An important part of your overall health
Hearing loss is the 3rd most common health problem among older adults. Monitoring our hearing should be part of our routine health checkups. Hearing loss can creep up on us slowly over time and often others notice the issue before we do. Ignoring a hearing problem has been linked to increased risk of falling, developing dementia, and avoiding social situations. Research shows that social interaction is the #1 predictor of living a long life.
Don’t let a hearing loss slow you down. The team at Highland Hearing clinic is here to help you through your journey to better hearing and thus better health .
UNTREATED HEARING LOSS
People justify putting off acquiring hearing devices, even when they know they have hearing loss. BUT did you know that even a mild untreated hearing loss can have an impact on our well being beyond our hearing health?
Tinnitus is defined as the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present. The sound is most often described as a ringing, buzzing or static noise. Approximately 10-15% of the population report having tinnitus on a regular basis.
This short Hearing Test checklist will help you determine whether you are experiencing specific hearing problems. The questions relate to everyday listening situations where many people – even those with only minor hearing losses – could experience difficulties hearing clearly
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We offer affordable financing for our customers.
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Better Hearing for All
Our Fees & Financing
Hearing exams take about an hour and are performed by a licensed audiologist. The current assessment fee is $72 which includes a written report for other health professionals, insurers, etc.
You can make arrangements for pre-authorized debit payments for up to 36 months with only a $5 per month admin fee and no interest.