HearClear Audiology w as established in 2011 in Adelaide by university qualified audiologists...
If you or a loved one is experiencing difficulty with clarity of speech, hearing in social situations or constantly asking 'What?', 'Pardon?', 'could you please repeat that?', or simply giving answers that do not relate to the question - these are common signs of hearing loss. We recommend you come to see one of our university qualified audiologists for a Comprehensive Hearing Test (no out of pocket expense).
At HearClear Audiology everyone receives professional and unbiased advice. Our audiologists have access to the latest devices from around the world and supply, fit and service all reputable brands including; Oticon, Widex, Phonak, Siemens, Starkey, GN Resound, Unitron, Sonic, Bernafon and more.
Professionalism cannot be measured by price or features; the clinician knows what they are doing or they do not. Also, keep in mind that a hearing aid fitting is a process, not an event. Good results take time and patience and the settings that work for you initially might not be ideal as time goes on. This is where HearClear Audiology differs from many other hearing clinics as we provide an individualised program, an obligation free trial on any suitable hearing aids and ongoing service to ensure everyone receives the highest performance achievable by their devices, now and in the future.
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Are you concerned that you’re not hearing as well as you used to? There are several signs of hearing loss that you should act on quickly. While age-induced hearing loss is natural and unavoidable, noise-induced hearing loss can at least be slowed down by being aware of the dangers and taking proper precautions. Here are some signs that you may need a hearing test:
If any of the above apply to you, it’s definitely worth booking a hearing test. At HearClear Audiology, we offer free hearing tests for people over 21, so we encourage you to give us a call and make a booking today.
As your local Adelaide Audiologists, we do a whole lot more than just selling hearing aids. The fact is, not all hearing loss requires a hearing aid immediately. At HearClear Audiology, we offer a personalised service that gives you honest advice every time. If we don’t believe you need a hearing aid yet, we won’t try to sell you one.
There are other ways to improve your hearing health, and our team works with you to determine the most appropriate treatment for your individual circumstances. So, for hearing tests, advice, treatment plans, referrals and of course, hearing aids when you need them, we’re the team you can count on.
If you’re experiencing hearing loss, or you’re concerned for a friend or family member, we’re here to help. Our audiologists in Adelaide are available to assist with hearing tests, consultations, hearing aids and advice on how to best look after your hearing. With a passion for ensuring that hearing loss doesn’t overtake our patients’ lives, our audiologists have a reputation for excellent, and importantly, personalised service every time.
When you visit HearClear Audiology, it’s all about you.
There are three main types of hearing loss, so when you visit an audiologist in Adelaide, you’ll be tested to determine first if you have hearing loss, and secondly the type. Understanding the different types informs the type of treatment you may require. The three main types of hearing loss are:
Conductive: Sound is blocked at the outer or middle ear. This type may be temporary, and an audiologist can recommend the required treatment methods.
Sensorineural: With sensorineural hearing loss, there is likely to be damage to your inner ear hair cells or hearing nerve. As such, the nerves aren’t able to send complete signals to the brain.
Mixed: This is a combination of both hearing loss types.
The level of hearing loss can vary depending on the severity of your issue. Some hearing loss is treatable, particularly conductive hearing loss. This is one of the main reasons you should book a free hearing test with HearClear Audiology even if you’re only slightly concerned about diminished hearing.
Hearing loss can be caused by a range of different factors, however, some of them are very preventable. The two main causes of hearing loss are:
Noise: When exposed to extremely loud noise for an unsafe amount of time, hearing can be damaged. In addition, noise-induced hearing loss can occur when people are exposed to noise for an extended period of time, even if the noise might be considered reasonable in small amounts. Noise-related hearing loss is largely preventable by using appropriate noise protection when being exposed to noise.
Age: Unfortunately, age-induced hearing loss is not preventable. Even if you take excellent care of your ears, you can still be susceptible to age-related hearing loss. This type of loss occurs because just like all parts of the body, our ears age over time. Natural deterioration of the hair cells in the inner ear is responsible for hearing loss, and the process can occur rapidly or over a long period of time.
In both cases, hearing is not a regenerative function of the body. Once hearing loss occurs, it can’t be repaired, which is why it’s so important to take care of your ears. Fortunately, your audiologist can help you deal with hearing loss in the most appropriate way, whether it is noise or age-induced.
When you’re dealing with something as important as your hearing, you need to deal with specialists you can trust. That’s why the team of Adelaide audiologists at HearClear Audiology are committed to delivering the best treatment. Often, the best treatment involves hearing aids, and we’re extremely particular about the brands we deal with.
Our team only recommends the brands and types of hearing aids that they would use themselves. There are several different types of hearing aids available, and we’ll work to determine the best ones for your individual needs and budget.
Hearing is one of our major senses and is important for so many parts of our lives. From communicating with others to enjoying various forms of entertainment, we constantly use hearing every day of the week. Unfortunately, many forms of hearing loss are irreversible, which is why it’s so crucial that you maintain good hearing health. If you have even the smallest concerns about diminished hearing ability, we recommend booking a free hearing test. From there, we can provide advice, treatment and hearing solutions depending on the severity of your hearing loss.
At HearClear Audiology, we believe there is a significant difference between cheap hearing aids and budget-appropriate hearing aids. We work with the best manufacturers to ensure you always have access to the most reliable hearing devices. But that doesn’t mean all of our products are the most expensive on the market.
We appreciate that everybody has budget constraints, which is why we offer a range of solutions depending on your circumstances. All of our hearing aids in Adelaide are hand-picked, whether it’s a top-of-the-line solution or a budget option.