Our Audiology Team in Yorkville

My name is Salima Jiwani.

I am an Audiologist. Scientist / Doctor. Professor. President-Elect of the Canadian Academy of Audiology. I am also a mom, a wife, a daughter, a sister and a grand-daughter.

To me, a happy life starts with communication. Hearing allows us to Communicate. Communication allows us to Connect – with our families, with our peers, with our friends, with strangers, with our surroundings and with ourselves.

I believe that Hearing Health Care should be Holistic. When I think of hearing loss, I think of all of the other symptoms that come with this loss: “Difficulty understanding, difficulty with conversations.” “Everyone always seems to mumble.” “Hearing in noise is so challenging.” “The ringing in my ears won’t go away.” “Everything sounds hollow.” “My ears hurt. My head hurts.” “Participating in social activities is hard.” “Having a family dinner is now challenging.” “I’m tired, I’m frustrated.” “Others are frustrated.” “I feel off-balance sometimes.” “I get dizzy spells.” “The room is always spinning”, and the list goes on.

At AudioSense Inc., we offer services to help with all of these symptoms, and we do this in a holistic way and with a personal touch, because we understand.

Strength and Experience is our forté. All of the services we provide are evidence-based. Because I have my Ph.D. all of the work that I do is based on new and current research. I try to innovate where I can, educate and offer the best hearing and balance service.

About AudioSense

AudioSense is a boutique hearing and balance clinic that provides quality audiological care in Yorkville, Toronto.

From the orange colour of the walls in our clinic, to the custom glass-enclosed soundbooth and the complimentary cappuccinos we offer to our clients, our premium services are customized to our patient's needs. All at affordable prices.

Call us at 416-901-4770 to book an appointment with our lead audiologist, Salima Jiwani, to hear better, regain your balance and connect with your world!
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