Why Us…?

We know how important your hearing is to your life and your relationships. That’s why our audiologists are much more than experts on the latest hearing technology.
Unlike other hearing aid retailers and big-box outlets, we provide an alternative to cookie-cutter medical care:

  •  Credentialed, Experienced Audiologists who keep up to date with the latest advances in hearing care research and technology.
  •  Recommendations that put our patients’ interest’s first.
  •  Access to the latest hearing technology — not “new” technology that was new three years ago.
  •  A comprehensive, collaborative approach to helping you hear better.
  •  Follow-up adjustments and hearing retraining programs that are included as an integral part of your investment in better hearing

Anyone can sell you a hearing aid. We offer the expertise, professional service, and continuing support that it takes to truly experience success with better hearing and to take full advantage of today’s highly customisable, highly programmable, custom-fit hearing devices.

Did you know that there are over 100 different types of hearing technologies available today? Have you ever felt like hearing aid advertising is deceptive, misleading, or too muddled to allow you and your loved ones to make informed decisions about your own health?

Hearing loss is as unique to each person as a fingerprint. No one person has the same type of loss in each ear, nor do people experience hearing loss the same way. And when hearing loss is left untreated, there are direct and indirect consequences. Some people with hearing loss think they hear—and understand—perfectly well. Others assume that the loss is part of aging. Some people with hearing loss simply can’t afford hearing aids. Some worry that hearing aids will make them seem old. While these people are concerned about money and appearances, their hearing loss is not only getting worse, it’s also becoming a hazard to other aspects of their life and health. In the workplace, untreated hearing loss contributes to underperformance. More than half of people with hearing loss are under age 60—prime working years—and they are the least likely age group to get hearing aids. Hearing loss should be accommodated as routinely as other disabilities. It’s no different from being nearsighted or having high cholesterol. We wouldn’t think of ignoring those, and if we did it could be at our peril. Continue with the high-fat diet, don’t exercise, and refuse to take a statin, and you may end up with a heart attack. Fail to use sunscreen and you may end up with melanoma. Continue to ignore your hearing loss and put yourself at risk for falls and dementia.

The ears and brain communicate together to help process sounds clearly and replicate them for speech. When you lose certain frequencies, that communicative pathway is interrupted and impaired.Untreated hearing loss  may actually influence and change the way their voice sounds all together. Own voice sounds soft, and start to speak louder and louder to compensate for it. Shouting is now speaking. This is something many may not realize they are doing, and for many it takes hearing aids to realize just how loud they’ve been talking.Untreated hearing loss might be making enjoyment of movie impossible. So much time is being spent trying to understand what is said that eventually people lose track of what’s going on, and might decide to give up.

Hearing loss can hurt work performance in a variety of ways including difficulty hearing at important meetings or on calls, trouble interacting with employees at work through conversation and missing important auditory announcements. Untreated hearing loss can also lead to listening fatigue at work, affect a person’s ability to focus and retain information, and impact attitude as stress and lack of energy become overwhelming, all of which can be detrimental to overall production.Restaurants, bars and other loud, group environments make it difficult not only to hear but also to understand what is being said and who is speaking. Untreated hearing loss can thus become a stressful issue for not only the one with untreated hearing loss but for that person’s friends and loved ones. Over time, this may even lead to the person with untreated hearing loss to become isolated and avoid social events.

About Us

‘My Audiologist’ takes the time to get to know you and the specific listening situations that are most challenging for you before creating a customized better-hearing plan tailored to your specific needs. We follow a philosophy of a patient-centric approach.

The goal is to provide the highest standards of care for each and every patient of “My Audiologist”. We moved to Wellington point in 2010 and fell in love with the community. We are proud to be raising our daughter in such a supportive and philanthropic community. Since the beginning, the My Audiologist Clinic has been committed to providing a full range of clinical, diagnostic and rehabilitative services for our patients of all ages.

Audiology Clinic accepts self-referred patients and patient friends and family referrals, as well as referrals from physicians, educators, rehabilitation professionals, insurance companies and other professional organizations and is grateful for the trust these referral sources have placed in our services. Our long history of dedication to the profession helps the clinic, to achieve the goal of providing unsurpassed patient care.

Hearing Aids are not glasses
Unlike your eyes, ears do not instantly adapt to assistive devices like hearing aids.Every hearing aid  however new the model be, needs to be programmed and adjusted to suit a person’s particular lossing order to achieve the benefit you are paying for.
Glasses, like some hearing aids are available online now, however you don’t see opticians going out of business, your hearing is in many ways even more complex a biological process than your eyesight, some hearing aids may not even be the right one for you, however small and attractive they may appear.
At My Audiologist you are with a provider who does not play favourites, we will find and prescribe the correct aids for you while taking into account your cosmetic requirements as well.Hearing aids need tuning and adjustments, to optimise its benefits, a qualified Audiologist can be invaluable in this regard.

What Makes an Audiologist?

An Audiologist is an allied health-care professional. They specialize in identifying, diagnosing, monitoring & treating disorders of the ear, particularly it’s auditory and vestibular systems. Audiologists are the only professionals trained to diagnose, manage and/or rehabilitate hearing loss, recommend hearing aids and recommend and map cochlear implants. They provide special fitting earplugs and other hearing protection devices to help prevent hearing loss. Audiologists have training in anatomy and physiology, hearing aids, cochlear implants, electrophysiology, acoustics, psychophysics, neurology, and counseling. An audiologist graduates with one of the following qualifications (MSc or PhD,), and hold a national license. Speech is closely linked with hearing and at MY AUDIOLOGIST you have audiologists who have completed their Masters in Speech Pathology as well.


The more you understand about your level of tinnitus and hearing loss and the technological options available to you, the greater the chances of improvement. We give you the options you get to make an informed choice about your hearing care.


Your relationship with us continues well beyond the initial fitting. Your follow-up care includes ongoing office visits to make certain your hearing aids are fine-tuned to provide you with the greatest benefit possible. Cleanings, discounted batteries, and reprogramming for new listening situations and environments are all part of the comprehensive better-hearing program we offer our patients.


Our advanced diagnostics are thorough, precise, and accurate, providing the most comprehensive picture available of what sounds and listening environments are particularly problematic for you in your desired lifestyle.


We have over 20 years of experience with interviewing patients, diagnostic testing, and understanding how better hearing can be brought into people’s lives. This experience allows us to develop a comprehensive better-hearing treatment plan that incorporates the most effective, custom-programmed solutions available.


Even the most advanced hearing aids can create frustration if they are not personally tailored to your level of hearing loss and lifestyle needs. We have vast experience matching patients with the best hearing aid options based on the results of their individual hearing tests. We use the most advanced fitting methods available to ensure that your devices are comfortable and provide you with maximum clarity.


We work with some of the world’s best manufacturers, who invest millions every year for research and development in order to offer an extensive array of options.

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