May 4, 2023

Serving residents in Rodney and beyond, we are ready to assist in improving hearing loss. Our online hearing test is available to you, or you can reach us at 519.352.1601 to schedule your in-person hearing test at one of our locations.

When dealing with hearing loss, it can be defined in three different ways:

Treating Conductive Hearing Loss

When a disruption occurs to the sound’s path travelling from the outer/middle ear to the inner ear it is defined as conductive hearing loss. Also caused when there is a blockage in the ear canal, such as ear wax or liquid, this type of hearing loss prevents sound from reaching the ear drum. We provide a range of treatments for conductive hearing loss to Rodney residents, including ear wax removal, medical treatments, and surgical treatments, all within our state of the art hearing clinics.

Distorting Sensorineural Hearing Loss

As the most frequently experienced type of hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss (or sensorineural deafness) can make sounds unclear or hard to understand. This type of hearing loss makes conversations difficult as it can sound like others are mumbling or that their voices are distorted. The natural aging process is often the cause of sensorineural hearing loss, though it can be experienced due to excessive exposure to noise. This kind of hearing loss is commonly treated with hearing aids, which we provide and install within one of our hearing clinics near the Rodney area.

Other Types Of Hearing Loss Classified

Your hearing loss could be experienced in just one ear, or you could be impacted by the loss of high or low sound frequencies. Make your hearing health a priority, regardless of the kind of hearing loss you’re experiencing, and book a hearing test.

Ready to deliver an accurate analysis of your hearing loss along with treatment options, our fully trained hearing care technicians are experts in delivering efficient hearing tests.

If you suspect you have hearing loss and are local to Rodney, we are on hand to help! – visit us online to book your hearing test, or phone 519.352.1601 and schedule your in-person hearing test.

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