Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations

At Audiology Always, we understand that hearing loss can be a sensitive topic and it’s our priority to provide our patients with a safe and comfortable environment. Dr. Koble strives to make the process as stress-free as possible by providing personalized tests for each individual.

Hearing Aid Selection and Fitting

Our audiologist will ensure that you receive a hearing aid with the best possible settings and adjustments tailored to your individual needs. Setting them in the proper position in your ears can take some practice, and we will help you learn how to insert them on your own.

Hearing Aid Repair

Keeping your hearing aids in proper working condition is paramount, as they are often mandatory for successfully managing your everyday activities and communicating with friends and family.

Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus is an extremely common auditory disorder that causes people to experience a ringing or buzzing noise in the ears despite no external source. An estimated 15% of the population is thought to experience tinnitus symptoms during their lifetime. The intensity of its symptoms can range from mild to severe, and the ringing noise can be continuous or periodic.

Hearing Protection Guidance

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is one of the most common forms of hearing loss and it is also the only type that is 100% preventable. NIHL occurs when we are exposed to high levels of sound either for an extended period of time or in a one-time sudden event (fireworks, for example). In activities and occupations that expose us to noisy and persistent sounds, hearing damage is a serious hazard.

Earwax Removal

Ear cleaning, or earwax removal is recommended to ensure that your ears and hearing aid devices stay clean and function properly. Ear wax buildup could lead to discomfort or blockages in the ear canal. Impacted earwax could lead to conductive hearing loss (in this case, due to a physical block). Ears are sensitive and to avoid any risk of injury, schedule an appointment for a professional ear cleaning today.
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Electroacoustic Analysis and Real Ear Measurements

Electroacoustic analysis (EAA) and real ear measurements (REM) are the two most accurate ways for an audiologist to test that your hearing aid technology is functioning optimally - both the physical device and the sound output.

Your hearing always matters.

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