Hearing Health Care Professionals in Moncton, Saint John, Miramichi and Riverview
Argus Audiology is a family-owned and operated hearing service centre. We employ bilingual audiologists, hearing aid specialists and technicians. Argus Audiology has been proudly serving Southern New Brunswick since 1978 and now with four convenient clinics: Moncton, Saint John, Miramichi and Riverview.
All our clinics have state-of-the-art equipment to evaluate, fit, and service all types of hearing aids and hearing protectors. Since every patient is different, has different needs and life habits, our team members do everything in their power to provide you with a personalized, yet professional service.
UNTREATED HEARING LOSS AND SOUND DEPRIVATION: DON'T RISK IT
Your ears receive sound, but it's your brain that processes the sound and makes sense of it. The auditory part of your brain needs sound stimulation to stay sharp.
Use it or lose it:
If hearing loss is left untreated, auditory pathways can waste away because they're not being used. This can lead to more difficulty for the brain to process and discern words and sounds.
Consequently, the brain works extra hard to piece together what is being said or make sense of sounds its hearing. This often leads to auditory fatigue, stress, frustration, depression, and sometimes self-isolation.
Latest research shows a direct link between hearing loss, memory loss and dementia.
"Having played in a pipe band for the last number of years as a drummer, and realizing the need for ear protection, I made the decision to obtain some musicians ear protection. I am a new user of these earplugs, and have found them to be of benefit while playing with the band. Pipes and drums can be very loud at our practices, but the plugs allow me to hear my fellow bandsmen, and still be able to play to the sounds we need to hear for the unison in the drum corps and with the full band. Thank you Argus Audiology for your suggestion to obtain and wear these protective devices. My career as a drummer can now continue , I hope for many years of listening and playing pleasure. I would strongly recommend these, and I am seeing more and more fellow players wearing ear protection – truly good “sound” advice!"
- DAVE G.
‘If you answer "yes" to one or more of these questions, you may need a hearing test, call one of our 4 clinics to schedule an appointment today!
Do you have difficulty discerning the words when people are speaking to you?
Do you find it difficult to clearly perceive certain high pitch voices (often women's or children's) ?
Do you find yourself inadequately answering or responding to people?
Do you often ask people to repeat themselves?
Do you have a hard time following conversations in a noisy environment?
Does hearing impairment run in your family?
Do people's speech sound like mumbles at times?
Do you watch television or listen to the radio at higher than normal volumes?
Do you find yourself avoiding social settings because of your hearing?