Hearing Balance

Hearing disorders can be caused by a number of factors, such as exposure to loud noises, illness and injury. In order to determine the correct form of treatment, a full hearing evaluation must be performed. Our audiologists are experienced at identifying, diagnosing and treating all types of hearing disorders in patients of all ages. In addition to addressing already present conditions, earmolds and custom earplugs are available to help prevent hearing loss from developing. Early intervention produces the best outcomes; be sure to schedule an appointment with our office to determine your hearing baseline.


Hearing Loss

Hearing is a complicated process. If something goes wrong during any stage of the process, it could lead to hearing loss. Hearing begins with your outer ear picking up a sound wave from the outside world. This sound wave is funneled through the ear canal and hits the eardrum, creating a vibration.Read More


Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sounds, such as a ringing or buzzing, that are not really there. The noise can vary in pitch and may be present in either one or both ears. Some experience these sounds all the time while others only hear them sporadically.Read More

Hearing Test

This type of test is able to determine the faintest tones you can hear at a variety of pitches. You will be asked to sit in a specially designed sound booth and wear a pair of headphones.Read More

Choosing a Hearing Aid

Deciding which hearing aid will work best for you may seem like a challenge. You need to balance your personal aesthetic, lifestyle and budget, as well as which model will work best for your type and degree of hearing loss.Read More

Hearing Aid Styles

There are six main styles of hearing aids. Each has its own set of benefits and weaknesses. Deciding which style works best for your personal aesthetic, lifestyle and budget, as well as your type and degree of hearing loss, can be overwhelming.Read More

Hearing Aid Fittings

Your hearing aid fitting occurs after you and your audiologist have completed all necessary hearing tests to determine your type and degree of hearing loss. Once it has been confirmed that you could benefit from a hearing aid, you must determine what kind to purchase.Read More

Hearing Aid Maintenance & Repair

Hearings aids are highly sensitive electronics that are your gateway to the hearing world. In order to remain connected it is important to ensure your hearing aids stay in working order. There are a series of daily tasks that you should complete.Read More

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) are important complementary devices to your hearing aid. Oftentimes, those with hearing loss find it difficult to attend large events, such as a conference, as the background noise can be overpowering.Read More

Custom Earplugs

Wearing proper hearing protection is the best way to prevent noise-induced hearing loss. Pharmacies sell one-size-fits-all earplugs that can be used in a pinch. If you are constantly exposed to loud noises, we recommend investing in custom-made earmolds.Read More

Hearing Aid FAQs

Who can benefit from a hearing aid? Most patients with hearing loss can benefit from the use of a hearing aid. In order to determine if a hearing aid will work for you, your audiologist will have to complete a series of tests.Read More

We have been in business for 28 years, helping those in our community improve their lives and reach their goals through physical therapy. In 2015, we added Balance and Audiology services to help complete our circle of care for full body health. We now offer patients physical therapy treatments, balance services such as dizziness and vertigo, and comprehensive hearing loss services. Our Audiology department is led by Dr. Jay Turner who has been practicing for more than 20 years.