Hearing is precious, yet most of us take our hearing for granted. Did you know our hearing organ (the cochlea) is the first organ in the fetus to develop and has completed its adult configuration by 20 weeks gestation? If you need an audiologist in Vancouver, Kelowna, Saskatoon or Thunder Bay to address a hearing impairment, we are here to improve your quality of life.
Audiologists evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss, tinnitus and even some balance disorders. They can prescribe and fit hearing aids, recommend and program implantable hearing devices, provide hearing rehabilitation training and more. If you think your hearing has gotten worse with age, you have a ringing in your ears that won’t go away or you’re a musician seeking to protect your hearing, visit an audiologist at Expert Hearing Solutions.
Hearing Loss Impacts People of All Ages
The majority of people think hearing loss is for old people, when in fact, 65% of the population who experience hearing loss are under 65 years of age.
We live in a noisy world and noise has become the biggest contributor to hearing loss. Once the delicate little hair cells in the cochlea become damaged, it cannot be reversed. However, 99% of noise-induced hearing loss is preventable.
Information & Solutions You Need
At Expert Hearing Solutions, we are here to provide you with information and solutions. Whether it is diagnostic assessments, assistive listening devices, fitting of custom noise protection, or personal hearing devices, we have the knowledge and expertise you can trust. We are proud to serve you with locations in the Lower Mainland, Okanagan, Saskatoon and Thunder Bay.
Seniors – Hearing loss will occur through the natural course of aging and is nothing to be embarrassed about. The earlier you seek help, the better. An extended period without sound can make it harder on your brain to relearn how to hear. Don’t miss out on those important life moments.
Adults – Noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a very common condition for adults of all ages. We frequently work with musicians, law enforcement officers, military personnel and individuals who work in loud environments.
“Making your ears our responsibility.”