Hearing Services For Adults
Helping Memphis Hear Better For 30+ Years
Dealing with hearing loss is difficult for you and those closest to you. Hearing loss often impedes communication, which may cause feelings of isolation, frustration, embarrassment, and depression. The feeling of “missing out” on a basic human experience is extremely common. At Professional Audiological Services, we desire for all our patients to communicate with their loved ones with ease and enjoy the sounds of the world around them. It is important to know that you are not alone! Millions of American adults are affected by hearing loss every year.
Our doctors and facilities are fully-equipped to accommodate all your hearing evaluation and hearing aid needs. We are proud distributors and servicers of the world’s six largest hearing aid manufacturers and our protocols are guided by current evidenced-based practice.
We start with testing to identify the type and severity of your hearing impairment. Comfortable, spacious, and brightly-colored rooms provide a sense of calm during testing.
After testing is complete, we give you the results and explain our recommendations. From there we will work with you to get the device you need. Simple as that!
We start with testing to determine the type and severity of your hearing loss
Determine which model is right based on age, impairment, and lifestyle
A final visit to make sure the hearing aid fits and works properly
I can hear, but I cannot understand what people are saying. Why?
Hearing alone does not mean that a spoken message was understood. The ability to understand an auditory signal depends on the brain’s ability to receive and interpret the message.
How much do hearing aids cost? / Why are some hearing aids so expensive?
What is the difference between a hearing evaluation and a hearing aid evaluation?
Do hearing aids restore normal hearing? / Restore your hearing back to normal?
What is an audiologist?
An audiologist is a healthcare professional that assesses, treats, and rehabilitates hearing, tinnitus, and balance disorders.
Can I just wear one hearing aid?
Two ears are always better than one. Wearing hearing aids on both ears decreases listening fatigue, improves the ability to localize sounds, and improves ability to understand speech in background noise.
Where can I learn more about hearing loss?