Meet Our Adelaide Audiologists
- Experts in Hearing Loss Solutions at Hearing Sense
Our team of highly trained and experienced audiologists specialise in providing hearing solutions to individuals in Adelaide and the surrounding areas. Our audiologists are skilled in diagnosing and treating a wide range of hearing-related conditions, including hearing loss, tinnitus, and ear infections.
We also offer state-of-the-art hearing aids and assistive listening devices to help our patients achieve optimal hearing health.
At Hearing Sense, we take a personalised approach to care, and our team is dedicated to helping our patients improve their hearing and enhance their quality of life. Contact us today on 8331 8047 or request an appointment online to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards better hearing.
Joseph joined Hearing Sense in 2023. He has a genuine passion for his profession and is dedicated to providing the best possible care for his clients. Joseph’s caring nature is also a big part of what makes him such a special audiologist. He takes the time to listen to his clients’ concerns and is always willing to go above and beyond to help them achieve their hearing goals.
Our Audiologists offer comprehensive hearing tests for individuals over the age of 26. These tests involve a thorough examination of the auditory system using up-to-date equipment and techniques. The results help identify the type and degree of hearing loss, as well as appropriate treatment options. Our audiologists are trained to perform:
- Pure-tone audiometry including Air and Bone Conduction
- Speech audiometry
- Speech in Noise Testing
- Wax Removal
Visit our dedicated Hearing Test Service page to learn more about our state-of-the-art testing methods and how we can help you achieve optimal hearing health.
Hearing Aid Fittings
Our expert audiologists provide tailored hearing aid fittings for those who require hearing aid devices.
The process includes:
- Discussion and selection of the best device based on the hearing test results and individual needs. Our hearing specialists take into account lifestyle, cosmetics, cost, hearing needs, ear canal shape and most importantly, personal preference of each client.
- As an Independent Hearing Aid Provider, our Audiologists can choose from world-wide brands and are not limited by choice as many big hearing aid companies are. All our clients are offered a free 30 day trial to really make sure the device is perfect for them.
- Individual customisation of the hearing aid settings to optimise performance in various listening environments. This involves working together and finetuning the aids to match the hearing loss as well as acclimatisation to all the new sounds being heard. We adjust the device so they sound really natural and not tinny or false.
- Education on proper usage, care and maintenance of the device. We have specialised staff who spend as much time as is required to really make sure each person feels really comfortable and confident using their hearing aid.
- Dedicated Bluetooth and wireless streaming support to connect you and your devices to all your phone, TV, tablet and computer needs.
- Regular follow-up appointments to ensure the hearing aid is functioning well and providing maximum benefit. These appointments are free of charge for the lifetime of the device because we believe that your hearing aids should cater for you throughout many years no matters what your hearing loss or changing lifestyle needs. For example, a patient may like to start learning a musical instrument and we can then design a Music Setting for them with their devices to make this sound really clear and natural.
- Counselling and communication strategies to help with hearing in background noise, helping with tinnitus, managing relationships and optimising your experience.
Discover the latest advancements in hearing aid technology and find the perfect solution for your unique needs. Visit our dedicated hearing aids page to explore the different types and features of hearing aids available at Hearing Sense.
Tinnitus, the perception of a sound when there is no external noise, can be frustrating and negatively impact quality of life. Our Audiologists offer a range of tinnitus management strategies to help minimise its effects, which may include:
- Sound therapy: using external sounds to mask or distract from the tinnitus
- Counselling: understanding and learning to cope with tinnitus
- Relaxation techniques: managing stress and anxiety associated with tinnitus
- Fitting of specific Tinnitus Masking hearing aids which have dedicated programs to provide sound stimulation to help with tinnitus.
- Fitting of Lyric – the worlds first 100% invisible hearing aid worn 24/7 for months at a time. Allowing you to sleep with the Lyric in place means you get relief from your tinnitus at night which is usually when most people notice it the worst. This means better quality sleep, less stress and overall better mental health.
Our audiologists work closely with the individual to develop a personalised management plan, focusing on improving general well-being and reducing the burden of tinnitus.
Visit our Tinnitus Treatment Clinic in Adelaide and discover the latest treatment options available to help you find relief.
Why Choose Us
At Hearing Sense, our top priority is patient care and satisfaction. We pride ourselves on providing the best possible care for our patients in our family owned business. Our team of experienced and dedicated professionals work together to create a caring and supportive environment that allows you to feel comfortable discussing your concerns. We utilise the latest research and technology to offer effective treatment options tailored to your specific needs.
We maintain open lines of communication, ensuring that all questions and concerns are addressed promptly and thoroughly. Additionally, our audiologists work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as ENT specialists and GPs, in order to provide comprehensive, coordinated care for our patients.
Upon visiting our clinic, patients can expect:
- Highly skilled audiologists who possess extensive experience and expertise in their field, including the owners of the business who always strive to make the whole experience amazing.
- A personalised, patient-centric approach to assessment and treatment taking you on a fulfilling and enjoyable hearing journey.
- State-of-the-art diagnostic tools and techniques for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
- A comfortable, supportive environment in which patients feel heard and respected and well looked after.
- Open lines of communication and collaboration with other healthcare professionals for comprehensive care.
- One on one consultation and confidentiality. We really care about helping you – it is our passion.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hearing aids in Adelaide can vary in price, depending on the brand, model, and features selected. Prices typically range from $500 to $4250 per device. It is essential to consider that more expensive hearing aids may offer additional features and higher sound quality. However, less expensive options can still provide adequate hearing assistance for many individuals.
We recommend seeking guidance from an audiologist who has thoroughly tested your hearing, discussed your difficulties and looks at your budget and lifestyle to try the best choice. We also recommend seeking advice from an Independent Audiologist to determine the most suitable hearing aid for your specific needs without any bias. Hearing Sense are an independently owned hearing clinic with no ties to certain manufacturers. We fit all brands of hearing aids.
An audiologist is a healthcare professional who holds a minimum of two degrees including a Masters in Audiology. They are trained to diagnose, treat and manage hearing issues and balance disorders. They work with patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly, and offer various services, including hearing testing, hearing aid fitting, cochlear implant programming and advice and auditory rehabilitation.
An audiometrist is a healthcare professional who studies an Audiometry course through Tafe. They may or may not have an undergraduate degree as well. They specifically focus on hearing assessment, diagnosis of hearing disorders and treatment with hearing devices.
A hearing aid specialist, on the other hand, is a professional who focuses solely on fitting, adjusting, and maintaining hearing aids. They do not evaluate or diagnose hearing issues and typically do not have the same level of education as an audiologist or audiometrist.
Hearing Sense offers a wide range of hearing aid brands to ensure that each individual’s unique hearing needs and preferences are met. Some of the leading brands available through Hearing Sense include Lyric, Phonak, Oticon, Starkey, Signia, Widex, Bernafon, Sonic, Unitron and Resound.
By offering a diverse selection of top-quality hearing aids, Hearing Sense ensures the best possible hearing solutions for their clients with no purchasing bias. Many clinics in Adelaide are owned by hearing aid manufacturers and will only offer that brand of hearing device. This is not the case with Hearing Sense.
Hearing Sense is one of the most caring and professional hearing clinics in Adelaide. They have won numerous awards for customer service and have been finalists for Eastern
Business Awards for the last four years. In addition, they have won Best Provider for Lyric Australia in 2015, 2018 and 2022 in addition to winning Top Lyric Provider in South Australia every year since 2015.
Because Hearing Sense owners, Kelly and Pavel believe in offering the best products and choice as well as going absolutely above and beyond, this flows on through the rest of the team of audiologists and support staff in the business. The friendly welcoming atmosphere and company culture is seen as soon as you walk in the door.
Compared to other audiologists in Adelaide, Hearing Sense maintains a strong reputation for professionalism and true customer satisfaction. This is shown in the many testimonials given by very happy clients who have experienced the ultimate in care on their hearing journey.
The choice between visiting a doctor or an audiologist for ear-related issues often depends on the specific problem. Originally, a general practitioner (GP) should be consulted for acute issues such as ear pain, infections, or sudden hearing loss. They can then determine if a referral to an audiologist is necessary for further evaluation and specialised treatment. On the other hand, if the concern is related to hearing loss, tinnitus, or balance issues, a direct visit to an audiologist is recommended for timely and specialised care.
In the case of sudden hearing loss, it is vital to get tested as soon as possible and mention sudden hearing loss when you are booking in so we can prioritise the urgency. Sudden hearing loss is sometimes reversible providing treatment is started within 12 – 48 hours.