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Hearing Rehabilitation

Delhi, Noida, & Patna

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Who We Are

Clinic where we understand that addressing a patient's unique listening needs is the key to helping him/her.

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Our Services

We offer best treatment and diagnostic services to address your unique listening needs.

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Our Products

Cochlear Implant system, Hearing Aids, BAHA,Middle Ear Implant, Auditory Brainstem Implant(ABI)

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Welcome to SpHear Speech & Hearing Clinic in Delhi, Noida & Patna

Here you can get the best speech & hearing solutions for voice disorders & communication disorders and find happiness!

A hearing and speech clinic  where we understand that addressing a patient’s unique listening needs is the key to helping him/her. SpHear Clinic is an optimum hearing and speech clinic that offers personalized hearing, speech and communication services, in addition to the latest hearing device technology.

We are qualified and experienced professionals and speech therapists dedicated to helping all people, regardless of their age, to improve communication and vocational independence for life. Our speech therapy clinic in Noida is a great place for your child so that he/she will get the best treatment with personalized care.

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SpHear Speech & Hearing Clinics where we understand that addressing a patient’s unique listening needs

Audiology Services


Identification and intervention of hearing loss are available to monitor your child’s hearing. We are committed ...
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Speech - language therapy


The program is designed to provide consultation, support, and treatment to kids & adults who ...
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Adult Hearing Loss


SpHear clinic offers a range of testing and diagnostic service to evaluate cognitive skills, neurodevelopmental ...
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Hearing Devices, Diagnostics & Audiological Services

Complete Voice Disorders, and Speech & Language Therapy 

Cochlear Implant By SpHear Clinic Delhi

Cochlear Implant System

These days many people suffer from mild-to-moderate hearing loss problem and hearing aids ...
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Auditory Brainstem Implant By SpHear Clinic Delhi

Auditory Brainstem Implant

An Auditory Brainstem Implant (ABI) is a modified cochlear implant intended to ...
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Middle Ear Implant By SpHear Clinic

Middle Ear Implant

The Middle Ear Implant is a newer technology approved by the FDA in 2002. After this ...
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Bone Anchored Hearing Aid By SpHear Clinic


The Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA)is a surgically implanted system which worksthrough...
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Hearing Aid By SpHear Clinic Delhi

Hearing Aids

Many people like to go for completely in the canal (CIC) hearing aids as they are ...
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Our Team - Speech Hearing & language Therapist


Ms. Neevita Narayan

Director & Audiological Consultant
Priyanka Sharma Team SpHear - Speech & Hearing Specialists Clinic

Priyanka Sharma

Sr. Speech & Language Therapist

Kamlesh Team SpHear - Speech & Hearing Specialists Clinic


Sr. Speech & Language Therapist
Anushree Team SpHear Speech & Hearing Specialist Clinic


Sr. Speech & Language Therapist

Speech & Hearing F.A.Q

Hearing loss, or hearing impairment (say: im-pare-ment), happens when there is a problem with one or more parts of the ear or ears. Someone who has hearing loss or impairment may be able to hear some sounds or nothing at all. Degree of hearing loss refers to the severity of the loss which can vary from Mild, Moderate, Severe to Profound based on hearing loss range in decibels (dB HL). People also may use the words deaf, deafness, or hard of hearing when they’re talking about hearing loss.

Hearing impairment may be caused genetically, or by problems during pregnancy and childbirth. These include:
  • Premature birth
  • Conditions during birth in which a baby lacks enough oxygen to breathe
  • Rubella, Syphilis or certain other infections in a woman during pregnancy
  • Use of ototoxic drugs (a group of more than 130 drugs, such as the antibiotic gentamicin) during pregnancy
  • Jaundice or Meningitis can damage the auditory nerve in a newborn baby
  • Infectious diseases such as Meningitis, Measles, Mumps and Chronic ear infections can lead to hearing impairment, mostly in childhood, but also later in life
  • Head injury or injury to the ear
  • Wax or foreign bodies blocking the ear canal can cause hearing loss at any age
  • Excessive noise, including working with noisy machinery, exposure to loud music or other loud noises, such as gunfire or explosions, can damage the inner ear and weaken hearing ability.
  • Ageing

Hearing impairment can impose a heavy social and economic burden on individuals and their families. Hearing impairment in children may delay development of language and cognitive skills, which may hinder progress in school. In adults, hearing impairment often makes it difficult to obtain, perform, and keep employment. Hearing impaired children and adults are often stigmatized and socially isolated.

Hearing loss can be categorized by which part of the auditory system is damaged. The three basic types of hearing loss are:

  • Conductive hearing loss occurs when sound is not conducted efficiently through the outer ear canal to the eardrum and the tiny bones (ossicles) of the middle ear. Conductive hearing loss usually involves a reduction in sound level or the ability to hear faint sounds. This type of hearing loss can often be corrected medically or surgically.
  • Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) occurs when there is damage to the inner ear (cochlea), or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss can mostly be treated through a hearing device (Hearing Aids or Cochlear Implant)
  • Mixed hearing loss. Sometimes a conductive hearing loss occurs in combination with a sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). In other words, there may be damage in the outer or middle ear and in the inner ear (cochlea) or auditory nerve. When this occurs, the hearing loss is referred to as a mixed hearing loss.
Hearing aids are small electronic devices fitted into the ear canals that amplify sound and can help to restore many of the sounds that hearing-impaired people are missing.

Two ears are always better than one. Wearing two hearing aids provide:

  • Helps in localizing the sound source
  • Improves listening in noisy situations
  • Provides better overall hearing

A cochlear implant (CI) system is a surgically implanted electronic device that provides a sense of sound to a person who is suffering with profound or severe to profound degree of hearing loss and derives little or no benefit from hearing aids. The cochlear implant system is often referred to as a bionic ear as well. It consists of 2 parts – surgically implantable Cochlear Implant and external Sound Processor fitted after 3 weeks of surgery.

Hearing aids are fitted into ear canal, amplifies the sound to compensate hearing loss. It makes use of natural damaged hearing pathway by transmitting a louder sound into the ears. Whereas a Cochlear Implant is a hearing prosthesis which by-passes the natural hearing pathway and directly stimulates the nerves ending into the inner ear (cochlea).

Candidacy for cochlear implantation is mainly determined by a team of specialists which includes an otologist (ear doctor), an audiologist and a speech therapist. At times, for paediatric cases, psychologist and paediatrician are also involved.

  • Suffering with Severe to Profound degree of bilateral hearing loss
  • Getting little or no benefit from hearing aids
  • Paediatric Candidacy: For the best hearing outcome a congenital hearing impaired child should be implanted as soon as possible after the birth. US-FDA guidelines recommend that the minimum age of implant is 12months.
  • Adult Candidacy: An adult post-lingual hearing impaired candidate is recommended to get their implant soon after she/he has acquired hearing loss.

Speech Therapy for children post hearing aids/ cochlear implantation fitting is an accepted part of the hearing process. Indeed, many clinics feel it is so important that they require parents of young children to sign an agreement laying out family responsibilities for speech therapy after hearing aids/ cochlear implant fitting. A young child with a hearing aids/ cochlear implant and her family require a comprehensive speech therapy program to help her utilize the auditory signal and to naturally integrate the various components of communication including listening, speech, language, reading and thinking.

Client Testimonials

I am totally satisfied with the doctor and staff. My all issues and queries related to cochlear implant are solved now. I am heartily thankful to the doctor.
Arrnav Agarwal
Very nice doctor. I recommend her. She was very nice to me and heard my problem very well. Definitely recommended for others.
Ankur Malhotra
She is very good and understanding. She deals greatly with my 2 yes 9 months old daughter. I am completely satisfied.
Manha Zia
Experience was very good with the Dr. Amit kishore and we r very happy with the progress of kashika.
Kashika Gandhi
The experience has largely been OK. We were well received and treated most of the time. We got the information we needed. Staff sent us appointment confirmations and reminders. We hope the after sale services will be just as good e.g. can call for support or if we have additional questions. Thank you.
Dennis Obwoge Nyamao
Sphear clinic is a good clinic for speech therapy. Here I have completed two months course speech therapy of my child. I have some recommendations. Class time should be increased. Class cost should be reduced. Device cost, device accessories cost should be reduced by contracting with the company. I also seek help in future. Overall it is a good clinic.
Master Muhtadi Hossain
It is good clinic and good service also. Doctors treated well. The prescription was good. Quite a good panel of doctors.
Eeshma Goyal
it is very good clinic. And give service on the time. Doctor treated very good. And solved all of questions our. Give report on the
Annu kumari
The doctor is nice and cooperative.. My daughter stays happy with her. She guides the parents and prepares them for dealing with diya
Diya Batra
I liked the ambience of the clinic a lot. The staff is very polite and have good experience. I look forward to a long relationship with your clinic.
David Sujay John

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