Who You Are Is Key in Creating a Better Hearing Solution

We don’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach, because every hearing difficulty is unique — just like you are. Learn more about your listening lifestyle and how that can affect your hearing care.

Second-Opinion Clinic

You need a solution tailored specifically for you, which is why we also offer to clean and check your existing hearing aids, evaluate their ability to function properly with a real-ear measurement, re-program them, and re-fit them if that would provide you the most value, because we understand that purchasing a new set of devices is not necessarily the best option for everyone all the time.

We charge a modest fee for this service, so you can rest assured that we won’t try to sell you something you don’t need. Please contact us to schedule an appointment to get a second opinion about your hearing aids.

An older woman getting fitted for hearing aids

If you do need new hearing aids, a custom fitting will make the investment worthwhile

Hearing sounds is an important and powerful part of our experience. It helps create everlasting memories, evokes unforgettable moments in our lives, and can even keep us safe by helping us understand where sounds are coming from. A favorite song, the voice of a loved one, and the inimitable crunch of fall leaves under our feet — they all have the power to take us somewhere. Hearing is central to our lives in a way no other sense could ever be.

As Audiology & Hearing Center professionals, we want to do more than help you tap into your favorite memories — we want to take you to a place where you can create new ones. So what sounds are central to your life? Are they ones that come from having dinner with loved ones at a bustling restaurant? Watching the big game on TV with your best buddies? Listening to your grandchildren’s voices on the phone or during a video call?

Whatever they might be, we’ll strive to get you there, because better is a place we can go — together.

Your Lifestyle Affects Your Hearing Care Needs

Active Lifestyle

A variety of video and audio entertainment
Diverse restaurant dining
Sporting events
Outdoor activities
Demanding careers

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Casual Lifestyle

Family gatherings
Weekly church services
Engaging conversation
Television watching
Quiet restaurant dining
Personal business meetings

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Quiet Lifestyle

Friends and family visiting occasionally
Occasional music listening
Occasional television watching
Quiet shopping trips
Worship gatherings

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Very Quiet Lifestyle

Activities in and around the home
Hardly any television watching
Small religious services

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