Audiology and Hearing Aid Services
At Arkansas Professional Hearing Care, your hearing is our number one priority. The audiologist at Arkansas Professional Hearing Care provides compassionate care to every patient who walks through our doors. You can trust our audiologist for all your hearing care needs, whether you're discovering hearing aids for the first time, or are looking for a more advanced pair; we will guide you 100% of the way.
Some of our premium services include:
Custom Earmolds and Earplugs
Since the various systems produce different hearing impressions, it is important for you to make a comparison yourself. For this purpose we will produce custom-made earmolds based on the exact contours of your ears. We can then ensure that your hearing aid fits perfectly.
The first step in any hearing aid journey begins with a hearing test. A hearing test actually comprises a series of exams that provide our audiologist complete details into the inner workings of your ears. The hearing tests are pain-free and only require a client or patient to respond to a series of tones or sounds.
Hearing Aid Evaluation and Fitting
Once you've selected the perfect hearing aids to suit your needs, you will schedule a hearing aid fitting with our audiologist. This appointment will educate you on how to care for and maintain your devices, as well as how to insert and remove them properly. The audiologist will also program your hearing aids to your exact hearing loss needs and then show you how to use them.
Hearing Aid Repair
While hearing aid technology has been leaps and bounds since they first hit the market in 1898, hearing aids can – and do – still break. After all, hearing aid technology is wound and bound in highly compact computers that sit in highly volatile environments. While some repairs can be fixed with some at-home troubleshooting, many issues, including those that cause sound distortion or feedback, could likely require repair. At Arkansas Professional Hearing Care, we understand that needing a hearing aid repair could bring about fear and anxiety. There's no need to worry; we'll provide your repair and allow you to borrow a pair of hearing aids in the interim period. If for some reason, we are unable to fix your device in-house, we'll work with the manufacturer directly for expedited service.
Tinnitus Evaluation and Management
Tinnitus, defined as a whooshing, buzzing, whistling, beeping or other noise not heard by others, is a condition that is often treated by audiologists. Our audiologist works closely with patients to first determine the cause of the tinnitus, then establish a way to manage and live with the condition.