It combines medical science with technology to supply solutions to people of all ages who have a hearing loss or related problems.
People who are qualified and trained in audiology are called audiologists and they are responsible for managing your hearing, providing you with the appropriate rehabilitation to help improve your personal and social interactions with the world of sound around you.
Research has shown that approximately 16% of the population are suffering from a significant hearing loss. Therefore, it is important to keep up to date with your hearing and to get in touch with your local audiologist if you are having any concerns.
At Amplifon, we have over 65 years of knowledge and experience, specialising purely in hearing. We aim to go above and beyond to support our customers. You can find an expert audiologist in each of our clinics throughout the UK. Discover causes of hearing loss and find the best hearing loss treatment options for you.
An audiologist is a health care professional who can diagnose and treat hearing loss in adults as well as identify any other hearing related problems that may require attention. Other hearing related problems treated by audiologists include tinnitus, balance disorders and ear wax removal. They are also trained to prescribe and fit hearing aids and advise on any additional therapy.
To start providing you with the support and advice you need, one of our highly trained audiologists will conduct a fully comprehensive FREE hearing test using the best equipment in the country to present you with accurate test results and peace of mind.
Our team of licensed Audiologists are here to welcome you at any one of our clinics across the UK. We’ll listen closely to your concerns and take the time to understand situations and environments in which you find hearing most challenging. With access to state-of-the-art technology, we can ensure you are able to go about your daily life with the added benefit of clearer hearing.
An audiogram is a graph that plots the results of your hearing test. During your hearing test, you will be asked to respond to sounds. Every time you respond the result is recorded and plotted on the graph.
An Audiogram is used to help identify what level of hearing you have compared against normal hearing capabilities. It has the ability to show the level at which sound becomes uncomfortably loud for you. This is called the 'uncomfortable loudness level' (ULL).
Audiologists are trained to provide a personalised service to customers, changing the way you listen to the world around you. There are many services in which our audiologists can provide: