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Improve Your Hearing

Choosing New Hearing Aids

Tired of making excuses for your hearing?

People in my life don't seem to mind
I can still hear the TV if I turn it up loud enough

We respectfully ask what excuses are you making? You don't have to live with hearing loss. You don't have to have higher electicity bills because you are turning the TV volume up. Although people who know someone that has hearing loss will not get frustrated over it on the outside, it often does cause a burden that they won't show you.

Find out if we can help change your life. We offer free no-pressure evaluations. Call or text us today!

4 Types of Hearing Loss


Sensorineural hearing loss is caused by having issues in the inner ear (cochlea) and / or the acoustic nerve. Damage to these structures can occur due to exposure to a very loud noise or a career / life style of loud noises, some illnesses like meningitis, naturally from aging, and even some prescriptions.


Conductive happens when there is blockage around the outer or in the middle / inner ear. Multiple options for treatment depend on the root cause. Treatments may include surgery to repair structural damage, a procedure to remove blockages, or the use of a hearing aid.

Mixed Hearing Loss

Sometimes people may have both a Sensorineural and Conductive hearing loss. In this instance, the issue is classified as a mixed hearing loss. Again treatment will vary depending on the severity of the hearing loss. Also other options to consider like surgery or hearing aids.

Auditory Neuropathy

Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder also known as ANSD, can attibute sound ubable to fully transmit to the brain. A person with ANSD may seem to pass normal hearing sensitivity tests, but they may struggle to understand spoken words. This is where a specialist like Paul Fischer can diagnose and go over appropiate options to improve.

Why wait? You don’t have to live with hearing loss.