Hearing loss can arise from an array of possible causes. From outer ear and middle ear problems such as infection, ear drum perforation, cholesteatoma, or otosclerosis; to inner ear and neural involvement such as presbyacusis, Meniere's disease, or an acoustic neuroma. There are countless potential reasons for your hearing loss, and treatments will vary accordingly. Some ear problems will require medication or surgery, while others will be managed with counselling and hearing aids. For this reason, it is important to get the diagnosis right. As a result, we perform only comprehensive diagnostic assessments on our clients, nothing less. Without a correct diagnosis, how could you be sure the treatment recommended is the most appropriate?