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Best Audiology clinics in Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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Mediclinic - Dubai Mall

Financial Center Rd - Downtown Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 1.67 kilometers

Mediclinic - Dubai Mall

Financial Center Rd - Downtown Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates - 1.67 kilometers
Audiology Dermatology Obstetrics & Gynaecology + 20 more

NMC Speciality Hospital Al Nahda

7 A St, Amman St , Dubai - 8.51 kilometers

NMC Speciality Hospital Al Nahda

7 A St, Amman St , Dubai - 8.51 kilometers
Audiology Anaesthetics Allergy Medicine + 30 more

What is Audiology? 

Audiology is the field involving the study of hearing and balance. It involves the diagnosis, assessment, management and rehabilitation of people with hearing and balance problems and the disorders associated with them. As the study of hearing and balance, it involves special expertise in the inner ear.

Audiology combines the latest technology with modern medical science to resolve hearing and balance disorders. Diagnostic testing reveals the nature of the disorder, and treatment often involves an auditory rehabilitation consultation, including hearing aids, cochlear implant pre-evaluation, plus post-implantation care. 

What procedures can you find at an Audiology clinic? 

  • Hearing examinations, tests and screening  
  • Hearing aid fitting, adjustment and maintenance 
  • Treatment for balance disorders
  • Advice and treatment for tinnitus
  • Hearing and speech rehabilitation 
  • Hearing loss evaluations
  • Recommending hearing aids and assistive technology 
  • Evaluating and treating issues around balance 
  • Noise and hearing loss prevention advice 

What should you expect at an Audiology clinic?

A hearing care professional will assess your hearing and pin down whether your hearing issue is caused by a medical condition. If so, they will refer you to the right kind of medical professional. They’ll physically examine your ear or ears, and might test your hearing as well using a pressure test, tone test, speech test or all three. You’ll discuss the results and findings together before the audiologist comes up with a unique treatment plan.