Ladner Hearing Clinic
Our Ladner Hearing Clinic is located in the Delta Village Chiropractic office and offers full audiology and hearing center services. We pride ourselves on providing our clients in Ladner hearing aids, exceptional care, and unrivaled service. Ladner audiologists understand that strong relationships and trust are required of us by our clients and we embrace this. We encourage family members to take part in their loved one’s journey to better hearing. We at the Ladner Hearing Clinic are delighted to be a part of this vibrant community and look forward to meeting you and helping you with your hearing care!
With over twenty years experience in the hearing healthcare industry, Marius has amassed a wealth of practical experience and knowledge that has been instrumental in skillfully caring for his clients’ hearing care needs.
After completing his studies as an electrical engineer, Marius was drawn into the hearing healthcare industry as a hearing aid dispenser. Marius owned multiple hearing clinics as well as a hearing aid manufacturing laboratory in South Africa.
Marius emigrated to Canada in 2007 with his family and joined Island Hearing in Victoria as a hearing aid dispenser before opening his own hearing aid clinics. In 2014, BC Hearing Services joined the NexGen Hearing fold. At NexGen, Marius continues to fulfill his passion for helping provide solutions for those suffering with hearing loss.
Location4882 Delta Street
Delta, BC V4K 2T8
Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed: Monday-Friday 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
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Types of Hearing Loss
There are numerous types of hearing loss including sensorineural, conductive or sometime a mixture of these categories. A hearing test at Ladner Hearing Clinic can determine the nature and degree of hearing loss. A hearing loss between 16-25 dB is thought to be very little and amounts to gently plugging each ear with your fingers. The next level is moderate hearing loss (26-40dB), and can result in not hearing brief words or the ends of words. It may be challenging to separate background sounds from speech in this category; listening devices are typically recommended for this level of hearing loss. Moderate hearing loss can make phone conversations difficult and cause as much as a 50% reduction in the understanding of speech from outside a 5-foot radius. This level of hearing loss can cause feelings of seclusion and disconnection. If symptoms are more extreme than these, you could have severe or even profound degrees of hearing loss. This can lead to serious lifestyle issues. Some people struggle with High-frequency hearing loss (1500Hz-8000Hz). With this condition, though speech and most other sounds may be viewed as loud enough, speech will be unclear and background noise will make the problem worse. To remedy this condition, newer hearing aids designs, which consist of open fit and receiver-in-the-canal, would be most appropriate. These designs permit the low frequency sounds to get in the ear canal normally while enhancing the higher frequency sounds to aid in speech understanding.