We are a total hearing health care center, providing complete hearing services, as well as state-of-the-art hearing instruments and other assistive listening devices.
Our practice is patient-orientated. We spend considerable time with patients and their families explaining what test results mean and how hearing loss impacts quality of life. We also spend time listening to patient and/or family concerns regarding the hearing loss. This enables us to then make the most appropriate recommendations.
Hearing loss affects approximately 31 million people. It is often called the invisible problem because there is usually no sign of pain or discomfort and people may overlook the warning signs. If you experience any of the following symptoms, please help yourself and your family by having your hearing tested. Early intervention can improve your success in helping the problem.
These symptoms include:
If you experience any of these symptoms or feel you may have a hearing loss, we can help.