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  • 1 Puretone Audiometery
  • 2 Impedance Audiometery
  • 3 Otoacoustic Emissions
  • 4 Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometery
  • 5 Hearing Aid TriaL
  • 5 Counselling
  • 5 Nayak's Clinic
  • 5 Speech Therapy
  • 1BTE - Hearing aid
  • 2CI C- Hearing aid
  • 3 ITC - Hearing aid
  • 4 ITE - Hearing aid
  • 5 Open Fit - Hearing aid
  • 6 RIC - Hearing aid

Untreated hearing loss can affect quality of your life

Hearing loss can filter out the countless sound experiences that give meaning to life. Hearing impaired persons misses out on many things from missing key information in business meetings to numerous bounties of life. Hearing loss can affect the quality of your life, causing impaired communication, misunderstandings, stress, fatigue and low self-esteem.

Loud music/Noise can damage your hearing

Continuous exposure to loud music/noise can lead to degeneration of the inner ear structures resulting in hearing loss. Prolonged use of mobile phones, music players and exposure to noise results in noise induced hearing loss. Cumulative effect of noise exposure over a period of time determines how soon or late a person is going to develop hearing loss. Noise induced hearing loss is irreversible.

How do I know if someone has a hearing loss?

You can spot hearing loss with the following signs:

  • >> Trouble understanding speech at a distance.
  • >> Difficulty in listening to TV, radio and telephone.
  • >> Asking people to repeat what they have said.
  • >> Difficulty following conversation in a group or in noise.

Get your or your loved one’s hearing Checked if ………

  • >> You use mobile phone for 8 hrs per day
  • >> Exposed to loud music such as Rock music/Disco regularly
  • >> You suffer from ringing /Blocked feeling in the ear
    >> You experience difficulty following conversation at times
    >> You consume tobacco and alcohol regularly

Treatment for Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can be treated medically, surgically and by using advanced technology hearing aids. However 90% of hearing loss cases is treated with hearing aids and only 10% are treated medically or surgically. Today hearing instruments are highly advanced and are so tiny that they can be virtually within or behind the ear. Because of the discrete digital technology, they can be preciously tailored to the individual requirements.

Some tips to prevent hearing loss

  • >> Keep your ears clean.
  • >> Avoid usage of ear buds or any sharp objects to clean the ears.
  • >> Turn down the volume on phones/music
  • >> Avoid self medication.
  • >> Use ear protective devices if you have to work in a noisy zone.

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Wilson Garden :
# 1/1, 12th Cross,
B'lore - 27.,
080 - 2223 7703 / 22100333
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# 1308, Jeevan Bheema Nagar Main Road,
HAL 3rd Stage, B'lore - 75.
080 - 3291 3290 / 2527 8745

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Malleswaram :
Sree Eswara Seva Mandali Building,
11th Cross, Sampige Main Road,
B'lore - 03.
080 - 41152934
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# 250, Swamy Complex, 24 th Main, 2nd Phase,
Behind Bus Stop, B'lore-78.
080 - 3294 3293, 4207 5691
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# 276, 3rd Stage, 100 Feet Ring Road,
B'lore - 85.
080 - 3293 3292 / 42194251
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#27662, th Main Road, E Block, B'lore International Airport Road,
Near Kodegehalli Gate Bus Stop, Next to Hotel Swathi Gardenia, B'lore-92.
080-23620507
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