Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss

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Hearing loss or disablity is a common cause and can be cured if diagnosed properly. Our ace team leaded by Pradeep Kothari and Rishabh Kothari takes an in depth survey of the patient and diagnose the level of disability. Answering the following questions will help you have a hearing loss. Incidence and prevalence of hearing loss is incresing day by day, 7 out of 1000 give birth are born with hearing loss, we belive in providing PERFECT care possible.

  • Do you often ask others to repeat themselves?
  • Has yours spouse, relative or a friend ever told you that you do not hear well?
  • Do you turn up the TV louder than others prefer?
  • you find yourself ignoring sounds when not facing them?
  • Do you find it difficult to understand conversation in a restaurant, group situation or when there is background noise?
  • Do you often feel that friends and family members mumble or talk too quietly?
  • Do you hear conversations but have difficulty understanding the words?
  • Do you turn one ear towards a speaker to help you hear better?

Answers to the above indicate sensorineural hearing loss one of the most common hearing impairment. This type of loss can be corrected from amplification of sound by using a hearing aid.

Types of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can be mild, severe or profound, depending upon the type of hearing loss and the degree of hearing threshlod (the least hearing ability of a person). The type of hearing loss is identified by detecting which area or section of the ear the problem is originating from. The three main section of the ear are termed as the outer, middle and inner ear.

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Sensorineural Hearing Loss

This is generally permanent and accounts for approximately 95% of all hearing losses. It cannot be cured but can be successfully managed with the use of hearing instruments.Sensorineural hearing loss is hearing problems arising out of inner ear or auditory nerve disorders.

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Conductive Hearing Loss

Hearing loss due to problems in outer or middle ear is termed as conductive hearing loss. Conductive Hearing Loss occurs when sound is not being transmitted properly to the inner ear due to a "mechanical“ problem. It is often the result of damage or blockage in the outer or middle ear. In most cases, conductive hearing problems can be corrected medically.

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Mixed Hearing Loss

A combination of conductive and sensorineural hearing loss (problems in both outer/middle and inner ear) is termed as mixed hearing loss. Hearing aids or other hearing devices can help in hearing restoration for most of the patients suffering from this type of hearing loss.

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We are one of the leading hearing and speech related solution providers in the country characterized by one of the best Infrastructures and qualified staff.

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