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Edmonton Hearing Clinic

Hear Life Again With The Help Of Melody Hearing

Why Choose Melody Hearing Clinic?

60 Day Satisfaction Guarantee

Our goal at Melody Audiology is to provide unmatched service. There is a 60 day return policy on Hearing Aids. That way, you have a chance to integrate them into your life and decide if they are a good fit for you.


As hearing experts, we provide comprehensive testing and work with ENT specialists to ensure the care of your hearing health

Lifetime Care

We support our products and people with follow up cleaning and check-ups. We will even come to you if needed

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Our Products

The hearing aids provided by Melody Audiology are designed to help improve your quality of life. We offer a variety of models so that everyone can find the perfect fit for their needs, whether they’re looking for something discreet or feature-rich.

Our hearing specialists will work with you to ensure that your new hearing aid is fitted perfectly and helps you hear clearly and comfortably. Plus, we offer a 60-day trial period so you can be sure it’s the right fit for you before making a commitment.

Hearing Services

At Melody Audiology, we provide comprehensive hearing tests that assess your overall hearing health. Our experts are certified audiologists with the experience and knowledge to identify any issues with your hearing and recommend the best course of action for improving or maintaining it. Our hearing test looks at various factors related to how you understand different sounds-including pitch, loudness, and clarity-and the results help our audiologists determine the best solution for your individual needs. We are dedicated to providing excellent care and ensuring that you have access to the resources you need for optimal hearing health.

Contact us today to learn more about Melody Audiology’s comprehensive hearing tests and how we can help maintain or improve your hearing!

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Frequently Asked Question

FAQ Categories

Many insurance plans provide coverage for audiology services, including hearing assessments and hearing aids. However, coverage may vary depending on the specific insurance plan and individual circumstances. It is advisable to contact your insurance provider directly or consult with the audiology clinic for more information.

Audiology clinics generally accept various payment methods, including insurance plans, private pay, and government programs. It is recommended to contact the clinic ahead of time to verify the insurance coverage and discuss payment options. Some clinics may offer financing plans or assistance programs to help make services more affordable. Registered hearing aid practitioners strive to provide accessible care, Melody is also an official provider for Medicard, we are able to assist with hearing aid financing.

Yes, it is often encouraged to bring a family member or friend to your audiology appointment, especially for the initial assessment or hearing aid fitting. Having someone familiar with you can provide support, help remember important information, and participate in discussions about treatment options. Additionally, they may have valuable insights into your hearing difficulties and communication needs, contributing to a more comprehensive evaluation and improved treatment outcomes.

Conductive hearing loss occurs when there is a problem with the outer or middle ear that prevents sound from reaching the inner ear effectively. Sensorineural hearing loss, on the other hand, results from damage to the inner ear or the auditory nerve. It is the most common type of permanent hearing loss and is often associated with aging, noise exposure, genetics, or certain medical conditions. Registered hearing aid practitioners can assess your hearing and determine the type and cause of your hearing loss, which helps guide appropriate treatment options.

If you encounter issues with your hearing aids, there are a few troubleshooting steps you can take. First, check the batteries or ensure they are charged. Clean the hearing aids and make sure they are inserted properly. If problems persist, contact your registered hearing aid practitioner for further assistance. They can guide you through additional troubleshooting steps or schedule an appointment for a more comprehensive evaluation and necessary repairs or adjustments. It’s important not to attempt self-repairs, as this may cause further damage to the devices.

Think you may have hearing loss?

Our hearing tests are quick, painless, and extremely accurate. Test your hearing by visiting us for a comprehensive hearing evaluation.

We've moved! New Downtown Location Now Open!

Our new downtown clinic is located at
11104 102 Ave NW Unit #200,
Edmonton, AB T5K 2H4