Hearing and communication are vital

to remain engaged with all life has to offer.

Located in Heidelberg, 11 km northeast of the Melbourne CBD, our practice is owned and managed by a partnership of audiologists, dedicated to providing the best quality care of your individual hearing needs, since 1980.

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We have extensive experience in hearing assessment and the fitting/fine-tuning of contemporary hearing aids. Our practice has a strict ethical policy, and is not associated with any manufacturer or large corporation, allowing a fully independent choice of hearing aids and services. We specialise in tinnitus, hyperacusis, acoustic shock and central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) evaluation, therapy and research.

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18th October 2017, 4:00pm

Here is what music does to your body and brain.

16th October 2017, 4:00pm

In most cases hearing loss develops gradually. Because it is a slow process we adapt to the change and may not notice that we no longer hear as well. Follow the link to see if you have noticed any of the signs of hearing loss.

13th October 2017, 3:00pm

Neuroscientists have figured out why you can’t concentrate at work. One study showed that 99% of employees reported that their concentration was impaired by various types of office noise, especially telephones left ringing at vacant desks and people talking in the background. These findings are no surprise to scientists who map the amazing neural networks that process sound. These brain structures control the mental and physical processes required to achieve focus, concentration, and be creative.


10th October 2017, 4:00am

The loudest noise in history happened in 1883, as a result of the volcanic eruption that occurred on the Indonesian island of Krakatoa. The noise was so loud that it was heard 3,000 miles away in the Indian Ocean island of Rodrigues. To put this into perspective, it would be like hearing a noise in New York that came from Dublin, Ireland!
Not only is the Krakatoa volcanic eruption the loudest sound in human history, but it is also the most distant sound ever recorded. The noise from Krakatoa traveled for 4 hours and covered an area nearly 8% of the earth’s surface.


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Hearing loss is common, particularly as you become older, and is difficult to self diagnose. Those at risk include musicians, industrial workers and shooters.

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Hearing aid maintenance

Maintenance tools, including a moisture absorbent kit, are provided as part of your hearing aid fitting package. For care instructions download the link.

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