Audiology • Pure Tone Audiometry • Speech Audiometry • Conditioned Play Audiometry • Free Field Audiometry • Acoustic Immittance Audiometry/ Tympanometry • Newborn Hearing Screening • Otoacoustic Emissions (DPOAE & TEOAE) • Brainstem Auditory Evoked Responses (ABR / BERA) • Evaluation of the Cause of Tinnitus • Control And Monitoring of Hearing Aid • P300 Responses • Cochlear Implant* *What is Cochlear Implant? Cochlear Implant is applied under specific criteria for patients, who have severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss and do not benefit from hearing aids. Cochlear implant consists of an internal and external component. Incoming sounds are converted to electrical currents and directed to a number of contact points on the internal wire. This operation creates an electrical field, which directly stimulates the auditory nerve, thus hearing is achieved through the implant.