Mobile hearing services offered in Tucson, Oro Valley, and Southern Arizona.
We offer at home hearing tests in Tucson, Oro Valley, and the surrounding communities. A hearing test is the first step in determining what degree of hearing loss you have as well as what the best management option is. During the hearing test, we will assess how well you can hear different sounds at various frequencies as well as if you can recognize words in noise and quiet.
If while evaluating your hearing we discover something concerning, we will provide specialist recommendations.
Hearing Aid Fitting
We can expertly fit your hearing aids to your unique ear shape and hearing needs. Because our fitting process is done in your own home, we are able to program your devices to your specific environment. Even if you didn’t receive your hearing aids from us, we can still reprogram them for you. Our hearing specialist is an expert in hearing aid technology and can program any device.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Sometimes an issue can occur with your hearing aids. We can make repairs at your home so you can get back to hearing your best again. Whether you need help changing the wax guard, sound seems distorted, or you need a dome replaced, we can help you.
Hearing Aid Cleanings
To get the most out of your hearing aids, it’s important to clean them on a daily basis. In addition to your own care, we recommend scheduling regular cleaning appointments so we can professionally check your devices.
Cerumen (earwax) can build-up inside the ear canal and become impacted. When this happens, you may experience clogged ears, discomfort, or muffled hearing. Our audiologist can safely remove earwax, so you can hear clearly again.
Loud noise exposure is one of the most common causes of hearing loss in adults of all ages. Whether you work in an occupation that exposes you to hazardous noise levels or you enjoy hobbies where sound gets loud, you should wear hearing protection.
At our mobile hearing clinic, we offer custom fit earplugs and earmolds for professional level sound protection. We can also create custom hearing aid molds depending on the style of your device.
Tinnitus, also known as “ringing in the ears,” affects millions of people. The symptoms of tinnitus can greatly vary; and the phantom sounds range from hearing a buzzing, humming, ringing, or whistling in the head or ears. While there is no tinnitus treatment that will stop ringing in the ears completely, hearing aids are a great management option. We offer a wide range of hearing aids, including devices with a tinnitus masking feature.