Hearing Health Care Services in Lindsay, ON

Due to continuing research and advancements in audiology, new techniques and technologies are developing rapidly. We pride ourselves by keeping up to date with these advancements. We have spent extensive time and resources to provide our clients with current information, so that they can make informed decisions.

Complete Audiological Assessments/ Hearing tests

Referral and reporting to Family Doctors, Ear Nose and Throat Specialists, and other health practitioners

Dizziness treatment - Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Hearing aid prescriptions

Up-to-date hearing aid counselling and assessments

Sales and services of hearing aids and hearing aid accessories

Wireless (Bluetooth cell phone, T.V. and other adapters)

Convenient repairs in our office by trained technicians

Swim plugs

Custom Earmolds for mp3 / iPod players

Musician's Custom Earmolds and protective filters



Hearing Aids

Try-Before-You-Buy Hearing Aid Is Now Available

We want you to be sure that the hearing aids you choose are exactly right for you. That’s why we let you take home and try out hearing aids at different levels of performance in the actual situations you need them. You decide what works best for you - before committing to buying.

With Flex Trial hearing aids, our clinicians are able to program your trial hearing aids to a number of different technology levels, for up to a four week period. This is a free service and you will leave the office with fully-functional hearing aids that can be tested at home, at work and anywhere else you go on a daily basis. 

We would be happy to tell you more about our hearing aid demo program. Contact us to find out more!


Dizzy & Balance Assessments

Dizziness is the #1 complaint of persons age 70 and older. Dizziness is the third most frequent complaint to the doctor after headache and lower back pain. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is the most common type of vertigo. The symptoms are provoked by a change in head position such as rolling over or getting out of bed. These symptoms last seconds to minutes.

Anne Marie Sinasac-Roy, Doctor of Audiology, and Brent Robinson, Registered Audiologist have had a 95% success rate for the treatment of BPPV. To determine if you are a candidate for this treatment, phone the office to schedule an appointment for assessment and treatment. The treatment is very gentle and involves moving your head into very specific positions. You will require someone to drive you home from the appointment. A follow-up appointment will also be scheduled.

Ready to find out more about dizziness?


What is Tinnitus?

“Tinnitus”, the perception of sound in the head when there is no outside sound source, is a symptom. Causes include exposure to loud noise, stress, injury, migraine headaches, hypertension, Ménière’s disease, drinking too much coffee, and even over-accumulations of earwax. “Ringing in the ears,” as it is commonly known, may also be a symptom of hearing loss. As tiny sensory “hair cells” in the inner ear are lost or damaged, it is interesting to note that the pitch of the tinnitus often coincides with the area of the maximal hearing loss. The good news is that proper fitting with a hearing instrument may not only relieve tinnitus, it can also help the tinnitus sufferer to hear better.
Using a hearing aid that is adjusted to carefully control outside sound levels may make it easier for you to hear. And the better you hear, the less you may notice your tinnitus. Anything you can do to limit your exposure to loud noise—by moving away from the sound, turning down the volume, or wearing earplugs—will help prevent tinnitus or keep it from getting worse. 

To schedule a consultation, please contact us .

P.S. The people most likely to suffer from tinnitus are older adults (over the age of 65) who develop age-related hearing loss. 

Wax Removal

Even if you clean your ears regularly (and not with Q-tips), ear wax can still become impacted and build up in the ear canal, trapping dirt. Impacted wax can also cause earaches, ringing in the ear (tinnitus), itching, and coughing.

Assistive Listening Devices

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