HEARING & AUDIOLOGY
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.