Our mission is to empower patients and work with them and their families to provide a better quality of life starting with better hearing.
Our audiological services include, but are not limited to:
Hearing aids are not a one-size-fits-all purchase. Type of hearing loss, lifestyle, communication demands, and activity level all contribute to the type of technology that a patient may need.
Adapting to hearing aid use is a process that may involve multiple appointments to fit the hearing aid for the variety of environments in which you find yourself.
Our practice believes in providing the latest digital technology. We work with a variety of hearing aid manufacturers with varying price points to meet the needs of all our patients.
Attending a Concert? Here's What You Should Know
Music lovers flock to venues every summer to see their favorite bands, but many don't know the risk of not protecting their ears at these loud concerts.
Have You Ever Used Any of These Unusual Ear Products?
Some of these products on our list are fun, while others could actually be dangerous. The one thing they all have in common is that they are strange!
How Are Your Ears Related to Balance?
Your ears do more than just let you hear, they also have a strong link with your body's sense of balance.
What Are the Main Parts of a Hearing Aid?
Knowing what makes up a hearing aid and how it functions, is important in understanding how these devices bring sounds back into your life.