You will need to first find out the nature of your patient’s hearing problem and how serious it is. You will also have to analyse important details from the patient's medical history. It could be previous medical reports of the patient, treatment or medication already given, and more.
You may ask patients to carry out tests at a diagnostic centre. Once the reports come, you will start the treatment that is most suitable for them. You will also prescribe medication and explain clearly the way the medicines are to be taken. Treatment for hearing problems normally takes time, so patience and a positive attitude helps.
You will have to conduct regular check-ups of patients and also keep track of their progress. You may have to change medication or treatment methods, so regular check-ups are important.