RECAPTURE THE SOUNDS
YOU'VE BEEN MISSING
Serving Waukesha County for over 40 years
Audiology Waukesha WI
Welcome to Professional Hearing Services located in Waukesha. Did you know that hearing loss is the third most prevalent chronic health condition in the US? Approximately 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. Aging, noise exposure, medical conditions, and genetics all play a role in hearing loss.
Of individuals with hearing loss, only 20 percent seek treatment. Research has shown that untreated hearing loss is linked to fatigue, isolation, and a greater risk of cognitive decline. Treating hearing loss can be a simple solution to reduce these risks and recapture the sounds that you have been missing. Contact our Audiologists in Waukesha to see how we can help you today!
Professional Hearing Services
ARE HEARING AIDS RIGHT FOR YOU?
The Benefits of Hearing
Hearing better not only improves your ability to communicate but delivers many additional benefits. Patient's report feeling included in conversations, less fatigued, enhanced self-esteem, ease of listening, and better relationships to name a few. Treatment of hearing loss has also been shown to have a significant impact on overall health and well-being.
The staff of Professional Hearing Services is committed to supporting you on every step of your journey to better hearing. We will guide you through the process of discovery, goal setting, and treatment to help you to recapture the sounds that you have been missing.
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
Signs & Symptoms
The signs of hearing loss can often go unnoticed for a number of years because hearing loss progresses slowly in most cases. Hearing loss is commonly recognized by family and friends, before you notice you are having difficulty hearing.
Evaluation of your hearing by an audiologist is important to determine if a hearing loss exists. The audiologist will determine the type and degree of hearing loss and identify if there are medical concerns that require an evaluation by ENT physician.
Preventing Hearing Loss
There are many options for preventing NIHL including ear plugs, ear muffs, and custom hearing protection. Doubling up on hearing protection is often recommended. Times when you should wear double hearing protection are at a shooting range or when the noise reduction of the device does not decrease the intensity or volume to a safe listening level. It is important to understand the intensity of the noise that you are exposed to, so the proper hearing protection can be selected.
GET YOUR LIFESTYLE BACK
You don't have to live in silence. We are here to help you get your life back.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Contact us today to see how we can help you feel better today.