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Anne Marie Sinasac-Roy
Doctor of Audiology

Anne Marie Sinasac-Roy attend both the annual Canadian Academy of Audiology, and the American Academy of Audiology conferences, as well as other mini-conferences held throughout the year in an effort to stay in the forefront of the latest hearing aid technology and audiological research. All staff receive complete training in hearing aid modifications and repairs.  


At Lindsay Hearing Clinic, we advocate for the profound benefits of maintaining optimal hearing health. Good hearing is not merely the ability to perceive sound; it’s the cornerstone of our connection to the world around us and plays a vital role in our overall well-being.

  1. Enhanced Communication: Clear hearing facilitates effective communication, enabling meaningful interactions with loved ones, colleagues, and the broader community. From intimate conversations to professional engagements, good hearing fosters deeper connections and enriches relationships.

  2. Improved Quality of Life: Good hearing is synonymous with an improved quality of life. It allows us to fully enjoy the sounds of nature, appreciate music, and engage in activities that bring joy and fulfillment. Whether it’s the laughter of children, the melodies of a favorite song, or the soothing sounds of nature, preserving hearing health enhances our overall enjoyment of life’s experiences.

  3. Safety and Awareness: Hearing serves as a vital tool for situational awareness and safety. It alerts us to potential hazards in our environment, such as approaching vehicles, emergency alarms, or warning signals. By maintaining good hearing, we can navigate our surroundings with confidence and respond appropriately to potential dangers.

  4. Cognitive Function: Research indicates a strong correlation between good hearing and cognitive function. By staying actively engaged in auditory stimuli, we can help preserve cognitive abilities and reduce the risk of cognitive decline as we age. Good hearing supports mental acuity, memory retention, and overall cognitive vitality.

  5. Emotional Well-being: Hearing loss can have significant emotional and psychological impacts, leading to feelings of isolation, frustration, and diminished self-esteem. Conversely, good hearing promotes emotional well-being by fostering a sense of connection, belonging, and empowerment. It enables us to participate fully in social activities, maintain independence, and embrace life’s opportunities with confidence.

At Lindsay Hearing Clinic, we’re dedicated to preserving and enhancing your hearing health to unlock these myriad benefits and more. Through comprehensive evaluations, personalized treatment plans, and ongoing support, we empower individuals to embrace a life filled with clear, vibrant hearing. Schedule a consultation with us today and embark on a journey toward better hearing and a brighter future.


Hearing loss occurs when the tiny hair cells inside the ear become damaged. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including constant exposure to loud noises, side effects of illness or medication, or the natural aging process. Unfortunately, once these hair cells are damaged, they cannot be repaired. Hearing aids help to restore hearing and can help reconnect individuals to the world of sound around them.

Types of hearing loss

We provide comprehensive care and solutions for various types of hearing loss, including sensorineural and conductive hearing loss. Understanding these distinct types is crucial for effective diagnosis and treatment, empowering individuals to regain clarity in their auditory experiences.

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