You're Going to Like What You Hear
We know how important hearing is to your life, your loved ones, your work success, your safety, your ability to stay in the game. Don’t think you have hearing loss? Most people don’t admit hearing loss to themselves or others.
So, let’s ask a few simple questions:
Hearing loss is common among all age groups – young, seniors and in-between. But hearing loss doesn’t have to limit you. Hearing loss doesn’t have to hold you back on the job. Hearing loss doesn’t have to diminish life’s quality. There are solutions.
Today’s digital hearing aids come in a variety of styles, from discrete to flashy. All are feature-rich, providing unparalleled hearing quality, wearing comfort and automation that simplifies your life while improving it. Every day.
We’re local, convenient and we care about you. We’re also easy to find and available for no-obligation hearing examinations and consultations and the latest in digital hearing aid technology.
Let us help you discover how much better life can be with today’s hearing solutions; including the most advanced digital hearing aids from leading hearing aid manufacturers.
Call today. You’ll like what you hear!
•Audiometric evaluations (hearing test): includes speech discrimintaion, otoscopy, and tympanograms.
•Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs): a screening type of hearing test that can be performed without the patient’s behavioral responses. This test is generally performed on infants under 6 months of age, but can be used on any age patient to determine pass/fail status for hearing screening.
• Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR): a diagnostic test of the hearing nerve (8th cranial nerve) that provides information about an individual’s hearing status without relying on behavioral responses. This procedure can also be used for neurodiagnostic testing on adults.
•Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR): a diagnostic test of the hearing nerve, mostly used for infants and children. This test provides information regarding hearing thresholds at different pitches (similar to the audiogram).
• Electronystagmography / Videonystagmography (ENG/VNG): a diagnostic test of the central and peripheral balance systems. Performed on patients who are experiencing unexplained dizziness/vertigo (spinning sensation) and balance disturbances.
•Ear mold impressions: making custom molds of the patient’s ears. These molds can be used in a variety of different ways - hearing aids, noise protection, musician’s plugs, swim protection, and musical/phone earpieces.
•Hearing Aid Consultation: counseling regarding hearing aid candidacy and appropriate technology with regards to lifestyle and budget.
•Hearing Aid Fitting: using the hearing prescription to fit a new hearing aid. Emphasis on teaching patient how to use the hearing aid and explanation of the hearing aids features.
•Hearing Aid Cleaning and Check-Ups: performed on a patient’s hearing aids as needed for routine maintenance.
•Hearing Aid Programming: using a computer to fine tune hearing aids to the patient’s hearing levels and sound preferences.
Service availability differs by location - please contact us for more information.
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