When it comes to your general health, professional advice is paramount. Your hearing health is no different. Here at Johnson Audiology, our award winning Audiologists are highly skilled in diagnosing and treating a range of hearing issues so you can live your life to the full again. Choosing to see an Audiologist for your hearing needs is the best possible help you can receive to help you on the road to better hearing.


You can get a comprehensive hearing health check from an Audiologist

An Audiologist can give you a complete hearing check and is trained to pick up the signs of any and all hearing and balance disorders, not just hearing loss. With an accurate diagnosis of what problems you are having with your hearing, you can get the most appropriate treatment. If that is hearing aids, an Audiologist can help you find the perfect match and fine tune the device to your specific level of hearing loss. If you need alternative or additional treatment an Audiologist can help with a tailored treatment plan that addresses all of your needs, unlike a hearing aid dispenser.


You have the opportunity to build a lasting relationship with your Audiologist

Are your hobbies, interest or occupation exactly the same as they were 10 years ago? Probably not. As your life changes, so does your hearing needs and ability. An Audiologist can see you through every stage of your life by monitoring your hearing health so you can get the treatment you need as soon as you need it. This ensures you can continue to enjoy all the sounds around you through the years, from chatting with friends to hearing the grandkids laugh and play. As you build a lasting professional relationship with your Audiologist, you won’t ever need to worry about your hearing health as there will always be someone trusted you can turn to for help, who not only knows your hearing health history inside out but also understands your personal needs.


You get the peace of mind that comes from professional hearing care

An Audiologist undergoes years and years of training just to take care of your hearing health: four years of medical school, 350 hours of patient care and 12 months of full time, supervised on the job training, minimally, to become a qualified Audiologist. By the end of all that hard work, an Audiologist knows exactly how to diagnose, monitor and treat hearing and balance disorders. You can therefore rest easy knowing your hearing health is in good hands.

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