Booking a hearing test might be the last thing on your mind right now. However, the fact is maintaining good hearing is an essential part of living your life well and enjoying your relationships with others.
Unfortunately, it’s also true that the health of your ears can be impacted by anything from the passing of time to excessive noise.
If you have any concerns about the quality of your hearing, or feel like it has changed, we recommend you book in for a free test at one of our 300+ clinics.
3.5 million Australian adults are affected by hearing loss - and unfortunately, as you get older, the chances of being impacted by it only increase.
It can be distressing or debilitating to feel like you’re missing out on parts of conversations or not properly able to understand friends and family. However, the good news is that if you recognise the signs early, there are ways to improve the quality of your hearing.
If you recognise yourself in one or more of these statements, you might be experiencing some of the symptoms of hearing loss:
If any of these issues seem familiar, don’t worry - you’re not alone. This is much more common than you might think and help is available at our hearing clinics to find you a solution.
A regular ear examination is very important - in fact, you’re recommended to have them once a year. By having these regular tests, we can track how much this vital part of your wellbeing may or may not be changing.
If you have any concerns about your hearing or just wish to get some information on your ear health, please book a free hearing test with us. It’s a simple first step in changing the quality of your life for the better.
There are over 300 Amplifon clinics across Australia, so our service is readily available to help you.
During your initial consultation, our friendly hearing care professionals will ask about your medical history and lifestyle, then perform some simple tests. The process is very straightforward and only takes about 15 minutes.
If those tests reveal hearing loss that might benefit from a hearing aid, we’ll recommend a more comprehensive test with an audiologist or audiometrist.
Please note, your appointment will take place in a clinic following appropriate social distancing and hygiene practices to ensure a COVID-safe environment.