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Thank you Dr. Amy!
“After experiencing serious hearing degradation for several weeks, my husband went to Dr. Amy Swain this morning. In just a matter of minutes, she diagnosed and fixed a problem with blocked mic caps. Thank you Dr. Amy, for restoring my husband’s hearing.”
A Patient for 20+ years!
“I have been a customer of Amy Swain for many years (20+). I have purchased some of the best hearing aids she provides. I have to say that Amy has a lot of patience when adjusting and readjusting my hearing aids. I’m sure she does the same for everyone! Amy is very accessible so I can get things corrected very easily. When you call them, you will always have a live person answer the phone.“
– Bob H., Owatonna MN
A Note from Our Audiologist
Your hearing loss and your goals are unique. You deserve an audiologist who will listen to your concerns and has the skill to offer a personalized solution.
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