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  • Hearing plus pure tone audiometry

    Pure Tone Audiometry

  • Hearing plus tympanometry

    Tympanometry

  • Hearing plus ENG

    E.N.G.

  • Hearing plus BERA test

    B.E.R.A.

  • Hearing plus VEMP test

    V.E.M.P.

  • Hearing plus aid trial

    Hearing Aid Trial

  • Hearing plus paediatric hearing aid trial

    Paediatric Hearing Aid Trial

  • Pure Tone Audiometry:

    It is the primary and most important hearing test that helps determining the type and degree of hearing loss based on the measurement of hearing threshold or least hearing ability as a function of frequencies of an individual.

  • Tympanometry:

    This audiological test measures the function of the ear drum (tympanic membrane) and middle ear system by generating a series of air pressures in the ear canal.

  • Speech Audiometry:

    It is a fundamental audiological test that detects the speech recognition and discrimination abilities to speech stimuli.

  • Eustachian Tube Function Test:

    This test helps understanding the functionality of eustachian tube (an organ connecting the middle ear cavity with the nasopharynx) and determining the chances of hearing problem originating from the middle ear.

  • Behavioural observation Audiometry:

    This test analyses the behavioural change in response to different sounds in children. In this test, the sounds of different intensities are presented via calibrated speakers (known as Free field). The child's response to each sound is recorded and hearing ability is analysed.

  • O.A.E:

    Otoacoustic Emission (O.A.E.) test measures the outer hair cells function of cochlea. In this test, a series of sounds is presented inside the ear through a probe inserted in the ear canal and in turn the instrument measures the response of the cochlea.

  • B.E.R.A:

    This test determines the neural response of an individual to a click or tone burst sound stimuli transmitted through headphone or ear phone.

  • Bone Conductive BERA/ ABR:

    This auditory test determines the neural response of an individual. Here transmission of stimulus is measured through bone conduction.

  • A.S.S.R:

    Auditory Steady State Response or A.S.S.R is an audiological test that evaluates the frequency specific hearing ability in young children and infants. In this test, voluntary response of the individual is not read.

  • A.B.L.B:

    Alternate Binaural Loudness Balance (A.B.L.B.) test determines abnormal loudness growth to sound. When one ear suffers from hearing loss and the other ear has normal hearing, this test measure the abnormal loudness growth in affected ear which is originated from cochlear pathology.

  • Short Increment Sensitivity Index:

    This test determines an individual's ability to detect the small increments in sound by processing differential sensitivity changes in loudness.

  • Tone Decay Test:

    This test helps determining the presence of retro cochlear pathology by measuring auditory fatigue (decay in tone).

  • E.N.G:

    Electronystagmography (E.N.G.) is a test that detects any disorder in the vestibular system of the inner ear.

  • ECochG:

    Electrocochleography test (ECochG) is a technique of recording electrical potentials generated in the inner ear and auditory nerve in response to sound stimulation, using an electrode placed in the ear canal or tympanic membrane for identification and monitoring of Meniere's disease and endolymphatic hydrops and in diagnosis of auditory neuropathy.

  • V.E.M.P:

    Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential (V.E.M.P.) is a neurophysiological assessment technique used to determine the function of the otolithic organs (utricle and saccule) of the inner ear. It complements the information provided by caloric testing and other forms of inner ear (vestibular apparatus) testing.

  • Hearing Aid Trial & Fitting:

    Hearing aids are chosen according to the type and degree of hearing loss, speech understanding ability and the lifestyle preference of an individual. Hearing aid trial is a necessary step to select the best hearing aid for a particular individual. At Hearing Plus, trial & fitting of hearing aids is done with utmost care so as to provide the best and most appropriate hearing aid to each patient.

  • Paediatric Hearing Aid Trial & Fitting:

    children) are selected according to the type and degree of hearing loss and trials given to the children to select the most comfortable and appropriate hearing aid.

  • Tinnitus Retaining Therapy:

    This is a rehabilitation therapy for those suffering from tinnitus (hearing a ringing, hissing, buzzing or other sound when no external sound is present). This therapy is important for the management of tinnitus.

  • Speech & Language Assessment:

    The assessment of speech and language skills is necessary and the primary step to detect speech and language problems. At our centre, speech & language assessment of both children and adults is conducted by qualified and experienced speech language pathologists & audiologists to determine speech problems most accurately, leading to proper therapy and care.

  • Speech & Language Therapy:

    For those with speech problems, speech & language therapy helps getting rid of all such problems and improving speech & language skills. At our centre, speech & language therapy is provided by qualified speech language pathologists to patients with any of such problems.

  • Voice Therapy:

    This is a training and rehabilitation therapy to treat or manage voice disorders. The purpose of voice therapy is to help the patient attain the most perfect voice and relief from all the vocal disorders. Voice therapy may include vocal and physical exercises along with behavioural changes.