Brad Pope

I have been working as a clinical audiologist since 2004. I spent my initial 3 years employed as a Clinical Educator at the University of Canterbury Department of Communication Disorders, and since have focused exclusively on Adult Aural rehabilitation working in private practice. During my academic years, I received a number of scholarships which allowed me to contribute towards supporting the National New-born Hearing screening practices now utilised throughout New Zealand.

My clinical role gives me the privilege of being a part of the lives of many individuals I would not have normally known. The positive outcomes shared with each and every client helps shape my life, as we work together towards the goal of improving theirs. It’s truly rewarding to be a part of the positive change in people’s outlook on life and share the happiness brought to those who previously struggled with a hearing loss.

The very first step for anyone concerned about their hearing is to pick up the phone or walk into a clinic and ask for a hearing check at no cost. When you are ready we are here to help.

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*Hearing check at no cost is only available to adults aged 18 or above, excludes GP/ENT referrals.

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