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New Albany Audiologists & Hearing Aids

Our goal is to evaluate and treat hearing loss by focusing on individual needs, so that every person, regardless of age, is given the opportunity to communicate and interact with others to the best of their ability.

Doctors Hearing Care

At Doctors Hearing Care, we truly believe that better hearing leads to a better life.

Our patient-centered approach allows us to focus on satisfying your hearing care needs, whatever they may be. Our practice will work with you to diagnose and find solutions for your hearing, tinnitus, and balance needs using state-of-the-art equipment and the most advanced technology. Because our focus is entirely on your unique needs, coming to Doctors Hearing Care means that you’ll experience patient care that is specific to you, with the exceptional follow-up care that ensures your hearing and balance needs are being met.

Doctors Hearing Care wants you to be satisfied with your care. We are a local, independent, community-oriented practice. Our services are fully guaranteed, meaning we are committed to listening to your concerns, and your technology is always perfectly fit to renew your world of hearing. A strong patient-provider relationship based on honesty, integrity, and values is what we strive for, and we feel that this is the best approach to making sure you don’t miss any of the precious moments in your life.

Audiology Services

We provide comprehensive audiological evaluations for anyone with hearing concerns, regardless of age.

Hearing Evaluations

Hearing impairment affects more than just your ability to hear — it affects your quality of life. Our comprehensive hearing evaluations focus on your individual needs so we can provide you with the best answers and solutions.

Hearing Aid Repair

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 everyday use.

Ear Wax Removal

Ear wax buildup can be uncomfortable, causing temporary hearing loss and other ear-related issues. We provide safe, professional ear wax removal along with a comprehensive audiological evaluation to give you peace of mind.

Hearing Aids & Protection Solutions

Hearing aids are part of your hearing rehabilitation journey. We start by gaining an understanding of your unique hearing situation and then create a customized plan to help you maximize your hearing and understanding.

Custom Ear Protection

We have a variety of ear protection options that can be tailored to meet your specific needs, whether you need hearing protection for work, hunting, concerts, etc. – anywhere noise levels are high.

Hearing Aids

Hearing instruments come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and technology levels. The best hearing instrument for each patient is determined by a variety of factors including the type and degree of hearing loss, budget, and lifestyle.

Other Hearing Solutions

Assistive listening devices can help you feel more confident and connected to the world around you by assisting in situations were hearing is particularly difficult, like a busy restaurant, a meeting at work, or watching TV.

Client Testimonials

“This wonderful woman has changed my life. Thank you Catherine!! Not only is she the utmost professional and thoroughly knows her craft but she has an understanding and compassion not found in many doctors. I would highly recommend and not go to any other audiologist.”

— Melanie Harris

“Professional! Friendly! Knowledgeable! Dr. Cathy was incredible with my 89 year old Father! I walked in with a good gut feeling, and walked out feeling even better! I would definitely recommend Dr. Cathy, and Doctors Hearing Care!”

— Rick Barstead

FAQs

If you are willing to pay for audiology treatments out of pocket, you can self-refer to an audiologist. It’s comparable to visiting an audiology clinic on your own. If you do not intend to use your insurance coverage, there is no need to contact a doctor for a recommendation. A recommendation is required if you want to use your insurance to see an audiologist.

At the moment, all diagnostic audiological therapies covered by Medicare require a physician order. Furthermore, the principal reason for the referral dictates the examination’s goal. A relevant symptom, sign, or complaint must be used to justify each diagnostic procedure or therapy.

A hearing aid specialist can examine hearing and recommend the appropriate hearing aid for a client’s unique hearing loss. Audiologists, on the other hand, can test and diagnose a broader spectrum of hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists are medical professionals who study the pathophysiology of hearing loss and are competent to diagnose the root cause of hearing loss. Hearing aid experts can only fit hearing aids and do hearing tests.

Hearing aid dispensers (HADs) are fully qualified professionals who can assess hearing and offer after-care services for hearing devices. Hearing aid dispensers must be certified and licensed in order to use hearing technology. Meanwhile, audiologists can assess and diagnose a larger range of hearing and balance problems. An audiologist may be more helpful for medically relevant therapies such as balance issues, noise-induced hearing loss, and earwax impactions. Both professionals are capable of fitting, adjusting, maintaining, cleaning, and repairing hearing aids.

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