With over 30 million people experiencing some form of hearing loss, there’s a chance that you could have an impairment and not even know it. Over time, these conditions can get worse and can impact your ability to enjoy your day to day life. Alisa has been performing comprehensive hearing evaluations for over 32 years and can help you on the road to better health.
Alisa encourages everyone to complete a thorough hearing evaluation, even if you don’t currently have any symptoms. During your hearing evaluation, we will discuss your medical history and your current lifestyle to get a better understanding of how hearing loss is impacting your daily life. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we can determine your current hearing ability and may even uncover hearing loss that you weren’t aware of. Participating in these tests is easy and they are completely painless. We’ll gain a better understanding of the volumes and frequencies you can hear as well as how well you understand the speech of others. If you do have hearing loss, it’s our goal to provide you with comprehensive information so that you can decide which course of treatment is right for you.
At Easley Audiology we utilize a collaborative approach to hearing healthcare, meaning that your needs and priorities are just as important as our recommendations, and we will work together as a team. We also understand the value that friends and family can bring to this important visit, so we encourage all patients to bring a loved one with them to their hearing evaluation. This can also help to make you feel more relaxed and allows you to discuss your options with someone you love and trust.
We pride ourselves on taking a personalized approach to your hearing healthcare, and never attempt to recommend options that take on a “one size fits all” mindset. Instead, we know that your hearing needs are as unique as you are, and we will work to create a customized solution that fits both your budget and lifestyle.
At Easley Audiology you will meet Alisa McMahon, our Audiologist who has dedicated the last 32 years to helping her patients hear to the best of their ability.