The Speech & Hearing Center delivers excellent hearing health care to our patients by providing a full range of state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, cutting-edge hearing aid technology and the gold standard of hearing aid fitting – all at fair and affordable pricing.
With our team’s extensive training, we understand that hearing is not a simple function. It’s an experience that encompasses the ears and brain. Treating your hearing loss goes hand in hand with improving your overall health. From the moment you begin your hearing journey and throughout any life or health changes that may arise, our ongoing relationship empowers you to live your best life and ensures your long-term success.
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We know hearing is essential for your quality of life and that your hearing loss is a personal experience. If you are searching for an audiology practice that cares about you and your overall hearing health – look no further, contact us today!
Noise, wind and water. The activities we love can be detrimental to our ears and our hearing. And most hearing damage is not reversible. So, it’s important to protect your hearing at each exposure. Your ears are unique and your hearing protection should be, too. The Speech & Hearing Center can create custom earmolds and […]Learn More
Our licensed audiologist uses the latest techniques and technology to thoroughly evaluate your ability to hear. We are experts in testing the hearing for all ages and abilities. We can even perform Auditory Brainstem Response hearing tests for infants, young babies or disabled adults who cannot respond to traditional testing methods. If a simple hearing […]Learn More
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2 to 3 children out of 1,000 in the U.S. are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears. This makes hearing loss the number one birth defect in America. Early Identification and Intervention Any kind of early hearing loss can […]Learn More
Do you hear a persistent ringing, buzzing, hissing, clicking, whooshing, chirping or whirring noise that no one else does? If so, you’re not alone. It’s a condition called tinnitus, and it affects almost 50 million Americans. These constant or intermittent sounds are heard only by the person experiencing the tinnitus, but can sometimes be detected […]Learn More