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As part of the Australian health services sector, your health and wellbeing remain our top priority and we are dedicated to providing you with the best hearing care service.

Our nationwide hearing clinics are open and are ready to support you with your hearing care needs, even if you are not an existing client.
 

We take your health very seriously and we are following every precaution to ensure that we maintain a Covid-Safe environment for you. 

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As part of the Amplifon experience, you'll benefit from exclusive services, free hearing checks with the ability to select the best hearing aids to suit your hearing needs. 

 

 

Why choose us?

The latest technology, the best quality of sound

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The latest innovative wearable hearing technology is continually developing and becoming smarter at understanding hearing needs in different environments.  At your local Amplifon clinic, you will find the latest hearing technology, suited for you. 

 

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What is an audiologist?

An audiologist is a qualified health professional who specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders. They aim to manage, preserve and improve the hearing of their patients, treating people of all ages and backgrounds.

To become an audiologist in Australia, practitioners must complete a Masters-level degree in clinical audiology and meet the competency and membership requirements of Audiology Australia’s Accredited Audiologist program, including the completion of a one-year clinical internship.

What does an audiologist do?

Clinical audiologists provide a variety of services to their patients. Some of these services include:

  • Conducting hearing tests and screenings.
  • Diagnosing and evaluating hearing loss.
  • Fitting and adjusting hearing aids.
  • Assessing and diagnosing balance disorders.
  • Treating and assisting in the management of ear diseases and conditions, such as tinnitus.
  • Fitting hearing protection, including custom earplugs.
  • Ear wax removal.
  • Recommending appropriate assistive technology.

If you’re ready to take charge of your hearing health, book a free hearing test at your local Amplifon clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are audiologists doctors?

Although they do have a thorough knowledge of hearing health, diseases and treatments, not all audiologists in Australia are medical doctors in the traditional sense. Audiologists are accredited health professionals but are not required to complete additional training in general medicine and surgery.

What do audiologists treat?

Audiologists diagnose and treat a variety of hearing health concerns, from hearing loss and balance disorders to tinnitus, Ménière's disease and other related conditions.

Why is audiology important?

Audiology is an important medical discipline as it assists in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing health conditions. By offering support and treatment to those living with hearing health issues, their quality of life may be improved and further hearing loss may be prevented.

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