If you're not hearing like you used to, schedule an appointment and get a hearing exam from a highly-rated Audiologist. We will perform a comprehensive test that will help to identify your problem areas and possible solutions.
In recent years, hearing aids have come a long way. More discreet and technologically advanced than ever, styles are available to suit all budgets and lifestyle needs. With so many models to choose from, it can be a little overwhelming because each model comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Audiologist Angie Lederman will provide guidance during the hearing aid selection process to ensure you gain the most benefit from your new devices.
Repairs to hearing aids can often be carried out in our office! Even for hearing aids bought elsewhere, we have several parts and accessories available.
An appointment is necessary to establish whether the device may be repaired in-house or whether it has to be sent to the supplier to be fixed. This consultation is on the house and can be arranged by calling the office. In many cases, we can even provide you with a temporary hearing aid when repairing yours.
Approximately 45 million Americans have tinnitus, according to the American Tinnitus Association. If suffering from tinnitus, you may hear different types of sounds, for example, ringing, whooshing or humming or buzzing in the ear. These sounds can be ongoing or intermittent. The tinnitus may appear to be in one or both ears, in the center of the head, or even difficult to locate.
We live in a noisy world – nearly one in four U.S. adults shows symptoms of noise-induced hearing loss. And unlike age-related hearing loss, it is completely preventable. The trick is to be aware of the sounds around you, and take action to protect yourself when necessary. Unfortunately, no surgery currently exists to repair the hair cells which are damaged by noise, so that’s why it is important to protect your hearing while you still can. We offer a range of custom-fitted hearing protection devices, as well as recreational and occupational solutions.
Cerumen, commonly known as earwax, is a helpful and natural part of the body that cleans, lubricates and protects the ear canal. Cerumen is naturally produced by your ears to prevent dust and dirt from going too far into the ear canal. Cerumen naturally clears itself from the ears, however, sometimes it accumulates and can cause a blockage.
At Hear Now, our audiologist uses a lightweight video otoscope to examine and document the ear canal. The built-in light also aids with detailed inspections and identification of issues with the ear. The customizable tool allows for support all throughout the patient's hearing healthcare journey.
We are proud to provide CapTel® Captioned Telephones to those who need one. Ideal for people with hearing loss, the CapTel® Captioned Telephone works like any other phone with one important addition: it shows captions of everything the caller says. You can listen to the caller and also read captions of what they say in the CapTel display screen.
Every year, over one million veterans benefit from hearing healthcare for their hearing loss and tinnitus. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides veterans with access to listening aids and other medical facilities, which are all funded by the VA. We are proud to be in a position to provide hearing healthcare for military veterans.
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs), also known as Assistive Listening Systems, are amplification devices which are designed specifically to assist individuals to hear better in a range of challenging situations. They isolate the sounds you want to hear from background noise, especially voices. They help improve the “speech to noise ratio.”
I highly recommend Angie. She is a rock star in her field, extremely qualified and amazingly kind.
This place treats everyone with the utmost respect and care. Their treatment of me as a Veteran was above and beyond.
I had a great experience here finding the right hearing aids for me because Angie is very knowledgeable and passionate about what she does.