Hearing Evaluations And Testing

It’s estimated that nearly 30 million Americans would benefit from the use of hearing aids, but unfortunately, a far smaller number actually get them. The effects of hearing loss are far reaching, making daily tasks difficult for not only those with hearing loss, but also for the people they interact with and care about most. The good news is that Ears Hearing Health Care offers solutions for hearing loss that are better than ever, with hearing aids available for all lifestyles and budgets.

We start with a complete hearing evaluation to determine your specific needs. Utilizing a variety of state-of-the-art equipment, We will discuss your current concerns, symptoms, medical history, and will complete a “Communication Assessment” which gives an overview of your hearing ability. At Ears Hearing Health Care Professionals we specialize in getting to the root of your hearing concerns with a personal and caring approach.

Hearing loss affects more than just you, as your family often notices a change in your hearing ability far before you may even be aware of an issue. The professionals at Ears Hearing Health Care recommend bringing a family member to your hearing evaluation, as it helps to have another supportive person at this appointment to help you understand the information and recommendations. We place an emphasis on patient education and will explain your options every step of the way.

If hearing loss is detected, we will review your options for a hearing device in a no-pressure environment. The ultimate goal at Ears Hearing Health Care is to provide patients with recommendations based on their needs and priorities while giving each person the freedom to make the decision they’re most comfortable with.

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