1. Cochlear implantation
- Cochlear implantation in children and infants for urgent surgical correction of profound congenital and early acquired hearing loss.
- It is done in the elderly and adults for the management of hearing loss refractory and non-responsive to optimized hearing aids and other non-surgical measures.
- Cochlear implantation in the management of single-sided hearing loss.
- Cochlear implantation in previously operated mastoid cavities and discharging ears with chronic otitis media.
- Cochlear implantation in cochlear ossification and otosclerosis and post meningitis.
- Individualised approach to cochlear implantation:
- Hearing preservation cochlear implantation surgery
- Individualised approach to implant candidates
- Wide array of electrode and implant portfolios
- Combined electroacoustic hearing considerations.
- State of the art Cochlear Implantation candidacy evaluation and post-implantation auditory-visual rehabilitation and neural mapping.
- Bilateral cochlear implantation considerations.
- Revision Cochlear implantation surgery in previously failed or extruded implants.
2. Other implantable devices:
- Bone anchored hearing devices such as Bone Anchored Hearing Implant/Aid (Cochlear) and MedelBonebridge: For the management of congenital or acquired conductive or mixed hearing loss with the predominant conductive component.
- Active middle ear implantable devices: Medel Vibrant Soundbridge
3. Non-surgical hearing rehabilitation of acquired hearing loss in adults and children using digitally programmable hearing aids using state of the art audiology set up and experts.
4. Contemporary tinnitus management through tinnitus retraining therapy and tinnitus masking devices through audiology experts
5. Surgical management of the discharging ear in chronic otitis media:
- Reconstruction of perforated eardrum/tympanic membrane
- Reconstruction of middle ear ossicles and hearing mechanism.
- Mastoidectomy for the eradication of the disease from the middle ear and mastoid bone
6. Surgical management of Otosclerosis/ossicular fixation through the state of the art titanium and nitinol prosthesis
7. Surgical and non-surgical management of Meniere’s disease for the remission of vertigo attacks. Meniere's disease:
- State of the art diagnostic evaluation for possible Meniere's disease and the entire gamut of minimally invasive to surgical solutions for the management of vertigo and rehabilitation of hearing loss ranging from labyrinth sparing to labyrinthine ablative procedures