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See a Palm Harbor Doctor and not a Hearing Aid Salesman?

Are you having trouble hearing and wondering where to get help? Several different people will try to help you, but your best bet is to see a Doctor of Audiology.  

What is an Audiologist? A Doctor of Audiology is the primary healthcare specialist for hearing and balance. An Audiologist completes 4 years of graduate school, and is required to pass a national exam before becoming licensed. They are the most knowledgeable about different types of hearing loss and all of the solutions available to you. Hearing aids may seem simple, but understanding why certain pieces are included for certain people makes a huge difference in sound quality and patient satisfaction. They can also perform balance testing, and can help identify what may be causing any dizziness you have. 

At Gardner Audiology, our Doctors of Audiology stay up-to-date on best practices and the industry’s leading technology. We are familiar with all of the major hearing aid manufacturers, and can offer our recommendations for you as an individual. Your lifestyle needs, hearing loss, and budget all play a role in what type of hearing aid is recommended for you. If you have been dealing with vertigo or dizziness, we offer balance testing, as well.  

Choosing a provider for your hearing healthcare needs is not something to take lightly. Finding a provider who understands your hearing loss and can accommodate your needs will go a long way in your satisfaction and success with hearing aids. Gardner Audiology is currently accepting new patients, and would be happy to schedule you a consult appointment with one of our Doctors of Audiology. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com. 

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Casey Curran, B.A., Doctor of Audiology Extern

Casey Curran, B.A., Doctor of Audiology Extern