Cockburn Gazette - - HEALTH FOR YOUR EARS -

AT ihear Applecross, clin­i­cians are fo­cused on pro­vid­ing pro­fes­sional hear­ing ser­vices to the lo­cal com­mu­nity.

A re­cent study from the Aus­tralian Net­work on Dis­abil­ity found one in six Aus­tralians are af­fected by hear­ing loss but only a small per­cent­age ac­tu­ally seek help.

Au­di­ol­o­gist Raza Hashimi is a qual­i­fied hear­ing spe­cial­ist, ded­i­cated to tai­lor­ing hear­ing so­lu­tions to suit your needs and bud­get.

“We be­lieve life is worth hear­ing so en­cour­age ev­ery­one to seek the hear­ing help they de­serve,” Mr Hashimi said.

With a vast prod­uct range, ihear Applecross of­fers ex­ten­sive ser­vices and af­ter­care pro­grams to en­sure there are no hid­den ex­penses.

The clinic also of­fers free hear­ing ser­vices to pen­sion­ers and DVA card hold­ers on be­half of the govern­ment Of­fice of Hear­ing Ser­vices, cre­at­ing lit­tle to no out of pocket ex­penses for some de­vices.

Visit Applecross Med­i­cal Cen­tre, Level 1, 764 Can­ning High­way, or call 9315 1524.

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