Park Place Hearing Center
Treatment Plans Designed to Meet Your Needs
When it comes to addressing hearing challenges, a common misconception is the belief that hearing aids and sound amplification devices are the only solutions. In truth, hearing technology is only one piece of the treatment puzzle used to provide you with better hearing and an improved quality of life.
Because the causes can vary, so do the solutions, which is why it is not accurate to assume that hearing aids are the only option for treating your hearing challenges. Access to online resources with “testing” and the capacity for individuals to purchase a broad range of amplification devices and hearing aids have caused major problems for many who incorrectly assumed that hearing aids were the right solution. Instead of fixing the problem, they cause more damage and make the problem worse.
The most important element in receiving care for your hearing challenges is a comprehensive hearing assessment by a professional doctor of audiology. Your audiologist will not only identify the level of hearing impairment you are experiencing, but will also explore its causes, which could include a wide range of possibilities from illnesses or medications you are taking, obstructions in your ear canal, or damage to individual structures, to name a few.
Your audiologist at Park Place Hearing will use the information gathered from a comprehensive hearing assessment to customize hearing care solutions and treatments to fit your specific needs rather than a “one size fits all” solution.
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Local Journeys to Better Hearing
I became concerned about my hearing when I couldn't hear my client's reply to an important question and was embarrassed to ask him to repeat his answer several times. He was not someone I really knew, and I was afraid he'd judge me as incompetent and not hire me for the job.
I started realizing that high frequencies were not getting through some seven years ago (my job involved listening to high quality audio). Training and experience made up for it for some years, but soon I had to have the TV on rather louder than my wife liked!
I suspected that I might have a hearing loss when I could not understand my newest and youngest grandchildren. I was just heartsick. I absolutely loved the people who work at Park Place. Everyone from the receptionist to the audiologist treated me very patiently and kindly.
One day, I awoke and became violently ill. I struggled to walk to the bathroom as the room seemed to revolve around me. After a time, I called my doctor and reported my illness. After a series of tests in the emergency room, I was told nothing major was wrong with me.