Diagnostic Audiology

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Adult & Geriatric Audiology

Age-related hearing loss, comes on gradually as a person gets older. It may be genetic and can occur because of changes in the inner ear and auditory nerve.
Practices offering Adult & Geriatric Audiology

Auditory Evoked Potentials

Auditory evoked potentials are a method of assessing a person's condition of vestibular function when they are unable to respond on their own or when further testing is required.  It is a non-invasive method of assessing and diagnosing babies and infants.
Practices offering Auditory Evoked Potentials

Auditory Processing Disorder

Auditory processing disorder is a deficit in a person’s ability to internally process and/or comprehend sounds. It is when the brain doesn’t “hear” sounds in the usual way.
Practices offering Auditory Processing Disorder

Aural Rehabilitation

Aural rehabilitation is the process of providing different types of therapies to patients who are hearing impaired to aid them to manage their hearing abilities and coping strategies.
Practices offering Aural Rehabilitations

Cochlear Implants

A cochlear implant is a small, complex implantable, electronic device that is recommended for and used by those who have benefit from conventional hearing aids.
Practices offering Cochlear Implants

Hearing Loss Matters

The Road to Independence Model includes a Protocol for identifying and supporting the functional needs of the post-lingual deaf and/or hearing impaired adult. This project is unique and authentically South African.
Practices offering Hearing Loss Matters & SASL

Hearing Aids & Assistive Listening Devices

Hearing aids are small electronic devices that help people with many types of hearing loss to hear better in daily life.  There is a wide variety of hearing aid technologies and manufacturers.  Visit our Partner page for more information about their products.
Practices offering Hearing Aids & Assistive Devices

Industrial Audiology

Industrial audiology refers to hearing checks for workers/employees who are regularly exposed to harmful levels of noise in their work environment. Your independent audiologist is able to guide and advise you on devices that will assist in preventing noise-induced hearing loss or reducing the exposure to noise.
Practices offering Industrial Audiology

Newborn Screening

The purpose of newborn hearing screening is to identify those who have hearing loss and who may require further evaluation.
Practices offering Neonatal Screening

Paediatric Audiology

Paediatric audiology refers to a branch of diagnostic audiology that assesses and diagnoses neonates, toddlers, and children who are up to 12 years old with hearing or balance related challenges.
Practices offering Paediatric Audiology

Tinnitus and Misophonia - Assessment and Management

Misophonia is an irrational emotional response to certain sounds such as dripping water, chewing, snapping gum or repetitive noises. People with misophonia can become irritated or enraged when they hear these sounds.

Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears.  The noise you hear when you have tinnitus isn't caused by an external sound and other people can't hear it.  Tinnitus is a common problem and affects 15%-20% of people, being more common in older adults.

Practices offering Tinnitus and Misophonia Assessment & Management

Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation

Vestibular issues are related to the inner ear and may cause a person to experience symptoms such as as vertigo, dizziness, imbalance, nausea and vomiting.
Practices offering Vestibular Assessment & Rehabilitation