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Hearing Tests

Hearing tests in Melbourne & Wodonga

When you come in for an initial hearing test consultation at Hearing Professionals at any of our clinics across Melbourne and in Wodonga, we could use a variety of hearing test procedures, which will vary based on reasons for your hearing assessment. Common types of hearing assessments include:

  • Hearing Checks or Screening
  • Full clinical hearing test (1 hour+)
  • Hearing assessments for children and infants

Regardless of what form you hearing test takes, hearing assessments are never painful or invasive procedures – so you have nothing to worry about.

Furthermore, you do not require a GP referral to arrange a hearing test. Just contact us directly by phoning 1300 768 108 or using the Make an Appointment form found here.

Extra tools and resources

  • Unsure of whether you are showing sign of hearing loss? Take our quick online hearing test.

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