With remote hearing care, patients get the care they need in the comfort of their own homes. Telehealth is a popular option that saves time and money. Teleaudiology service appointments are private and easy to set up.
Tinnitus is a disruptive symptom that can take place in one or both ears. It is a random sound that is present to the individual but isn’t heard externally. Tinnitus is serious and comes with a range of evaluations and treatments.
With Real Ear Measurement, you can tune your hearing aids perfectly to your ears’ needs. Our professionals use modern technology to deliver the best results.
Most maintenance issues can be resolved at home without special tools. If the repair is outside the comfort zone of the user, then in office repairs are always available. Temporary replacements for broken hearing devices are discussed on a case-by-case basis.
The first hearing aid impression means everything. That is why the hearing aid dispensing and fitting serves as an important milestone. During the fitting, important information about the current prescription is discussed.
Finding the right hearing device is an essential part of treatment. The evaluation for hearing aids matches patients with the most compatible device possible. Recommendations are made by the audiologist to help with the entire process. By comparing different options, the strength and weaknesses of each device are front and center.
Industrial hearing screenings use onsite tests to find irregularities in hearing. For many jobs, this is a mandatory OSHA regulation that protects the hearing of workers. Mobile testing units come fully equipped and ready to comply with current labor obligations.
Hearing loss has different levels of severity for each ear. A diagnostic audiologic evaluation determines the type and severity of hearing loss in both ears. Age, previous health history and current patient information are used to determine which tests will find the best treatment options.