At the Munk Hearing Centre, we provide comprehensive diagnostic hearing assessments for all of our patients. There is no charge for this service as hearing tests are covered by OHIP (please bring a referral from your physician if the service you are requesting is a hearing test only).
A hearing assessment with us will include the following:
Other Tests (At Discretion of Audiologist)
Hearing Aid Evaluation
Every hearing aid evaluation at the Munk Hearing Centre includes a detailed overview of the results from your hearing test.
During your appointment, the audiologist will determine your candidacy for hearing aids and will make recommendations based on your individual needs.
Counselling - Hearing Loss & Prevention
At the Munk Hearing Centre, we recognize the importance of education and prevention when it comes to hearing loss. We take the time to counsel our patients on the type of hearing loss that is present (e.g. sensorineural, conductive or mixed) and are happy to address any questions you might have.
Hearing loss prevention is important. An audiologist can help you to determine which situations require hearing protection and can make recommendations according to your needs.
Hearing Aid Dispensing, Fitting & Follow-up
Following the hearing aid evaluation appointment, patients return to the clinic within 2-3 weeks for the hearing aid fitting.
During this appointment, the hearing aids are programmed for the patient’s specific hearing loss.
For those who experience bothersome tinnitus, we now offer a program called Progressive Tinnitus Management (PTM).
PTM is a cost-effective program that has been adopted by the Department of Veteran's Affairs in the United States.
Sessions are currently being offered on Tuesday afternoons.
At the Munk Hearing Centre, we know that education and prevention are key to helping musicians and music lovers continue to enjoy music long into the future. We give you the tools you need, from full audiological assessments to fitting of appropriate hearing protection, so you can continue to enjoy music without long-term harm.
Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD)
Our audiologists are experienced in the assessment and management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD) and provide specialized services such as hearing aid fittings and auditory training. We offer a range of hearing devices and technologies to help our patients manage their hearing loss and improve their quality of life.