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Your Hearing Solution in Florence, OR

Hearing Associates of Florence helps people improve the quality of their lives through better hearing. Our Audiologists have a reputation for always having the latest digital hearing aids on the market today. We provide excellent service to our patients by diagnosing your hearing problem with hearing testing so we are able to provide you with the best hearing solution. If a hearing aid is needed, we will evaluate your hearing loss and lifestyle so we can provide you with the best hearing technology to suit your needs.

Office Hours

Mondays & Thursdays: 9am-4:30pm
Closed for Lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm

Services Offered At This Office

Hearing Aids

Hearing aids obviously help your hearing — but they also do so much more. You understand speech better and more easily, so social situations are less draining and stressful. You also have more brainpower, because your brain isn’t devoting so much energy to understanding what you hear.

But that’s just the hearing device. What truly sets us apart is our providers. We’re board-certified doctors of audiology who earn 15 hours of continuing education every year. We spend a lot of time educating you about hearing loss and hearing technology, setting your expectations for success, and connecting the dots so you see how hearing aids improve your quality of life. You also get follow-up appointments to make sure your devices are performing their best in every environment.

Hearing care means experienced and knowledgeable professionals matching you to the right high-quality hearing aids that fit your unique listening lifestyle.

Hearing Testing

If a hearing loss is suspected, an appointment with one of our certified Audiologists should be made for the purposes of testing and evaluation. Testing is painless, comfortable and safe.

Hearing Loss

Hearing is our most critical sense when it comes to our ability to communicate, and even small degrees of hearing loss can have profound effects on how we interact and connect with others. Being separated from that ability not only has consequences for our social lives — it can have physical effects, as well, that can detract significantly from overall health.

Since most hearing loss develops gradually over time, it can be difficult to know how well you are hearing now compared with how well you used to hear. Only an accurate hearing test can reveal if you are having difficulty with specific sounds, and if so, how you might be able to hear better.