Audiology also involves the assessment, management and therapeutic rehabilitation of people with hearing and balance problems and associated disorders. This includes patients of all ages from young children through to working adults and the elderly.
It is estimated that one in seven of the population experiences some form of hearing impairment. With an ageing population in the UK, this number is set to rise in the future. The number of young people with hearing impairment is also on the rise due to the increased prevalence of excessive noise exposure in everyday life. Other common ear problems typically include ear infections, tinnitus and vertigo- all of which require audiological assessment and can affect any patient demographic.
BMI Saxon Clinic provides a range of audiology services. With specialised diagnostic equipment set-up in our dedicated audiology suite (do we have a dedicated suite?), all patients will benefit from accurate and comprehensive level of audiological investigation. In the majority of cases, our clinicians will be able to assist with the management, if not rehabilitation, of most ear related problems and advise on the best forms of hearing protection and preservation. Please see below for a full list of our services:
- Pure tone audiometry (detailed hearing test)
- Tympanometry (middle ear health test)
- Speech audiometry (to assess speech discrimination abilities in noise)
- Auditory training
- Hearing aids
- Tinnitus management
A multi-disciplinary team approach
We work in close collaboration with other professionals to ensure our patients receive the highest quality of care.Such professionals include:
- Ear, nose and throat consultants
- Consultant physicians
- Speech and language therapists
- Voluntary sectors/support groups
To find out more about the audiology services at BMI Saxon Clinic or to book an appointment please call 01908 665533 or alternatively, you can make an online enquiry.