Our Hearing Care Services

We offer many hearing services, including hearing aid fitting and dispensing, free hearing screenings, tinnitus treatment, and more. If you or a loved one worry they may be experiencing the start of hearing loss, don’t wait! Schedule an appointment with one of our qualified and caring professionals today.

Hearing Aid Programming

Digital hearing aids have numerous parameters that can be adjusted to more accurately accommodate the patient’s hearing needs. It is necessary to customize the hearing aids specifically for hearing loss and needs of each patient. We will verify the hearing aid is best fit for the acoustics of the patient’s ear.

All hearing aids and accessories are fit with a 60-day trial period that begins upon receipt of aid(s). You will be seen back in our office for a follow-up appointment after the initial fitting of the instruments in order to make any necessary fine-tuning adjustment and address any of your questions or concerns. If you decide not to keep your hearing aid(s) after the 60-day trial period, you will be refunded the full cost of the hearing aid(s).

Do You Need A Hearing Test?

Your hearing is a precious gift – one that is very important to take care of. It is crucial to have your hearing checked periodically. There are several levels of hearing evaluation, from a basic hearing test to more complex diagnostic tests for specific problems.

To test the quality of each patient’s hearing, we use the latest in hearing technology to examine and diagnose loss. The personalized touch of Mid America Audiology Group allows our professionals to work one-on-one with each patient and find the best fit for their lifestyle needs. If you think you might need a hearing test, take our short quiz to determine if you’re experiencing signs of hearing loss.

VNG Testing

The goal of fully evaluating the vestibular system is to determine the cause of dizziness, disequilibrium or vertigo and provide key information for the management of these systems. Symptoms can include a spinning or whirling sensation, imbalance, sensitivity to light, glare or flickering object, and trouble focusing on or tracking objects with your eyes.

Videonystagmograhy (VNG) testing usually takes about an hour and will determine if your inner ear is the cause of your balance problems. If you’re experiencing any of the above symptoms, schedule an appointment to begin the treatment process.

Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus is most often a symptom of an underlying health condition, like a head or neck injury, ear infections, impacted earwax, or even side effects from certain medications or exposure to excessive noise. Tinnitus is also a common side effect of hearing loss, with measurable hearing loss reported in over 80% of tinnitus sufferers.

Although there isn’t a single cure for tinnitus, Our Vibrant Hearing Audiologists are experienced at providing individual solutions on a case-by-case basis. After completing a hearing test, your audiologist may refer you to an otolaryngologist for further examination.

Ready to hear the sounds of life again?

Schedule your comprehensive hearing evaluation today!