Company Description

Meet Amplifon
Amplifon is a global leader in hearing healthcare with over 10,000 clinics in 29 countries. With 70 years of experience, we’ve served more than 5 million satisfied customers, developing a deep understanding of how to care for customer needs. By choosing Amplifon Canada, you’re choosing to be cared for by qualified hearing professionals, who are here to help you get back to better hearing. Visit one of our clinics for a hearing test and learn more about the technology behind the hearing aids.
What is hearing loss?
Hearing loss is the partial or total inability to hear. It’s a common problem that can affect anyone. Also referred to as hearing impairment or deafness, hearing loss covers a wide range of categories and symptoms which can be caused by a variety of factors and circumstances.
Experience a Complimentary Hearing Test
Better hearing starts with Amplifon’s cutting-edge hearing test
Offering the most thorough hearing test in Canada, you can rest assured that you are in good hands. With our new state-of-the-art hearing testing platform, we can address your hearing loss concerns and look for a range of conditions that could be affecting your hearing health. If hearing loss is discovered, our trained Audiologists/ Hearing care professionals will take the time to create a personalized solution.
Why a hearing test?
Did you know 1 in 4 Canadians experience hearing loss? Whether you have noticed specific issues with your hearing, or simply want to provide you and your family peace of mind, our comprehensive hearing test will determine your current hearing level and if required, provide you with helpful recommendations for improvements. You’ll experience the test with a trained Audiologist/ Hearing care professional using the most advanced audiological methods.

When it's time to take a hearing test?
Anyone over the age of 50 is encouraged to have their hearing checked regularly. If you believe you are suffering the symptoms of loss or would like to just ensure you’re experiencing all the emotions of sound then don’t hesitate to request a complimentary test.

What happens during a hearing test?
Our hearing care professionals will take the time to listen and understand your hearing concerns. Then your professional will conduct a full audiological examination, including speech testing, to see how your current hearing affects real-life scenarios. Next, you’ll get to experience our cutting-edge Video Otosocopy, which is an easy & comfortable examine that allows us to safely see what’s happening inside your ears with a tiny camera. Finally, you’ll get peace-of-mind with instant results.

The role of audiometry and audiogram for hearing test
Audiometry is routinely performed by the audiologist or hearing care professional during your hearing assessment. There are two types of audiometry: the tonal that is used to measure your sensitivity to different types of sound to assess your level of hearing loss according to the frequencies
and the voice that evaluates your ability to understand speech.
Hearing test and audiometry
During your complimentary hearing assessment in an Amplifon clinic, the Audiologist/ Hearing care professional measures your sensitivity to different sound frequencies to obtain the curve of your hearing. This auditory examination is called tonal audiometry and the curve obtained at the end of this test is an audiogram. Depending on the result of your hearing test, our Audiologist/ Hearing care professional can assess your level of hearing loss. The audiogram shows your hearing threshold: you have normal hearing if your threshold is between 0 and 25 dB.

The Audiologist/ Hearing care professional also performs voice audiometry, which assesses speech comprehension.

What is an audiogram?

An audiogram is a graph that plots the results of your hearing test. During your hearing test, you will be asked to respond to sounds. Every time you respond the result is recorded and plotted on the graph. An Audiogram is used to help identify what level of hearing you have compared against normal hearing capabilities. It has the ability to show the level at which sound becomes uncomfortably loud for you. This is called the 'uncomfortable loudness level' (ULL).
Eric Lipschultz
Professional Experience
Eric has been working with Amplifon in the lower mainland since he became a registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner (RHIP). It is now a great privilege to work at the New Westminster Amplifon clinic and can have the opportunity to serve the communities hearing needs.

Eric is a graduate from the Douglas College Hearing instrument Dispensing Program and a Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner registered with the college of speech and hearing health care professionals of BC.

Favorite Part of Working with Amplifon Canada
To have the opportunity to meet and care for the members of the community and have the privilege to treat their hearing health care needs.

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