Contact Us:

Central Tel: 031.309.5798
Central Fax: 086.610.0308

Durban Central / CBD
1104 Durban Medical Centre (attached to City Hospital)
94 Charlotte Maxeke Street
Durban 4001

On the Ridge
Suite 7 Medical Centre West
Entabeni Hospital
South Ridge Road
Tel: 031.261.1991

N2 Highway / Queen Nandi Drive
Ethekwini Hospital and Heart Centre, Riverhorse Drive
Riverhorse Vally Business Estate
Queen Nandi Drive

Further North
Life Mt Edgecombe Private Hospital
Suite 7 North Coast Medical Centre
163 Redberry Drive
Tel: 031.502.6391

All our facilities have parking available.

Did You Know

If you’re exposed to loud music through MP3 players, disco or taxi music or industrial noise over a protracted period, you may cause non-reversible damage to your hearing?

Who we are

It’s not about us! It’s really about you, as you are the primary focus of our efforts. Our task is to assemble the team and resources to best serve your interests. Our qualifications and experience is important , and we’re sure that we have enough of that!

Preggie Naidoo qualified as an audiologist and speech therapist at Wits University in 1978 , and has had extensive training both overseas and locally since. He did the postgraduate NDT course at Tygerberg Hospital /Univ Stellenbosch and qualified as a neurodevelopment therapist . He did the certified ICS ENG course( for assessment of dizzy patients) in New York, Deep canal hearing aid fitting, Hearing aid modification and repair courses at Starkey in Minneapollis USA, and attended conference and workshops on hearing aid and related technologies in the USA .He was invited to participate in the IDA Institute Seminars on Hearing Partnerships in Copenhagen Denmark. He has worked in hospital, education , and private practice, and keeps abreast of developments in the field by regular attendance at academic events.

Ms Avashnie Naidoo qualified in 2005 at Univ. KwaZulu Natal, worked in special education before joining the practice as a speech therapist.

Nerisha Pillay (Audiologist) graduated in 2008 at the University of Kwa Zulu Natal in Bachelor of Communication Pathology. She then went on to complete her community service in Greytown Hospital. Nerisha recently joined the practice in 2010. Her interests lie in the field of paediatric audiology and hearing aid fittings. Nerisha is also a parent adviser in Hi Hopes a non profit organisation providing home based early intervention support to families with children who have hearing loss.

Cheryl Govender holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Therapy and Audiology from the University of Durban-Westville. She recently returned to South Africa having spent 7 years at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in the Republic of Ireland, a specialist accredited organization dedicated to the provision of comprehensive post-acute inpatient rehabilitation for patients with acquired brain injury. Her areas of clinical specialism include the assessment and management of communication and swallowing disorders in patients with high level cervical spine injury and acquired brain injury secondary to stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral anoxia, toxic and metabolic insults, infections and tumours. The patient profile with which she worked comprised profound brain injury, disorders of consciousness, partial or total loss of speech, voice, language and cognitive-communication requiring various levels of intervention.Cheryl participated in regular graduate training and supervision programmes for students from Trinity College Dublin and Limerick University.She has a special interest in education and training for patients, carers and interdisciplinary team members in understanding and compensating for communication difficulties and maintaining safe swallowing practices. Cheryl also provided an audiometric screening and referral service for the early detection and management of hearing loss in patients with dual disabilities.

Collectively we have in excess of 40 years of experience, and counting, to serve your needs.
We are constantly updating our skills and services to bring you peer rated and acknowledged “best practice” standards of audiology and speech therapy services