What is an Audiometric test?

Audiometry is a painless, noninvasive hearing test that measures a person’s ability to hear different sounds, pitches, or frequencies. This test will let you know how well your hearing function is performing. It will also test the balance issues, tone, and intensity of sound, and other related functions.

A physician in the process of audiometric test

Why Audiometric W/ interpretation is being performed?

An Audiometric W/ interpretation is being performed to determine the fact that how well you are able to hear. This is not always important to get through this process only if you are facing any hearing-related issue or noticeable loss of hearing, but this can also be done as a part of your routine hearing checkup.

Any damage to your ear or more exposure of loud sounds for a longer period of time can affect your hearing function in a negative way. So, if you are getting any trouble hearing people or other sounds then you must think about to get through the proper examination. The Audiometric W/ interpretation will let you know whether you are having a problem which needs to be treated in a proper way or it is nothing to be worried about.

Although most commonly hearing loss is being caused by older age but this problem can affect anyone. Therefore, it is always important to ensure proper functioning of your hearing, you can think about to get through an Audiometric W/ interpretation. SNOHC provides in house service for those with hearing impairments.

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