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At Melbourne Audiology Centre, will treat you with care and respect. You can expect a comfortable, professional and no-pressure environment. Our experienced clinical team will assist you to manage your hearing and communication and/or tinnitus problems.
Your hearing services are conducted at well-established hearing centres using the latest equipment and assessment/treatment techniques. All hearing assessments are conducted in sound proof facilities and with the latest equipment. This ensures high accuracy of results.
Looking for some new hearing aids? Contact us to arrange a Hearing Aid discussion appointment.
It depends on where you hear it. If it’s inside your ears or head it can be annoying. Tinnitus help is available
Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease. It can be described as ringing, whistling, buzzing or like a roaring ocean. It may be soft or loud; composed of a single sound or multiple components; it may be continuous or intermittent. Current research now considers tinnitus to be a disorder involving the brain. Hearing loss is often a prerequisite for tinnitus. It is thought that hearing loss, through lack of auditory stimulation, causes an increase in neural activity in the brain, which is perceived as the tinnitus sound. One of the goals of tinnitus treatments is to normalise this hyperactivity.
At Melbourne Audiology Centre, our goal is to help you understand and gain control of your tinnitus, rather than the tinnitus controlling you. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ tinnitus treatment approach and no ‘cure’ yet for tinnitus. However there are safe, effective and non-invasive treatments and management strategies for tinnitus that includes; sound therapy, counselling, and combined hearing aid/tinnitus devices for those who also have a hearing loss.
For anyone concerned about tinnitus, the best place to start is by booking a tinnitus appointment at Melbourne Audiology Centre.
At MAC, we love helping people with hearing loss to better enjoy life. That’s why we are passionate about providing the best solutions for improving hearing and communication to our clients.
Time and time again we see that when we help people improve their hearing, then communication and participation improves. Conversations flow better, they participate more at social events, family gatherings and meetings. Their quality of life improves in general.
When you come to see us, we take the time to understand your hearing and communication needs, we test your hearing and then we discuss the treatment options with you. We are proud to be able to offer you the latest hearing device solutions from any of the leading hearing aid manufacturers.
If you are concerned about your hearing, or if you are over 50 years of age you should have a hearing test. Contact us for a comprehensive hearing assessment.
Dr Alcock presented on ‘the potato strategy – how to change a social norm’. He introduced the topic by speaking about potatoes. We didn’t know that when first introduced, potatoes were considered pig food and not something that should be eaten. However, over time the social norms changed, the benefits of potatoes as a food source were realised and potatoes today are not only a food staple they are preferred food source – think chips, roasted with rosemary etc.
During Hearing Awareness Week (HAW) 20-26 August 2017, we would like to alert people to the importance of protecting your hearing when you are in loud noise. How loud is too loud?
The effect of noise on hearing is cumulative and is based on how often you are in noise, the time spent in noise and how loud it is. In the workplace, employers must ensure that workers are not exposed to more than 85dB over 8-hour shift (OH&S regulations). The time that can be spent in noise decreases as the loudness of the noise increases.
On the HAW website you can check to see if a particular noise is too loud and how long you can safely listen to it for.
Melbourne Audiology Centre (MAC) was established in 2001 with the specific aim to improve hearing and communication for people with hearing loss. We have a long history of providing hearing aids and rehabilitation services to people with a Noise Induced Hearing Loss and hearing loss related to age.