clinic. The benefits of routine audiometric testing are in spotting problems early, and protecting your future hearing. An audiometric test can establish the extent of your hearing ability, and  diagnose, treat, and monitor multiple conditions of the ear.

Hearing problems do occur more frequently as we age, but are not exclusive to the elderly. Statistics show that 30% of those over the age of 65, and 50% of those over the age of 75 experience hearing loss. Young people can also experience deafness through medical conditions such as a ruptured ear drum, tumors or infections.

Call The Canadian Hearing Institute to book audiometric testing today!

If it’s time for you to have your hearing health examined, and you are local to Leamington, you can drop by our state of the art hearing clinic today, for complete audiometric testing to assess the current state of your hearing.

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