Tasmanians get ready for an Audiology Revolution. Pristine Hearing will be opening an Audiology Clinic in Devonport to provide the people of Tasmania a better option when it comes to hearing healthcare. The Director and Senior Audiologist of Pristine Hearing learnt his trade in Devonport/Burnie Tasmania and it has always been a desire of his to open an Audiology Clinic in Tasmania. This wish will actually take place in August this year (2019).
We will be offering a full suite of audiologial services for both adults and children including hearing assessments, the latest digital hearing aids, tinnitus management, hearing aid repairs and servicing, central auditory processing assessment for children and much more. We will also become the first Audiology Clinic in Tasmania to offer our patients dry and gentle microsuction earwax removal.
As in Perth, our services will be provided at our clinic in Devonport but we will also offer home visits to nursing homes and your home. If you are a pensioner or veteran, you will be able to access our services for FREE.
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Pristine Hearing has been operating in Tasmania now for almost a year. We have helped many patients discover better hearing and have provided all with hearing aid options from a variety of the top hearing aid brands. Many of our patients have come to us having experienced poor patient care elsewhere. Many were only given the option of one brand of hearing aid even when they experienced poor outcomes with the same brand previously. Tasmanians deserve to be treated with the Pristine Hearing difference. We look forward to giving the people of Tasmania a better option and a better patient experience all round.
Give us a call on 1300 774 284 to discuss your next appointment today which can also be conducted from the comfort of your home using our innovative telehealth audiology service.
Michael is a very thorough and experienced Audiologist who takes pride in ensuring his patients are listened to, valued, respected and achieve the best results possible. He has worked as a Senior Audiologist seeing a broad case load from young infants right up to complex adults who require more specialised audiological care and management. Apart from Audiology, Michael has a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics from The University of Melbourne. When you see Michael for a consultation, you will wonder why you never saw him sooner.