G.Krishnakumar, Audiologist and Clinic Director
G.Krishnakumar first became interested in the fields of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology at ten to 12 years of age when a speech language pathologist treated him for speech dysfluency at General Hospital Chennai. During the daily sessions at the Hospital seeing the frustration of other children not being able to communicate, inspired kk to pursue a career in Speech and Hearing.
He began his career with internships at the AYJNIHH Mumbai and this was followed by a position at Manipal Hospital where he had the opportunity to work with a varied caseload of both in and out patients (infants through geriatrics) with a large diversity of medical and audiological conditions.
He is a life member of “Indian Speech and Hearing Association” and “Rehabilitation Council of India.” and is also currently empanelled with HAL Hospitals – Bangalore, Manipal Hospital – Bangalore, Apollo Clinic Bangalore
Krishnakumar had always dreamed of having a private practice and began in 1994 as the owner of Rajan’s in a small setup at BTM Layout. Bangalore There he worked with large numbers of infants with speech and Hearing problems as well as children suffering from misarticulation, speech dysfluency and hearing impairment. In 1996 he opened the centre at Residency Road. He is fortunate to have experience with patients of all ages and enjoys the diversity of working with newborns, children and adults as well as performing all areas of diagnostic testing and hearing aid fittings.
Krishnakumar has been evaluating factory employees for noise induced hearing loss for over 20 years and advises Industrial Establishments on prevention of Noise induced Hearing loss.
He also writes articles on hearing health care for different newspapers and has also participated in TV Shows related to Speech and Hearing.
Ms. Jayanthi.K Director of Speech Services
Ms. Jayanthi had always wanted to teach and work with children in school setup however, Once she started studying speech pathology she knew helping children communicate was the direction that she wanted to follow. She had started her practice in Manipal Hospital, later moved on to be part of rehabilitative team at Vydehi Medical College.Whitefield Bangalore. She also used to take therapy for the Mentally challenged at Bethany and Army school, She feels that from the first therapy to the hearing impaired children to ultimately working with a variety of kids in the private practice setting has been an honour and enriching experience.