Atticus Health is excited to announce a new audiology service now available for all patients. Our new audiologist is Michelle Esparon.
We aim to provide audiology services to you by:
A GP referral isn’t required. Book an appointment straight away to start seeing our audiologist. Read further about why you should see an audiologist.
With over 20 years of experience, Michelle Esparon is a Melbourne University trained audiologist who graduated with a Master of Clinical Audiology in 2000. The first 10 years saw Michelle working as an audiologist and then a manager, with Australian Hearing. Wanting to get back to patient focused hearing care, she decided to branch off on her own and set up her own audiology practice. This experience so far has helped her gain a wide range of experience in the ever changing field of audiology.
As a mum of teenage boys and a daughter to ageing parents, Michelle knows how important hearing is to facilitate communication between you and your family. She strives to improve your hearing, so that you can get the most out of life. Services offered by Michelle include:
Michelle does all of the above for clients eligible for the Hearing Services Program as she is an accredited audiologist with the Hearing Services Program. Eligible clients who have a pension, concession card or DVA card, obtain free annual hearing assessments, subsidised hearing devices and annual hearing aid adjustments (Health Care Card holders are not eligible for free services).
Atticus Audiology isn’t just a service for the hard of hearing. The following patients would benefit from audiology services as well:
Michelle is able to test kids over the age of 4.
Michelle will be conducting services as well as selling products (hearing aids mainly) as the audiologist.
To learn more, please book online below or call 1300 268 431 to make an appointment with Michelle to begin your audiology journey at Atticus Health.