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​At AMG London, we aim to provide the highest quality healthcare professionals, all under one roof in the heart of London ON. That’s why we’re delighted that Elgin Audiology have a clinic here at AMG London, offering a full range of hearing and balance services for all ages. 

Elgin Audiology have been helping the people of Oxford Country hear better for over 25 years. As an independently-owned practice, the team at Elgin Audiology offer a range of hearing devices to suit all budgets, So, as the Elgin team say, “Everyone can afford to hear again”.

Professional help and advice at hours to suit you

All hearing and balance services are provided by university trained registered audiologists, who offer free adult consultations to discuss your hearing concerns. With flexible opening hours and appointments at convenient times bookable online, you can consult with the team at times that suit your lifestyle and commitments. 


Help with hearing loss

Hearing loss is often a gradual process. So, you may not always be the first to notice you’re not hearing as clearly as you used to. If family and friends are needing to speak up when you meet in noisy environments, it’s time to book a consultation with the team at Elgin Audiology! They will be able to assess your hearing, discuss your concerns, answer your questions, and prescribe solutions for improvement. 

Digital hearing aids

The new generation of digital hearing aids offers exceptional clarity in a wide variety of social and working situations. The latest hearing aids are often so small the only person who knows you are wearing them is you! The team at Elgin Audiology will always work with you to identify the best type of hearing aid to suit your degree of hearing loss, the size and shape of your ear and ear canal, and your environment. 

Lyric Hearing Aids – the contact lens for your ears

Wouldn’t it be great to have a hearing aid that is 100% invisible when in place? That has a battery that lasts up to 120 days, not 120 hours? That’s waterproof yet breathable, for 24/7 wear without worry? Sound good? 

Ask the team at Elgin Audiology about the Lyric hearing aid – call the team at 519-873-1500 or 1-888-815-2306, or book an appointment online

Tinnitus assessment and treatments

Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is the presence of sound such as buzzing ringing and humming. It can be triggered by a variety of causes, including a middle ear infection, earwax build-up, ‘glue ear’, and age-related hearing loss. Around 30% of adults will experience tinnitus at some point in their lives, with around 10% suffering from persistent tinnitus. That equates to around 360,000 Canadians living with chronic tinnitus.

Tinnitus can be associated with inner ear damage caused by repeated exposure to loud noises, usually work-related. It can also be triggered by Ménière’s disease, a condition that can cause hearing loss and induce vertigo (a spinning sensation). 

Tinnitus and blood pressure

While not a direct cause of tinnitus, if you have high blood pressure, hypertension or high stress levels, your tinnitus may be more noticeable.

Professional, pain-free tinnitus and hearing assessments The Elgin Audiology team will assess your tinnitus and its likely cause, and help treat it accordingly. They can also advise you on ways to prevent ear damage or hearing loss, including earmolds, swim molds, and custom hearing protection, as well as hearing loss prevention programs. Talk to the team if you are exposed to high level of noise, from working with power tools to playing in a band, for specialist hearing protection solutions.

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