Never Miss A Beat With iPhone and Android Bluetooth
Don’t miss out on all that great news anymore. No more holding the speaker near the microphone. No more high-pitched whistling. Just the crystal clear voices of those you love.
Enjoy Music Again
Listen to your favorite tunes at your comfort level.
Talking On The Phone
No more awkward phone calls. Catch up with family and friends.
Reduce Whining, Whistling Noises
Eliminate those annoying whining and whistling noises while on the phone. Make conversation easier for you and your companions.
We have several styles available to choose from.
Control At Your Fingertips
Stay in control of what you hear. Keep the volume at your comfort level.
Rechargeable Models Available
All day battery life. Don’t be limited by a battery life.
Get The Most Out Of Your Smart Phone – Pair It With A Bluetooth Hearing Aid
Find out what options are right for you. Call today for a hearing consultation. We’ll match your phone and hearing needs to a device that works for you.
Several Brands To Choose From
Open Yourself Up To A Whole New World – Call (901) 372-0040 Today
Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Coltharp has served the Memphis community for over 30 years, starting her practice in 1983.
Dr. Scott enjoys working with active duty service members in Memphis.
Call (901) 372-0040 To Book Your Appointment
Why Choose PAS
Three Accredited Doctors On Staff
Our staff doctors have combined experiences of over 50 years. One of the most established audiology practices in the Mid-South.
CLINIC SERVING MEMPHIS OVER 30 YEARS
Professional Audiological Services Inc. was established in Memphis in 1983 by Dr. Loretta Coltharp Morton.
HEARING DEVICES FOR THE MID-SOUTH
Providers and servicer of the world’s six largest hearing aid manufacturers and all three cochlear implant manufacturers.
WOMAN-OWNED & WOMEN-SUPPORTIVE PRACTICE
Support a woman-owned business and female healthcare professionals in your community
“Thank you for taking care of my son. He feels you all are like family.”
Pat G.Local Mother
“‘Sandra’ has suffered for years, feeling alone, feeling like not hearing or understanding was her way of life. She began finding ways to keep herself learning in her own way – piano, creating music, headphones in the car and at home. She began to feel guilty about asking us to repeat stuff. She constantly thought I was mad at her because she read my facial expressions to gain understanding (apparently I look mad a great deal). Yesterday, we tried me saying the same thing with her system and without and she saw how facial expressions do not always convey a person’s true feelings. It is still new, but she is loving the ‘new normal’.”
“So grateful for you! You’ve been a big influence on him. You’ve been a blessing in our lives from the beginning.”
“I’ve heard things I didn’t know made sounds or maybe just forgot. I can hear rocks crunching under tires and the seat belt indicator. I had no idea how much I was missing.”