Written by:

Meghan Robertson, M.Sc., Aud(C)

Meghan has a bachelor's degree in Physiology and Cell Biology from the University of Western Ontario and a master's degree in Audiology from the University of British Columbia. Inspired by her patients and community, she transitioned from hearing aid audiologist to working for Advanced Bionics in 2018, where she is currently a Clinical Specialist for East Canada. Along with her husband and daughter, Meghan lives in Northern Ontario, where she spends as much time as possible enjoying the outdoors.

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Binaural, bimodal, or bilateral? Hearing loss jargon defined

Fri, 25 Feb 2022 By Meghan Robertson

If words like pinna, cochlea and sensorineural aren’t part of your daily language – you aren’t alone. The amount of medical vocabulary surrounding hearing can make your head spin. Add in a hearing loss, and you aren’t sure if your audiologist said bilateral, binaural, or bimodal. This article will help clarify audiology terms and help you find the right solution for your hearing loss.