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Hearing Test & Consultation

A hearing test often comprises of a number of different examinations which can help to determine whether or not a person is suffering from hearing loss, and to what extent.  In many cases, the examinations may also determine the causes of the hearing loss.
Hearing Test & Consultation

Step 1: Case History

We begin by asking you some questions relating to your hearing problems, e.g. if you have been subjected to loud noise, or if other people in your family suffer from hearing impairment, or if you have had a history of ear conditions or operations. Your answers may help to determine the extent of your problem and uncover specific areas which may require further attention.

Case History


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