Getting Started is Easy
Schedule an Appointment
Appointments can be Scheduled by Email or by Calling.
We Establish a Plan
Every Good Healthcare Plan Needs Exactly that - a Good Plan.
Follow-up Care & Maintenance
Follow-up Appointments are an Important Part of Adjusting to Life with Hearing Aids.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Audiologists role and how can they help advance my career?
The Audiologist's primary responsibility is to help you protect your hearing. Your primary interactions with them will include hearing tests, discussions about hearing protection, or the fitting of certain hearing protection devices. Audiologists are an essential part of the In-Ear Monitor ordering process. We take earmold impressions for you and can help explain how In-Ear Monitors work, effectively helping you to better understand your devices. In-Ears are becoming increasingly popular among musicians because they not only protect your hearing (directly increasing the longevity of your career), but they also improve your performance.
How can I be best prepared for my appointment?
1. Avoid performing and practicing (at unsafe levels above 90 dB) for 48-72 hours prior to any hearing tests.
2. While it is not required, we highly recommend that you bring your order form with you if you are ordering In-Ear Monitors so that we can send out your order the same day.
Do I really have to avoid performing for 72 hours before my appointment?
Since many performing musicians are consistently exposed to unsafe listening levels (i.e. above 90 dB) we highly recommend avoiding all performances for at least 2-3 days before your hearing test. Performing/practicing at unsafe listening levels can cause a temporary threshold shift that may affect test results. In some cases, this shift can make it look like an individual has a hearing loss, when in actuality they simply have a temporary shift/reduction in hearing from loud noise exposure and their hearing is otherwise normal. If you performed within 3 days of your appointment you may still proceed with your hearing test, but please notify your Audiologist so that test results can be interpreted with caution.
For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.
Mon 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Tues 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Weds 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Thurs 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Fri 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat By Appt Only