servicesWe offer comprehensive services that focus on providing quality, individualized care. Our services center transforming and protecting your hearing health to enhance your daily life. We do this by identifying your hearing needs and creating a treatment plan to effectively meet those needs.
Hearing TestsThe first step in treating hearing loss is taking a hearing test. Hearing tests involve a non-invasive and pain-free process that measures your hearing capacity in both ears. Facilitated by our audiologist, hearing tests involve the following:
Hearing Aid RepairHearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss. These savvy and durable devices provide ample hearing support, transforming hearing health and strengthening communication. Hearing aids are an incredibly important investment in your overall health and wellness. Worn daily, hearing aids can be impacted by normal wear and tear, potentially requiring minor repairs over time. We provide in-house repair services so that you can quickly have your hearing aid adjusted if needed. Common repairs include:
- Repairing the battery door if it is not closing properly or completely
- Replacing the earmold tubing
- Replacing receiver wires
TINNITUSTinnitus is one of the most common symptoms of hearing loss. It describes a buzzing or ringing-like noise in one or both ears. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that nearly 15% of adults (50 million people) experience some form of tinnitus. Tinnitus is an underlying symptom that can be debilitating. It can be experienced from mild to severe which impacts sleep, ability to concentrate, complete tasks, and engage in conversation with ease. Treating hearing loss is a significant way to address tinnitus. Additionally, we provide useful strategies to alleviate tinnitus and manage it effectively.
Custom Hearing ProtectionExposure to loud noise is a common cause of hearing loss. One-time or consistent exposure to loud noise can damage the hair cells in the inner ear which help process soundwaves. The Hearing Health Foundation estimates that 22 million people are exposed to dangerous levels of noise in the workplace. Additionally, greater use of personal audio devices in today’s digital world also increases the risk of hearing loss. Reducing exposure to loud noise is a critical way to protect your hearing health. We do this by providing custom hearing protection that protects your ears and auditory system. By taking a custom mold of your ear, we can create earpieces tailored to fit you perfectly - providing enhanced sound protection!