Southern Arizona’s premier mobile audiology practice.
We understand the limitations of patient mobility and remove this problem from the equation by being entirely mobile. Our hearing center is 100% mobile, meaning we will always come to you! You can receive expert hearing care in the comfort of your own home. Whether you need your hearing examined, hearing aids repaired, or earwax removed, our audiologist will come to you. Proudly serving Tucson, Oro Valley, and Southern Arizona.
Our goal is to help you hear well; it should be natural, suited to everyday situations, with enough flexibility to hear in the most challenging environments. Hearing well should be a normal part of life, not a constant battle. We will go as far as to fit you in your unique environment, whether that means visiting you at your home or meeting you at your favorite coffee shop. We are here to make hearing easy.
What to Expect
When you make an in-home appointment, our audiologist, Susan Tek, will come to you.
1. We begin every visit with a conversation to get to know you better. We will ask you some questions about your hearing, family history, and medical history. This helps us develop a full picture of your health.
2. Then, we will look inside your ears with an otoscope to perform an ear exam. We will check for any signs of impacted earwax or ear infection.
3. Once we’ve determined your ears are clear, then we will perform a hearing test using the equipment we brought. You will wear a pair of headphones and we will assess your ability to hear sounds at different frequencies.
4. After the hearing test we will go over your results with you and recommend management options.
Preferred Provider of the
NFL Players Association
Tek Audiology is a preferred hearing care provider for the NFL Players Association’s Professional Athletes Foundation. Through this partnership, the PAF aims to bring better hearing to former professional athletes and their fans across the nation. Together, we spread awareness, help players in need of hearing care, and collect data on the connection between hearing loss and professional football.