Should I Test My Hearing?
Hearing loss is much more common than you may think. It’s also commonly ignored. Studies show that 1 in 5 Americans know their hearing isn’t as good as it used to be, but more than half of them have never had their hearing tested. While it may not seem like a serious condition, hearing loss can lead to more health issues down the road. If you find yourself straining to hear during conversations, or if you’re experiencing pain or ringing in your ears, it’s probably time to schedule a hearing evaluation.
What Does It Involve?
The purpose of a hearing evaluation is to determine the nature and degree of your hearing loss and the best treatment options for you. First, our audiologists will conduct a thorough interview with you to discuss your medical, health and family history. We’ll then conduct a formal exam to inspect the ear canal for any obstructions or other signs of damage. Following the exam, you will then undergo various hearing tests designed to determine the nature and level of your hearing loss as well as ability to comprehend speech. Our hearing doctors will then go over the test results with you and discuss what they mean for your condition and suggest treatment options. Read more about what our hearing tests involve here.
Schedule a FREE Comprehensive Hearing Evaluation
At Sound Advice Hearing Doctors, our mission is to improve our clients quality of life. That’s why we offer a free hearing evaluation to assist you in taking the first step to better hearing. We’re passionate about helping our clients understand hearing loss. We’ll never pressure you into a purchase. If you think you may be experiencing signs of hearing loss, schedule a free comprehensive hearing evaluation at one of our clinics today. In the meantime, check out what our satisfied clients are saying about us on Facebook!