Hearing Testing and Evaluations
Choosing the right hearing aid starts with a clear understanding of your unique hearing loss needs. Our advanced testing procedures accurately identify whether or not you have hearing loss and measure the type and severity.
Your previous health history will determine which tests have the most impact. Pure-tone audiometry, speech audiometry and tympanometry are the most common hearing tests. The right combination of these tests will provide the registered hearing instrument practitioner (RHIP) with a clear visual of the problem.More on Hearing Tests
Online Hearing Test
Think You Might Have Hearing Loss?
Take our free, 5-minute online test to get a better understanding of your hearing health. It can determine if a professional screening is right for you.
Finding the Perfect Match.
Hearing loss looks different for everyone, and as a result, there are a number of hearing aid varieties on the market. Through careful evaluations and custom fittings, we’ll help you find the best device for your hearing loss needs.
Hearing Aid Services
We Service Your Devices
From hearing aid screening, selection and fittings, to ongoing maintenance and repairs – we offer a wide range of services to keep your hearing aids performing their best.
Your evaluation for hearing aids is a quick way of getting acquainted with compatible devices that treat hearing issues. A registered hearing instrument practitioner will walk you through the best devices for treatment. Every device has different features, so having a professional presence is helpful when making a final decision.More on Evaluation for Hearing Aids
During this session, you get to try out your hearing device. With the help of live speech mapping, an RHIP can see what you hear in real-time. This allows them to make final programming adjustments in each ear so that hearing is optimal.More on Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming
But what happens when a simple cleaning isn’t the answer? When hearing aids are in need of a professional repair, you can bring them to a clinic. Sometimes a setting gets stuck, and sometimes the mechanics need a close look. In-office repairs are typically simple and convenient, offering times that you can easily fit into your schedule.
If a RHIP can’t repair the device on their own, they may decide to send it off to the manufacturer. This allows for a full repair or replacement to deal with the problematic device. While this repair takes place, patients have the option of getting loaner hearing aids as a temporary solution. This is on a case-by-case basis and should be discussed with your RHIP during the initial fitting.More on Hearing Aid Repair & Maintenance