Western Suburbs Weekly - - Local Focus -

WE hear not only with our ears but also our brains, says Hear­ing & Audiology clinic owner and au­di­ol­o­gist Vivi­enne Sobon.

“The ear is the re­ceiver that picks up sounds and sends them to the brain, which turns those sounds into mean­ing,” she said.

“The less sound in­for­ma­tion your brain re­ceives, the harder it has to work to make sense of it. “This is why hear­ing loss can be tir­ing.” The team at Hear­ing & Audiology clinic of­fer Oti­con hear­ing aids, fea­tur­ing the in­no­va­tive BrainHear­ing tech­nol­ogy, that not only am­pli­fies sounds, but sup­ports the brain to ‘hear’ bet­ter.

This re­duces the en­ergy you need for hear­ing, so you can use it for en­joy­ing life again.

Staff at Hear­ing & Audiology are ex­perts in BrainHear­ing tech­nol­ogy.

“Op­er­at­ing in WA for the last 30 years, we have al­ways been ded­i­cated to pro­vid­ing pro­fes­sional car­ing ser­vice to those who are hear­ing chal­lenged, us­ing the lat­est tech­nol­ogy avail­able,” Ms Sobon said.

“We are fully lo­cally owned and op­er­ated al­ways striv­ing to pro­vide ex­cel­lence in hear­ing ser­vices and ac­tive sup­port to the lo­cal com­mu­nity.”

Call 9388 8003 visit www.hearingan­dau­di­ol­ogy. com.au.

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