Hear Life Happen

Our relaxing facility along with a friendly, knowledgeable Audiology team offer a non-intimidating, comfortable environment for hearing testing, hearing aid fitting, repair, counseling, and rehabilitation so you can hear life happen and not miss a beat.

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Noise-induced hearing loss is not reversible, but it is preventable. Is the noise around you damaging your hearing?

Common leisure activities can be dangerous to your hearing. Shooting firearms, working with loud equipment, and attending rock concerts can dramatically damage your hearing health. Even everyday activities and chores can affect your ability to hear well such as lawn mowers, tractors, power tools, and motorcycles. Let's not forget we are also living in the era of listening to our favorite playlist through earbuds on our mobile devices constantly.
We provide Audiology care to people of all ages, not just grandma and grandpa. Depending on your lifestyle and unfortunately, genes, hearing loss can happen to anyone at any age.

Hearing loss is caused by one or more factors, such as genetics, illness, ototoxicity (ear-damaging medication), exposure to loud noise, head injury, and aging. You may experience tinnitus (ringing in the ears) with your hearing loss symptoms as well, which can be extremely uncomfortable.
A study by Consumer Reports recommends going to an audiologist backed by an ENT physician for the best hearing care. Our clinic offers the unique combination of innovative technology with the professional and personalized care of licensed ENT providers, including Dr. Mathison, triple-board certified physician, and a certified audiologist to provide you with the best possible care. You'll also discover a well-educated staff who is genuinely compassionate, generous with their time and respectful of your questions and concerns.
Often a spouse, family member, or friend notices a change in hearing before the person with the loss does. Signs of hearing loss can include the following:

• Does not respond well to normal speech
• Can't seem to understand what you say
• Asks for frequent repetition
• Asks you to speak louder
• Turns his/her head to listen with a "better ear"
• Reports difficulty hearing in background noise or noisy conditions
• Reports ringing or fullness in their ears
• Hearing testing
• Hearing aid fitting and services
• Limited balance evaluation
• Enhanced hearing options
•Tinnitus therapy
• Noise exposure education
• Noise protection
• Custom ear buds for electronic devices
Whether you need KidzSafe® ear buds, custom ear buds for farming, construction work, or musical performances, or hearing aids and other communication tools, we are here for you and your entire family for education, prevention, and solutions.*

Let us help you in your ability to communicate, so you don't miss the important moments in your life. If you are concerned about your hearing loss, or the hearing loss of a loved one, give us a call. Know the importance of your hearing health.

*Results for each treatment may vary from person to person.