Hearing and understanding are essential parts of everyday life. They facilitate the communication that connects you to the world.
One in six people have some form of a hearing problem. Exposure to loud noise over time, or in even in short, strong bursts, medications, infections, head or ear trauma and even some disease processes, can all negatively affect your hearing. With proper counseling and appropriate hearing aids, 95% of people having a hearing disorder can be helped.
The age group of 45 to 65 is the fastest growing group of hearing loss sufferers. Most people do not understand how dramatically an uncorrected hearing loss can negatively affect their lives. It leads to series of mental, emotional, social and physical problems.
Before your hearing test we will check your ears using an Otoscope to verify that we can proceed with testing. Feel free to ask any question you may have before we start the hearing tests. Our goal is to make you feel as comfortable as possible throughout the entire process.