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Hearing Assessment - Pure Tone Audiometry

Pure-tone audiometry is the key hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual. This measure involves the peripheral and central auditory systems. Pure-tone thresholds indicate the softest sound audible to an individual at least 50% of the time. Hearing sensitivity is plotted on an audiogram, which is a graph displaying intensity as a function of frequency.

Hearing Aid Trial and Fitting

A person with hearing loss which cannot be surgically or medically corrected is rehabilitated with amplification devices. Hearing aids are amplification devices which serve to amplify the acoustic signal to a level which is audible to hearing impaired listener. Hearing aids do not restore hearing ability but they boosts up the signal so that the hearing impaired listener is able to use up his residual hearing to hear the amplified signal.

Hearing Aid Repair/ Mould

Ear moulds are end point attachments to the hearing aids which sit behind the ear. Moulds are preferred over the traditional tips because of their precise fitting inside the ear thus ensuring that the sound doesn’t leak out. Moreover, due to the precise size & fitting within the ear, these are very comforter able for the user and they negate any chances of discomfort or pain due to the use of hearing aids.

Voice Therapy

Voice therapy encompasses a myriad of techniques employed in the management of voice disorders or for improvement of the human voice for the purpose of singing or acting, or for achieving a specific gender intonation. It is provided by speech-language pathologists or voice coaches. The two types of voice characteristics include voice feminization and voice masculinization.

Speech Therapy

Speech or language impairment means a communication disorder with various problems related to this like : articulation problem,fluency or resonance problem etc. Speech therapists help patients with spoken and written language problems, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and auditory processing disorder.