Here at Innovative Audiology, we take pride in giving you the very best hearing care. Our founder and audiologist, Jennifer Douberly, has the expertise to offer a full range of hearing services for you. We will help improve your hearing, no matter what you are looking for!

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Hearing Tests

Hearing tests give us invaluable information about your hearing abilities. It is recommended that you have an annual hearing test if you are older than 50 years of age. Even if you have normal hearing, a hearing test establishes a baseline for the future.

If you have noticed a change in your hearing, the first thing to do is to get a hearing test. It can be hard to diagnose hearing loss, mainly because you don't know what a healthy ear is supposed to detect. If you experience any of the above signs, consider getting your hearing checked.

  • You turn the volume up on the TV/radio higher than your friends and family members.
  • You have recently experienced a bout of loud noise.
  • Talking to others leaves you feeling exhausted.
  • You avoid specific social interactions because of the effort necessary to understand others.
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Hearing Aid Repair

Hearing aids are hardy, reliable devices, but they will inevitably need some care now and then, like all electronic devices. If your hearing aid doesn't work as it used to, we offer professional maintenance and repair for hearing aids. If there’s something we cannot fix in-house, we will send them to the manufacturer to work their magic.

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Custom Hearing Protection

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common forms of hearing loss. It is also the only form that is preventable! Using adequate hearing protection can help to reduce the harm caused by excessive sound exposure. Hearing protection varies from traditional over-the-counter earplugs and earmuffs to custom-fit protection. We provide a host of custom hearing protection for those looking for the cutting edge when it comes to comfort and safety.

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices, also known as ALDs, directly transmit sound to a person wearing a sound receiver (hearing aid, headset, neck loop, etc.). ALDs minimize background noise-related issues in one-on-one discussions and group events.

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Have Questions?

Whether you’re deciding which hearing aid model is best for you or you want to learn more about the benefits of hearing treatment, we’re here to help!

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