Your Physician’s Choice for Audiology and Hearing Care
At Hearing Solutions at ENT Associates of Central PA, your needs are the number one priority. From when you first step into our office to finding a personalized solution, you can expect unparalleled service and exceptional care.
Commonly, an ear problem in the outer or middle ear is referred to as a conductive hearing loss, while inner-ear problems or brain-processing difficulties are referred to as sensorineural hearing loss. These are two distinct types of hearing loss with differing treatment methods.
All treatment starts with meeting with one of our expert audiologists to assess your needs with a consultation and our effective 4-step hearing test process.
“Dr. Amy has a Down to Earth approach for people with hearing problems. She covers everything so well. She lets you know exactly what is going on with your hearing and what she feels needs to be done to make it better. She did her job well. When I walked out of her office my hearing was 100% better. She gave me back my life.”
— Lee O.
Is There a Ringing in Your Ears?
That ringing in your ears is called tinnitus. Tinnitus is actually a medical condition characterized by persistent ringing in one or both ears that can only be heard by the affected individual.
There is currently no cure for tinnitus, but we’ll work with you to identify potential causes and find a treatment to lessen the impact.
Hearing Solutions at ENT Associates of Central PA Is Proud to Work With All Major Manufacturers
Having Issues With Your Hearing Aid?
Even if you take care of your hearing aids and keep up with regular maintenance, time takes its toll on all technology, and it’s possible that yours will eventually wear out through the course of normal use.
If you’re having any trouble with your hearing aids, we’re more than happy to help you get your devices back in working order.
Even relatively mild hearing loss can seriously disrupt how we interact and connect with others. Without healthy hearing, the consequences for our health become greater, and overall quality of life can plummet.
If no single significant event occurred that may have caused a sudden change in hearing ability, it’s typically a slow decline. There are many signs you can look for to determine if there may be an issue.