What helps tinnitus go away?

Do you ever experience a ringing, buzzing, or whooshing sound in your ears that people near you can’t hear? You may be experiencing tinnitus. Before talking about what helps tinnitus go away, let’s have an overview of what tinnitus is.


How can you improve your hearing?

Hearing inevitably deteriorates with age. Is there a way we can prevent early hearing loss and improve your hearing as you get older? Oftentimes, hearing health is disregarded until an issue arises. We strongly recommend making the necessary effort to

What are the five signs of hearing loss

What are the five signs of hearing loss?

Hearing loss can affect anyone, at any stage of life. Some acquire hearing loss at birth (congenital), others develop it after being exposed to extremely loud noises, while others acquire it due to old age. In short, hearing loss may

how to service hearing aids

How to service hearing aids

Hearing aids have gone a long way in the last several decades. They are now a lot smaller and more powerful in technology. Despite these advancements, they still require the same level of care and maintenance as earlier versions. Audiologists

swimmer's ear

Swimmer’s Ear: All You Need to Know

Swimmer’s ear is an infection that affects the eardrum to the outside of the head. Commonly known as an infection of the outer ear canal, swimmer’s ear is often brought about by water that remains in the ear which creates


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

Find the freedom of better hearing.

Our goal is to evaluate and treat hearing loss 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.