Just like any other medical professional, choosing your hearing healthcare provider is an important decision. The ability to accurately diagnose and treat hearing problems comes with years of education and experience, and an audiologist has the extensive background to treat your unique concerns and needs.
Audiologists earn an advanced degree in Audiology (either a Master’s or Doctorate degree), and undergo thorough training and testing in order to become licensed to practice. Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of both hearing and vestibular disorders, they’re also approved by their state board to dispense and adjust hearing aids.
Beyond their extensive training, audiologists practice in the best interests of their patients and pledge an oath to their vocation. At Advanced Audiology Institute, this commitment is present in everything we do, as we offer education and recommendations that are honest and appropriate. Because we value and respect each patient, we work in a low-pressure environment to ensure that you can make the best decision for your specific lifestyle and budget.
Often times patients assume that an audiologist at a private practice is the most expensive option when it comes to hearing healthcare, but at Advanced Audiology Institute we focus on offering competitive pricing that is oftentimes more affordable than what you’d get at a big box retailer. When you combine exceptional service, a knowledgeable staff, and options for every budget, it’s a winning combination.
Visit our office today to learn how we can help with a variety of hearing and vestibular needs.