How we'll help
In-Depth Hearing Exams for the Best Results
An Audiological Evaluation is also known as a hearing exam or hearing test. It's a series of tests that give us information about your auditory system. We use this information to diagnose and treat hearing loss. Even existing hearing aid wearers should have regular hearing tests to monitor for any changes.
At your hearing test appointment, Dr. Rushing will examine your hearing and discuss the results on the same visit. With these results, she'll give you a customized treatment plan to help you hear your best.
Better hearing starts with a thorough hearing exam!
Expert Help With Hearing Technology
We know how tough it can be to figure out what hearing technology you need. We can help you navigate through the number of options available and make a choice that's right for you.
Schedule a Hearing Aid Consultation with Dr. Rushing today!
Proven Hearing Aid Fittings That Really Help
We don't use a "one size fits all" approach to fit hearing aids. We also don't give you hearing aids and send you on your way. We use Real-Ear measurements to verify that the hearing aid's output is appropriate for your hearing loss. You end up with hearing aids highly customized for your hearing loss.
Professional Hearing Aid Care for Your Changing Needs
Hearing aids aren't devices that we set once, and that's it. They can be modified as your hearing needs change. Suppose your hearing loss gets worse after being fit. Your hearing aids can be adjusted to accommodate changes that happen over time.
Unsure if we can help? Give us a call and ask if we can program your hearing aids. We're happy to help!
Clean Hearing Aids for Your Peace of Mind
Do you have a weak or broken hearing aid? A "broken hearing aid" can sometimes be fixed by cleaning it or changing replaceable parts.
If you want help cleaning your hearing instruments, we can do it, so you don't have to. We can clean and check any hearing device from any manufacturer.
Learn more about the different signs & symptoms and types of hearing loss
Not sure if you should see an audiologist? Check out our hearing assessment questionnaire here.
Can't make it out to the office right away? Check out our Telehealth Online Hearing Services