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We are all about hearing loss, hearing aids, hearing health and personal hearing journeys. Our hearing plays an important role in how we relate to our surroundings. It facilitates the forming of relationships and opens up a wealth of sensory experiences. It is also very complex and extremely sensitive.

So let’s give it the attention it deserves …


Detecting Hearing Loss

If you or someone you know might have a hearing loss, you are not alone. Get the basic facts about the symptoms and diagnosing of hearing loss from our experts.


Understanding the Diagnosis

We help you understand the degree and the seriousness of hearing loss. Hearing loss is classified as – Slight, Mild, Moderate, Moderately Severe, Severe and Profound


Take Corrective Action

Hearing Aid adoption and satisfaction only increases when an audiologist following best practices is involved in the process of counselling and therapy.

How Hearing Works:

The ear is an amazing and incredibly skilled organ that performs the wonderful and highly complex task of hearing. It can distinguish between 7,000 different pitches and enables the brain to locate sound sources.

The human ear consists of three parts – the outer, middle, and inner ear.

Outer ear: The outer ear picks up sound and transmits it to the eardrum via the ear canal.

Middle ear: Sound waves cause the eardrum to vibrate. The ossicles, called malleus, incus, and stapes, pass the vibration on to the inner ear.

Inner ear: The cochlea converts movements of the ossicles into electrical signals. The auditory nerve transmits the signals to the brain.