Our Hearing Services

Hearing Aids

In simple terms, a hearing aid is a small electronic device worn in or behind the ear. But what it can do for someone with a hearing loss is simply amazing.

Hearing Testing

A hearing test is a painless procedure designed to provide us with information about the status of your ability to hear.

What we do

Other Services

Below please find a list of the additional services we provide.

Hearing Aid Service & Repairs

Our team of highly skilled audiologists and technicians possess extensive experience in diagnosing and resolving a wide range of hearing aid issues. Whether you’re experiencing reduced sound quality, intermittent connectivity, or any other concern, we have the expertise to address and resolve the problem efficiently.
Troubleshooting From Home

Troubleshoot your hearing aids from home
1. What is wrong?

  • No sound
  • Distorted sound
  • Weak sound
  • Feedback
  • Static/Frying sound

2. What should I check?

  • Battery-try a new one (preferably use one from a working instrument)
  • Replace wax trap
  • Clean the microphone(s)
  • Clean the sound-outlet
  • Clean the tubing or hook
  • Have your ears checked for wax build-up
  • Have a new hearing test

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if the problem persists.

Hearing Protection

Hearing protection is crucial for safeguarding your hearing in noisy environments. Whether wearing earplugs, earmuffs, or custom hearing protection devices, they help reduce the risk of noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus. Prioritizing hearing protection promotes long-term auditory health and preserves your ability to enjoy the sounds of life.

Assisted Listening Devices

Assisted listening devices (ALDs) are beneficial tools that enhance communication and improve hearing in various listening situations. They work alongside hearing aids or independently to overcome challenges like background noise or distance. ALDs include devices like personal amplifiers, FM systems, loop systems, and Bluetooth accessories. These devices transmit sound directly to the listener, reducing the impact of distance and environmental noise. ALDs can significantly improve speech understanding and providing individuals with better access to conversations, media, and public announcements.

What is audiology?

Audiology is a healthcare profession focused on the identification, management, and remediation of hearing and balance disorders.

When should I see an audiologist?

You should see an audiologist if you’re experiencing any hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), dizziness, or balance issues.

Can hearing loss be cured?

In most cases, hearing loss cannot be cured, but it can often be effectively managed and treated through various interventions such as hearing aids, cochlear implants, or assistive listening devices.

How often should I have my hearing checked?

It is recommended to have a baseline hearing evaluation in adulthood and then follow up as needed. If you’re experiencing any changes in your hearing, it’s advisable to see an audiologist promptly.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question about your hearing, you’re not alone. Current estimates place the number of hearing-impaired adults in the United States at just over 37 million.

What are common causes of hearing loss?

Common causes of hearing loss include aging (presbycusis), noise exposure, genetic factors, infections, certain medications, earwax buildup, and medical conditions such as otosclerosis.

Can hearing loss be reversed?

The majority of hearing loss cases are permanent and cannot be reversed. However, certain types of hearing loss caused by infections or blockages may be treatable.

When should I seek help for my hearing loss?

It’s recommended to seek help for your hearing loss as soon as you notice any difficulties. Early intervention can lead to better outcomes in managing hearing loss and improving communication abilities.

Our Mission

A Caring Approach to Hearing Health

We strive to provide comprehensive and professional hearing health care, from prevention to rehabilitation, for those individuals with hearing concerns. Our patient care will be unique to each individual and reflect the professional concern and attention required to allow each individual to succeed in their goal of improved quality of life through better hearing.

Our Offices

Austin Office

701 W. Oakland Ave, Suite B
Austin, MN 55912

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:
9:00AM - 3:30PM

Owatonna Office

685 W. Bridge Street, Suite 3
Owatonna, MN 55060

Monday - Thursday:
8:30AM- 5:00PM
Friday: 8:30AM- 1:00PM

Waseca Office

115 4th St. SW, Suite B
Waseca, MN 56093

Friday: 8:30AM - 12:00PM

Rochester Office

2150 2nd St SW, Suite 130
Rochester, MN 55902

Monday - Thursday:
8:30AM - 5:00PM
Friday: 8:30AM- 12:00PM

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