Ultimate Hearing at Independent Hearing Solutions

Independent Hearing Solutions is your complete provider for hearing solutions. We know your hearing is important, which is why we go above and beyond to ensure every person who comes to us receives a customised hearing solution tailored to their needs.

The Independent Hearing Solutions Difference

At Independent Hearing Solutions, we pride ourselves on providing you with appropriate hearing solutions. That’s not where it ends for us, though. We know that ongoing support is just as important as the initial consultation, which is why we provide continuing care with high levels of service.

Convenient Brisbane & Gold Coast Locations

Aside from our main clinic in Cleveland, we have several locations throughout Brisbane. If you need an appointment with us to discuss your hearing options, you can find us at Cleveland, Alexandra Hills, Benowa and Cornubia. If you need a service or repair job completed, you may need to book an appointment. Please call us on (07) 3286 4549 to confirm if you need an appointment or if you can just call in.

Your Place or Ours?

Too busy to come to us? We can come and visit you in the convenience of your home or office at a time that suits you. There may be travel fees associated with this depending on your location and reason for appointment, so do contact us to find out more if this a service you may wish to utilise.

It’s good to know there are hearing instruments that let you treasure every moment. When you choose Independent Hearing Solutions, you can live your life with ease.

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Our world is full of infinite sounds. But how do we actually perceive them? Sounds are collected by the outer ear, which consists of the auricle and the external auditory canal. The sound is guided through the ear canal to the middle ear.

The sound arrives at the eardrum a flexible, circular membrane which starts to vibrate when sound waves strike it. The sound waves are passed on by the movement of the eardrum to the middle ear. In the middle ear are three tiny bones referred to as the hammer, the anvil and the stirrup. Collectively they are known as the ossicular chain.

These form a bridge from the eardrum to the entrance of the inner ear. Their interaction increases and amplifies the sound vibrations further before these are relayed fully into the inner ear via the oval window. In the inner ear is the cochlea, which is similar in shape to a snail shell. It contains several membranous sections which are filled with watery fluids.

When the sound waves vibrate the oval window, the fluid begins to move, thus setting minute hair cells in motion. These hair cells then transform the vibrations into electrical impulses, which are sent via the auditory nerve and on to the brain.

What we call ‘noises’ are actually just ‘sound waves’, which are transmitted through the air.

Top Brands and Technology

Part of our commitment to you involves us sourcing the best technology and most reliable brands, so you can be assured of quality. When you choose a hearing aid from us, you can feel confident that you are getting a solution that will provide you with the best results possible.

Hearing Solutions for a Range of Situations

Whether you’re out and about or just relaxing at home, hearing is important. From being aware of things like the doorbell, telephone or television through to listening in more challenging scenarios like the local shops, you rely on your ears for many things on a daily basis. This is why we provide a range of hearing aids that are designed for different levels of hearing loss and sensitivity. You don’t have to give up activities in the water, either – we also have waterproof options.

Your Complete Solution

When it comes to hearing aids, you should never compromise on quality. This is why we endeavour to bring you options for affordable hearing accessories designed to enhance your daily lifestyle, no matter what you’ve got planned.

To learn more about any of our hearing aid options, contact us or book a consultation with one of our experienced and friendly audiometrists.

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Our world is full of infinite sounds.

But how do we actually perceive them?

Sounds are collected by the outer ear, which consists of the auricle and the external auditory canal.

The sound is guided through the ear canal to the middle ear.

The sound arrives at the eardrum a flexible, circular membrane which starts to vibrate when sound waves strike it.

The sound waves are passed on by the movement of the eardrum to the middle ear.

In the middle ear are three tiny bones referred to as the hammer the anvil and the stirrup.

Collectively they are known as the ossicular chain.

These form a bridge from the eardrum to the entrance of the inner ear.

Their interaction increases and amplifies the sound vibrations further before these are relayed fully into the inner ear via the oval window.

In the inner ear is the cochlea which is similar in shape to a snail shell.

It contains several membranous sections which are filled with watery fluids.

When the sound waves vibrate the oval window, the fluid begins to move, thus setting minute hair cells in motion.

These hair cells then transform the vibrations into electrical impulses, which are sent via the auditory nerve and on to the brain.

What we call ‘noises’ are actually just ‘sound waves’, which are transmitted through the air.

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