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WHO WE ARE

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The History of Our Hearing Clinic

At Audiology Innovations in Calgary, we’re proud to be a leading provider of hearing tests and assistive listening devices throughout Canada. We’ve helped hundreds of people find the perfect hearing solutions for them, whether they’re in need of hearing aids, assistive listening devices, custom earplugs or listening training programs.

Our practice began in 2005 with one simple goal in mind: to change people’s lives. When Dr. Scarff opened the doors of Audiology Innovations Ltd., she dedicated her life to helping people hear the world better through innovative hearing loss solutions. As a registered audiologist with a doctorate in Auditory Science, Dr. Scarff has dedicated most of her practice to learning how the human brain changes after hearing loss, and what we can do to help reverse the effects of hearing loss.

Our practice philosophy stems from a growing body of research which shows significant quality-of-life improvements when hearing loss is treated early and continuously. Contact our hearing loss clinicians today to schedule an appointment with one of our passionate audiologists. If you’re interested in learning more about our certified audiologists, click on the staff names below!

CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EACH STAFF MEMBER

We are each here working hard to help you hear your world better!

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WHY CHOOSE US?

Our staff. We each have unique reasons why we want to help you hear better.

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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU

We want to know what each patient’s unique hearing challenges are. We therefore complete a thorough audiometric test battery as well as ‘listening in noise’ testing. This gives us a better understanding of the ‘real world’ hearing abilities you have.

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WHY DO SOMETHING NOW?

There is extensive research to show that early identification and treatment is critical to good brain health.