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Within a year, we have over 500 satisfied clients. This says all about our professionalism, service and care.
We care for each of our clients as individuals and provide tailored solutions to their hearing needs.
Audiologist & Owner of the practice "Bis" is constantly works on the betterment of client needs and employee satisfaction. His vision is to provide the service people deserve.
In the past years, we have seen many clients, who were unsatisfied with their hearing needs. However, they were not aware that they can be helped. We helped them.
At manning Audiology you are our first Priority.
We will grow if you are happy.
Based on our customer feedback, we are the most preferred hearing provider in the area with over 50% User referrals.
We continually update our professional skills to provide better care & service to our clients. No Compromises.
We are constantly working with all major suppliers to provide you the best price possible.
We are well staffed. No Long waiting time for appointment booking or at the clinic. You can approach us with ease.
Tips for living with tinnitus So take heart – you can beat tinnitus. A positive attitude is very helpful. Relaxation techniques, an active social life, sports, and hobbies can assist you in taking control of your life – even with tinnitus. We’ve summarized a few practical tips here, recently developed by Siemens together with ENT Read more about Tips for living with tinnitus[…]
To understand the various causes of hearing loss and how the many features of Siemens hearing systems can help restore hearing, it is important to understand how the ear and the brain work together to enable us to hear. How we hear To understand hearing loss, it helps to understand how we hear. Your ear Read more about How we hear[…]
Understanding hearing loss Hearing loss affects a great number of people around the world. And it affects them in a variety of ways. Over time, hearing loss can influence your communication and relation with others in a negative way. So by leaving hearing impairment untreated, a physical condition may also become a psychological one. This Read more about Understanding hearing loss[…]
Symptoms of hearing loss There are different types of hearing loss that are experienced to various degrees and due to several causes. But the symptoms of hearing loss are basically the same. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, there is a chance that you may have some degree of hearing loss. Read more about Symptoms of hearing loss[…]
Causes of hearing loss There are many factors that may affect your hearing and cause hearing loss, including: Long-term exposure to noise Heredity Illness Reactions to medications Injury Ear Wax Aging Noise-induced hearing loss Hearing damage can already begin at a continuous stress level of 85 dB. If you listen to loud music at a Read more about Causes of hearing loss[…]
Types of hearing loss Conductive hearing loss Conductive hearing loss occurs when the outer or middle ear is dysplastic or does not work properly. Consequently, sound waves cannot be efficiently conducted to the inner ear. In case of a temporary dysfunction, it is often possible to correct conductive hearing loss with surgery and/or treatment with Read more about Types of hearing loss[…]
Degrees of hearing loss Different levels of hearing loss are referred to as degrees, depending on the severity of impairment. Degrees of hearing loss Hearing threshold (in decibels, dB) Ability to hear speech None 0 – 25 dB No perceptible difficulty. Mild 26 – 40 dB Difficulty hearing soft speech and conversations, especially in noisier Read more about Degrees of hearing loss[…]
How to read an audiogram An audiogram is a chart a hearing test is marked on. The degree of hearing loss is measured in dB for defined key frequencies. The frequency is measured in Hertz, abbreviated with “Hz”. Curves displayed in Decibels (dB) generally describe the individual hearing threshold of a person compared to the Read more about How to read an Audiogram[…]
Subjective hearing testing In the subjective test, in order to determine a potential hearing loss, the cooperation of the patient is required. Usually, noises, sounds or words are played and a specific reaction sought. From the results of various tests, your ear, nose and throat doctor or audiologist can determine whether you have a conductive, Read more about Subjective Hearing Testing[…]
Objective hearing testing These methods for detecting hearing loss require no cooperation from the patient. For this reason, objective listening tests are very useful for the study of newborns and infants. Otoacoustic emission (OAE) This test reliably determines whether a person’s hearing is healthy or whether the inner ear is damaged. A probe that emits Read more about Objective hearing testing[…]