May 4, 2023

On hand to assist in improving hearing loss, we are committed to serving Pain Court residents. Our in person hearing tests can be scheduled at any one of our locations by calling 519.352.1601, or you can try our convenient online hearing test.

Hearing loss is often categorized in the three following ways:

Conductive Hearing Loss From Blockages

If there is a disruption to the sound’s path along its travel from the outer/middle ear to the inner ear it can be categorized as conduction hearing loss. Often experienced when an obstruction is in the ear canal, this hearing loss occurs when sound is prevented from reaching the ear drum. Among treatments for conductive hearing loss are: medical treatments, ear wax removal, and even surgical treatments, all provided to residents of Pain Court within our advanced hearing clinics.

Often Occurring Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Among the three types of hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss (or sensorineural deafness) is most often occurring. Sounds start to become difficult to hear with sensorineural hearing loss, and it can start to make it seem like others are mumbling or their voices are distorted. Among the causes for sensorineural hearing loss are the natural aging process and excessive exposure to noise. To treat this type of hearing loss hearing aids are a common device, which can be selected and conveniently installed at one of our hearing clinics found near the Pain Court area.

Additional Hearing Loss Types

From the loss of frequency, whether high or low sound frequencies, to hearing loss impacting a single ear, your first step towards hearing hearing is to schedule your hearing test to determine the cause of your hearing loss and possible treatments.

Our expert hearing care technicians are dedicated to assisting you, fully trained to deliver your test and evaluate the results so you receive a detailed analysis and treatment options.

If you’re local to Pain Court or the surrounding area, we can assist! – schedule your hearing test online, or book an in-person hearing test by phoning us at 519.352.1601.

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