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We offer a variety of services to improve your hearing health. Schedule an appointment to establish a baseline hearing test, select a hearing aid and have it fit and programmed to your needs!

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5-Min Hearing Test

Take our 5-minute survey to diagnose your hearing needs.

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Tinnitus And Hyperacusis

We are here to help you teat these conditions.

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Find out what our hearing professionals can do to treat your hearing loss!

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Welcome To The Hearing Doctor!

The Hearing Doctor mission is to help people who suffer from tinnitus, hyperacusis, hearing loss, Vertigo, dizziness, or imbalance. Our main goal is to make sure that tinnitus and hyperacusis sufferers seek help when medical treatment has not been effective. In addition, we want to provide unbiased audiologic care and rehabilitation for patients who seek hearing aids. Interactive forms are available to request diagnostic testing, consultations, and treatment.

Click here to read a Huffington Post story about hyperacusis and treatment.

Click here to see Dr. Marghzar discussing hearing aids on CBS.

ABOUT US

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Our Services

Our offices provide a variety of services that include hearing evaluations for adults and children, evaluation and diagnosis of central auditory processing disorders, evaluation and treatment of dizziness, hearing aids, hearing protection devices, ear cleaning (wax removal), musician plugs, Neuromonics tinnitus treatment, & Tinnitus Retraining Therapy for treatment of tinnitus and hyperacusis.

SERVICES

Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus is phantom auditory perception. It can be perceived as a ringing, hissing, pulsing, clicking, wooshing, “crickets”, buzzing, humming, or other sounds. Forty percent of patients with tinnitus may have sensitivity to loud sounds. More than 90% of patients with tinnitus have a measurable hearing loss in at least one frequency (Davis, 1998). There are test procedures available to measure and treat these issues.

TINNITUS TREATMENT

Offers Available: Risk-Free Flex Trial On Hearing Aids & Complimentary Tinnitus Review