Did you know fewer than 10 percent of people know what normal hearing should sound like?
So how will you know if you’re hearing as well as you could be?
Your hearing is what connects you to people. It matters in every single aspect of your life—from keeping you engaged the workplace, to maintaining relationships with friends and family, to staying vital as a senior.
You have one set of ears to last your lifetime. Trust them to your audiologist.
Audiologists specialize in the diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation of hearing and balance disorders.
Your audiologist can measure your hearing and speech understanding ability to determine how much you’re missing and what you need to hear better.
Your audiologist can offer options for protecting your hearing so your ears can last your lifetime.
Your audiologist can recommend the device that’s most appropriate for you, whether that’s a prescription device, an implantable device like a cochlear implant, or a device you can purchase over the counter.
Your audiologist can determine if the device you’re using is giving you the best hearing possible or if there are other options to hear better.
Your audiologist can recommend assistive listening devices, auditory training exercises, and communication strategies to supplement what your hearing aid or implant can do.
Hearing is too important to your health to treat your ears any less than the best you can.
Carlson ML, Nassiri AM, Marinelli JP, Lohse CM, Sydlowski SA, Hearing Health Collaborative. (2022) Awareness, Perceptions, and Literacy Surrounding Hearing Loss and Hearing Rehabilitation Among the Adult Population in the United States. Otol Neurotol 1(43):3.