Hearing Services at Wind Chimes Centre

Your hearing is an important part of your overall health and well-being. At Wind Chimes Speech & Hearing Centre, we provide our patients with comprehensive hearing healthcare so they can hear – and feel – their best. We offer world-class hearing evaluations for our patients at affordable rates. A hearing consultation is the first step in managing your hearing loss, that’s why we offer them at no cost to anyone 65 and above years of age. We are a no pressure environment. Our goal is to help the people of Bengaluru with their hearing so they can live an improved quality of life. Call us at +919845731042 or stop by our office to make an appointment for your hearing evaluation!

If you are a current hearing aid wearer, we recommend coming in for a consultation about every three months in order to have your hearing aids cleaned and maintained.

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Pure Tone Audiometry

PTA is the main hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual. This helps in determining the degree, type and configuration of hearing loss and to plan further management

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Reflexometry

The test is administered in a similar fashion as tympanometry, to activate the ear's reflexive response to loud sounds. If your hearing loss is severe, this reflex may not be activated during the test

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NBHS

Newborn Hearing Screening  (NBHS) program aims to screen infants for possible hearing loss. This program is carried out with the aim to provide early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI). OAE +/- AABR are the usual test done under UNHS

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AVT

Following cochlear implantation (CI), hearing training and speech and language therapy are provided in the form of Auditory Verbal Therapy (AVT). This is important because a CI recipient requires training to adjust themselves to electrical mode of stimulation with CI

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Speech Audiometry

Speech audiometry is done to obtain information on the functional aspects of your hearing loss i.e., how well you can recognize and understand speech. While this test is carried out, you will be asked to repeat a few words or letters you will hear

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Otoacoustic Emissions

OAEs are sounds produced by hair cells in the inner ear. This test helps in determining what region of your auditory system is affected. It is important to note that OAEs may be absent when there is an ear infection or fluid in the middle ear

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Hearing Aid Fitting 

Based on your audiological results and your communication needs, our audiologist will recommend you a specific type of hearing aid to be trialed. The results of the trial will help us to fit you with a HA that meets your needs and expectations

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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy (ST) is the assessment and treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. It is performed by speech-language pathologists (SLPs), who are often referred to as speech therapists. ST techniques are used to improve communication

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Tympanometry

This test assesses the integrity and functioning of your middle ear system. Our audiologist will place a probe that looks like an earphone into your ear. You will feel a change of pressure inside your ear when the test is being carried out

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ABR

Auditory Brainstem Response tests your auditory nerve and brainstem. To perform this test, our audiologist will place electrodes on the forehead and behind the ears. The responses from the auditory nervous system are recorded and displayed on the screen

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Cochlear Implants

Cochlear implants are electrical devices that electrically stimulate the auditory nerves. They are especially helpful for individuals who have severe to profound hearing loss and obtain limited benefit from hearing aids

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Earmolds

Everyone's ears are different. Some of these ears require the use of custom ear molds to fit properly. They also allow for custom venting. Venting is CRITICAL to properly fit a set of hearing aids. Too big, and sound leaks out causing feedback and limited hearing benefit

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