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100 Mile House Hearing Clinic

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Imagine being able to hear clearly, effortlessly.

Everyone experiences hearing loss differently. Whether caused by aging, exposure to noise, injury or other conditions, the one constant, however, is that the loss of your hearing can significantly impact the quality of your life and your relationships with others.

But whatever the cause of your hearing loss, and however it impacts your life, the solution is always combination of three things: the right attitude, the right practitioner and the right product.

At 100 Mile House Hearing Clinic, we’ll explain the process and provide information about your hearing loss without making your head spin with a bunch of technical jargon.

Do you have questions about hearing loss?

Our job is to make your life easier. One way we can do that is by giving you straight answers to your hearing-related questions.

If you don’t find an answer to your question here on our website, please call us at 250.395.3251 or stop by our office in the heart of 100 Mile House. Don’t worry, we’re not going to try to sell you anything or convince you that you need hearing aids. We’re simply here to answer your questions and give you any additional information you require.

If and when you’re ready to take things further, you can book a hearing assessment. Then, if it turns out you do have hearing loss, you’ll find out exactly what you can do about it. We’ll talk to you about your hearing, explain your options and show you a variety of solutions that could improve your life significantly. In the end, though, it's always up to you.

We feel so fortunate to be able to serve our friends and neighbours in 100 Mile House and the south Cariboo. If you’re ready to take the next step — or the sometimes-scary first one — please, contact us today.

Signs of Hearing Loss

  • Do you have to strain to follow conversations – especially in noisy environments?
  • Do you feel exhausted or annoyed after long discussions?
  • Do you often ask people to repeat themselves, speak up or talk more clearly?
  • Does your spouse get upset because the TV is too loud?