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Kelly’s Hearing Aid Center has 25 years experience in the audiology field. Our factory trained and qualified hearing care professionals will assist you in determining the most appropriate hearing instrument for your hearing loss, keeping in mind your considerations regarding lifestyle, cosmetic appearance, and personal cost.
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It has been a pleasure being cared for by Kelly's Hear Care Centers for the last several years. They have always been there whenever I had a question or needed any kind of assistance. They are truly kind, compassionate, and professional. They amaze me with their knowledge and skills.
As language trainer, my career was all but finished as my Meniere's disease continued to diminish the hearing in my left ear. When I walked into the Kelly Hearing Center, I knew immediately that this was my center. There was no pressure or hype, just sincere professional advice.
Kelly's Hearing Center has been taking care of our hearing problems for more than ten years now. I would like to say how pleased I am with the newest Oticon hearing aid. Not only can't you see anything in the ear, but you don't feel anything either. Thank you from two very satisfied people.
I want to thank Kelly's Hearing Center for the professional skills in both the fitting and selection of appropriate hearing aids. Your continuing interest and follow-up insuring the continuous function of our hearing aids has made our relationship with your office a very pleasant one.
Kelly’s Hearing Care Services
Hearing Evaluation & Consultation
We start with a systematic review of past medical history, especially as it pertains to a family history of hearing loss. We’re also looking for the etiology or cause of the hearing loss, including any lengthy work or recreational noise exposure.
Middle Ear Testing & Acoustic Reflex
Measurements are taken that will provide information about how the middle ear is functioning. These measurements include hypsometry, acoustic reflex measures, and static acoustic measures.
Ringing or buzzing in the ears, also known as tinnitus can be a frustrating and perplexing problem for people that experience it. We focus on the assessment of tinnitus in order to develop a management program and provide strategies to help.
Advanced Hearing Technology
Kelly’s Hear Care Center provides state of the art hearing aid technology. We offer a broad range of hearing aids for every lifestyle and all configurations of hearing loss, including completely invisible, waterproof, and rechargeable hearing aids, and wireless technology.
Speech In Noise Testing
Testing simulates a social setting to see how well you can focus on speech and filter out noise. Your reactions will indicate whether you are beginning to experience the loss of hearing clarity that many people encounter as they get older.
Real Ear Measurements
A test used to measure the sound levels produced by a hearing aid while in the ear canal. Real ear measurements evaluate how well a hearing aid is producing the amplification and quality of sound it should when it is actually working in the ear canal.
Hearing Aid Checks, Cleaning, Repair
Bluetooth & Wireless Technology
Hearing aids require special care to ensure that they function properly. Kelly’s Hear Care Center will check, clean and repair your hearing aids when needed. Come and see us to have your hearing aid checked and evaluated.
Kellys’s Hear Care Center provides wireless solutions that connect hearing aids wirelessly to mobile phones, TVs, MP3 players, and other audio devices.
There are three basic parts of the ear: the outer, the middle, and inner ears. Think of the outer ear as containing the parts of the ear that you can see and touch. The outer ear collects sound waves that travel down the ear canal to the eardrum.
The eardrum vibrates in response to sound. As it moves, three tiny ear bones, the ossicles, are set in motion in the middle ear. As these bones vibrate, they set fluid in motion that is inside the snail shaped cochlea or inner ear. The fluid surrounds hair cells that, when set in motion, generate electrical impulses that travel to the brain through auditory nerves where it is processed and interpreted.
Hair cells are fragile and some die as a function of disease, head injuries, medications, exposure to noise, and age. The auditory nerve can be similarly damaged. These conditions cannot be medically or surgically corrected. The best treatment for hearing loss from damage to the hair cells or auditory nerve is hearing aids.