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What Is Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss is the 3rd highest chronic disease in the United States. 1 in 5 Americans aged 12 and over suffer from hearing loss in at least one ear that is severe enough to interfere with daily communication. Genetics, noise exposure, age, and other conditions such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease are major contributors to hearing loss. In addition, untreated hearing loss is linked to depression, anxiety, social withdrawal, rejection, decreased job performance and earning power, dementia, and poorer overall health.

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Common Signs of Hearing Loss

  • Difficulty Hearing on the Phone
  • Trouble Hearing Birds, Wind, or Alarms
  • Turning the TV Volume Too High
  • Frequently Asking Others to Repeat Themselves
  • Trouble Hearing in the Presence of Background Noise
  • Difficulty Following Conversations in a Group Setting
  • Feeling Frustrated that Many People Mumble
  • Misunderstanding Words and Responding Inappropriately
  • Frequent Ringing or Hissing in the Ears

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Family Hearing Loss Testing Services

Hearing Screening

A Hearing Screening helps test a person’s hearing sensitivity to different tones and is often performed by an audiologist using an audiometer. In addition, a Hearing Screening will help determine if a complete Hearing Evaluation may be necessary. Here at Family Hearing Care, our dedicated staff will provide complementary Hearing Screenings to patients looking to test their hearing sensitivities.

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Hearing Evaluation

A Complete Hearing Evaluation is a combination of many hearing tests used to determine the status of a patient’s peripheral auditory nervous system, including the middle ear. This includes Otoscopic Examination, Cerumen Removal, Pure Tone Air and Bone Conduction Audiometry, Speech Audiometry, Tympanometry, and QuickSIN Speech-in-Noise Testing.

After evaluation, a patient and their primary care physician will receive a copy of the test results with appropriate medical or non-medical intervention recommendations.

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Hearing Aid Evaulation

A Hearing Aid Evaluation helps determine the hearing aid technology, style, and accessories that may be most suited for a patient’s particular activity level and lifestyle. After a hearing aid has been fit, our audiologists use Best Practices verification methods, including Real Ear probe microphone measurements, to determine if the hearing aids meet a prescriptive target for the patient’s particular hearing loss.

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