Ace Audiology Melbourne
ACE Audiology Melbourne first opened in December 2012, initially in Balwyn, before moving to our own custom built premises at the Bulleen Plaza in Bulleen. Across time we built our fledgling business into a very robust clinical service and expanded our services into children and specialized diagnostics. During this time I completed my AuD (Doctorate) from A. T. Still University in the US which gave me a a broader insight into my profession and enhanced my clinical knowledge significantly. I am delighted that many of our client's come from far and wide, recognizing our service excellence, friendly natures and that they will receive good value from us.
ACE Audiology is different. We have taken a vocational approach to our work, focusing on the client need first and foremost. We do this in a variety of means by looking at the whole person. Everyone is unique and what is applicable to one may not apply to the other. We have taken the pro active approach to build a sound field booth so we may assess infants under the age of three, acquired Videonystagmography to assess and assist those with balance disorders and further advanced technology to look at the cochlea hair cells with Otoacoustic measures. We strive to bring the latest in clinical methodology to our work and continue to invest in wax management service equipment to make the process as quick and comfortable as possible. We build on our client surveys to ensure patient feedback is taken on board to build a better service for you.
Dr Yazdaneh Galt
Yazdaneh Galt arrived in Australia in the early 90s with her two children and in 1999 completed her Bachelor in Psychology from Queensland University of Technology. She then pressed on to complete her Master in Clinical Audiology from Macquarie University and then completed her Doctorate from Arizona School of Health Science, making her amongst the few Australian Audiologists to have aspired to and obtained the highest professional qualification. For the last two decades she has worked as an Audiologist in Melbourne focusing on hearing assessment, counselling and hearing aid dispensing. She has received numerous awards over the years inclusive of a “Going the Extra Mile Award”, “Excellence in Clinical Audiology” and a much coveted “Outstanding Practitioner of the Year” in 2010. In recent years services have expanded to include comprehansive wax management, paediatrics and the test and treatment of balance disorders. Her two children are successful Melbourne based professionals. Her son is a Science honours graduate and Audiologist now currently studying Medicine. Yazdaneh’s daughter is an award winning film director/writer that Graduated from Melbourne University VCA. Yazdaneh's husband also works in health care. In 2023 her daughter, Noora, premiered her feature film "Shayda" inspired by Yazdaneh's early life in Australia. The film won the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award 2023 and had been purchased by Sony Pictures Classic, set for general release in Australia in October. The lead role of Shayda is performed by Cannes best actor 2022 Zar Amir Ebrahimi.