Hearing (Audiology)

Symptoms of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can occur so gradually that many people do not realize they have a hearing problem until someone points it out to them. We offer comprehensive screening for hearing disorders so that we can identify the cause of your condition and start treatment as quickly as possible.

Some common signs of hearing loss may include:

  • Delayed responses to simple questions
  • Difficulty distinguishing between words that sound alike
  • Sitting closely to the TV or turning the volume up louder than usual
  • Consistently asking others to repeat what they just said
  • Ringing or buzzing sounds in the ears

Treatment for hearing disorders may include surgery, medication, or rehabilitation. Cochlear implants and other assisted listening devices are popular and powerful tools in the fight against hearing loss.

Hearing Aids

An audiologist is a professional who specializes in the identification, testing, habilitation/rehabilitation, and counseling of hearing loss, including tinnitus. Our audiologists are state-licensed hearing aid dispensers. A full line of hearing aid related services are offered, including:

  • Counseling
  • Selection
  • Fitting of appropriate amplification
  • Repair/cleaning services
  • Real ear measurements
  • Electro-acoustic hearing aid analysis

We offer state-of-the-art technology with a competitive edge on pricing. Every hearing aid purchase comes with a 30-day adjustment period and free follow-up appointments during the first year.

Hearing services provided at our locations by an audiologist include:

  • Tinnitus testing and treatment
  • Comprehensive testing to rule out an auditory processing disorder
  • Preschool hearing screenings
  • Hearing aid evaluations, fitting, and repairs, using the latest in digital technology
  • Hearing conservation – custom noise protectors
  • Custom made earmolds, swimmold, and musician plugs for hearing conservation
  • Videonystagmography (VNG)/electronystagmography (ENG) diagnostic testing
  • Comprehensive audiologic testing for adults, newborns and children
  • Sedated ABR studies the include tone burst, click and ASSR testing
  • Rotary chair testing
  • Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program
  • Pediatric hearing aid fittings