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Hearing Conditions

Hearing health is important to leading a happy and fulfilling life.

At Neurosensory, we provide the most advanced diagnostic services and hearing health solutions available.

You can be assured that our experienced Audiologists will thoroughly investigate all ear problems.

Hearing Loss and You

Hearing loss can be gradual and typically occurs over many years. In the early stages, it isn’t always obvious but can still impact on communication and quality of life.

Hearing loss is not uncommon, with 1 out of every 3 people over the age of 60 experiencing hearing difficulties.

Recognise the early signs to look out for, typical causes and some tips on managing a hearing loss.

Hearing Loss in Adults and Older Children

Hearing loss is experienced differently from person to person. It affects more than one in six Australians and if you are over 50 this statistic is 2 in 5. When left untreated, it can have a negative impact on quality of life.


Hearing Loss in Babies and Young Children

Hearing loss left untreated in babies and young children can have a negative impact on the development of their vital speech and listening skills, inhibiting their ability to cope with school and work in the long-term.


Dizziness and Balance Disorders

Dizziness is a common phenomenon and is one of the most common health problems experienced by adults. Accurate diagnosis is essential for effective management and treatment. Neurosensory uses advanced diagnostic equipment, specially designed to detect a whole range of dizziness and balance disorders.



Tinnitus is a common condition, and whilst for some people it can be just be an occasional annoyance, for others it can have a significant impact on their daily life. Some people have tinnitus now and then, whilst for others it is a constant, debilitating noise, which disrupts sleeping cycles.


Auditory Processing Disorder and Learning Difficulties

An Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is when the brain doesn’t correctly make sense of the sounds it hears. A child with APD can usually understand directions when said in a quiet room but will often have trouble hearing in noisier places.