Regina Hearing Services Inc. provides many audiological services.
Who Will Provide the Service?
An audiologist with:
- A master’s degree in audiology and an undergraduate in Speech Language Pathology (six years university training)
- Certification with the Canadian and American Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.
- Membership in both the Saskatchewan Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists and the Canadian Academy of Audiology
What is an Audiologist?
- Audiologists are the professionals dedicated to helping people with hearing problems. Audiologists conduct comprehensive diagnostic hearing assessments to determine the type and severity of hearing loss.
- Audiologists also conduct hearing device evaluations leading to the proper fitting of hearing devices. In addition, our audiologists provide follow-up care for patients and family members to ensure success with their hearing.
What is an Audiological Evaluation?
- Pure Tone Audiometry consisting of air and bone conduction measurements
- Immittance testing which assesses middle ear function, including membrane mobility, middle ear pressure, acoustic reflexes, and reflex decay
- Speech Audiometry, which assesses a patient’s ability to discriminate and comprehend speech in both noise and quiet
- Tinnitus Evaluation
- Otoacoustic Emission testing
Regina Hearing Services Inc. is a Third Party Service Provider for:
- Veterans Affairs Canada
- Workers’ Compensation Board national provider (all provinces)
- Department of National Defense and Canadian Forces
- First Canadian Health
- Saskatchewan Government Insurance