Clinique GOTM offers audiology services in Montreal and the surrounding areas, including Laval, Longueuil, the South Shore, Lanaudière, and the North Shore.
What is audiology?
Audiology is a science that studies the sense of hearing. An audiologist is a professional who specializes in auditory health and communication. They can help patients of any age, along with family members, deal with hearing problems (deafness), tinnitus, and vertigo. An audiologist assesses these issues (deafness, tinnitus, vertigo) and helps the affected individual find ways to improve their communication skills and quality of life.
The audiologists at Clinique GOTM are members in good standing of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec
Why should you consult an audiologist?
Audiologists at Clinique GOTM can help adults, young and old alike, deal with:
- tinnitus (buzzing, hissing, constant sound in the ears or head)
- hearing problems
Who are our audiology services for?
Even though audiologists can intervene in a variety of situations, our audiology services are designed for adults of any age who want to better manage their tinnitus or improve their communication skills affected by a hearing impairment.
Tinnitus: this in-home audiology service is for adults who hear a ringing, buzzing, or any other type of sound when there is no external stimulus that causes it. This service is designed to help anyone dealing with tinnitus find various solutions to better manage it and to get the necessary referrals if needed.
Hearing impairment: this in-home audiology service is for adults who are experiencing hearing problems and have trouble communicating. These issues might appear when there is a lot of noise, when in groups, on the phone, etc. This service can teach affected individuals various techniques that can improve their daily life and communication skills. This service is offered to the hearing-impaired and their family.
What happens during an appointment with an audiologist?
First, the audiologist assesses the individual’s situation and symptoms in order to provide personalized advice. Clinique GO’s audiology services are consulting services.
Preparing for a meeting with a Clinique GOTM audiologist is relatively simple. You only require a quiet room where you feel comfortable and where the audiologist can take notes. If you have a loved one with whom you are having trouble communicating due to a hearing impairment, their presence is strongly encouraged.
For more information about our services, please contact us. You can also consult our fees.
Where do our in-home audiologists travel to?
Clinique GOTM provides in-home audiology services in Montreal and the surrounding areas, including the following cities: