Speciality Ear Nose
Throat Hospital
Satyam Towers, 90 Feet. Road,
Behind HDFC Bank,
Kandivali (E), Mumbai- 101,
India. Phone: (022) 28547525
Email- doctor@enthospital.com
  Hearing Loss Solutions  Adult He



Audiologist & Speech Language Pathologist
Mr. Sunil Patil


 Mr. Sunil Patil  completed MASLP & BASLP from Bharti Vidyapeeth University  Pune in the year 2010. In 2005 he completed his DHLS from AYJNIHH (SRC) Secunderabad.

Hearing Loss Assessment & Solutions

Adult Hearing Assessment
Obtaining a comprehensive hearing evaluation is typically the first step in determining if a hearing loss is present. We perform a variety of tests to help determine the amount and type of hearing loss present. Following evaluation the results are shared with your ENT physician, to help determine the best way to treat your hearing or balance problem.

On your first visit to  Specialty ENT Hospital, your audiologist will start by asking you questions about your medical and hearing history. This is called the case history. Next, the audiologist will look into your ears using a light, called an otoscope, and check for anything in the ear canal that might affect the test results or require referral to your doctor. Finally, the audiologist will conduct a test or series of tests to assess:

Whether there is a hearing loss
The cause of the hearing loss (to the extent possible)
The degree and configuration (one or both ears) of hearing loss
The best treatment options

Tests may include:

Pure tone Audiometry (PTA)


Tympanometry (Immittence)

Hearing Assessment in Infant and Children
Conditioning Audiometry/ VRA/ BOA       Oto-acoustic Emissions (OAE)
Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA/ABR)


Hearing Rehabilitation
Hearing Rehabilitation (also known as auditory or audiologic rehab) is the process of providing training and treatment to improve hearing for those who are hearing impaired. Hearing rehabilitation services focus on adjusting to hearing loss, making the best use of hearing aids, exploring assistive devices, managing conversations, and taking charge of communication.

Behind The Ear (BTE)
  • Cosmetically appealing
  •  Snugly fits at the ear level
  • Easy to wear
  • Customer's first choice
  • Available in two types - Programmable  and Non-Programmable 
In The Canal (ITC)
  • Custom fit hearing aid
  • Suitable up to severe hearing loss
Completely In the Canal (CIC)
  • Dream hearing aid for persons with hearing impairment
  • Virtually invisible hearing aid
  • Suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss
Cochlear Implant
  • Suitable for severe to profound hearing loss category (both the ears) and no significant benefit with hearing aid
  • Surgically implanted device
  • One of the preferred solutions for complete deafness
  • Requires team work of professionals and family member
  • Long term process