At North Austin Hearing Center, we believe that communication is so important and not something that people should take for granted. Although it’s not something that you can see, it affects every aspect of your life. Communication is so powerful and connects us with each other. We see many people who have decided to take action and treat their hearing loss, which in turn positively impacts their quality of life.
"What I want people to know about me the most is that I believe communication is key. Whether people are arguing about sports or discussing project goals with colleagues, communication is what allows us to interact with the world we live in. Good communication is one of our greatest strengths and strongest allies when it comes to overcoming obstacles. As an audiologist, my goal is to help you hear better, so that good communication can continue to be a source of strength and power in your own personal arena."
Our services include, but are not limited to:
A hearing aid demo might be all you need to dispel any myths or fears about hearing aid use. At North Austin Hearing Center, we understand that making a big change requires courage, support, and sometimes a little experimentation.
If you are curious about new hearing aid technology, or if your family keeps insisting you should try hearing aids, contact us to schedule a hearing aid demo! You can try them for yourself and make an informed decision. At North Austin Hearing Center, we put the power with the patient!Get Started
Did you know that most hearing aid providers only offer a 2- or 3-year warranty? Because North Austin Hearing Center is an exclusive EarQ provider, we can offer you the industry-leading Secure 4-Year Warranty on all EarQ brand hearings aids. Protect your investment. Ask us about Secure during your appointment!
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