Committed To Our Community
We provide our patients with the best and most appropriate treatment available in order to hear well. Our patients are our extended family, and like family, we make sure you are happy and cared for long after you’ve left our office.
We believe that everyone over the age of 55 should have their hearing checked as part of an overall health wellness program. Most people don’t think twice about getting their eyes and teeth checked, and we want the community to know that hearing health is equally important. We believe in educating our patients and giving them the knowledge and power to make informed decisions about their hearing healthcare.
To start this process, we will provide free hearing screenings to anyone 55 and older. If we discover any hearing loss, we will discuss the results and recommend a complete diagnostic hearing evaluation. When this information is coupled with a patient’s medical background, family history, and current lifestyle, we are able to present hearing solutions tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual.
Our commitment to you doesn’t stop there! We are with you every step of the way: from complimentary annual screenings, hearing aid maintenance, aural rehabilitation, and continued education about all things new in the world of audiology and hearing. We are proud to serve you as your hearing healthcare professionals.
You Deserve an Audiologist
When it comes to hearing loss, you have several treatment options available.
An audiologist (M.A. or Au.D.) is a professional with six to eight years of education in hearing and the rehabilitation of hearing. Audiologists are the primary health care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children. Audiologists have a comprehensive understanding of the hearing process and are specially trained to fit and prescribe hearing aids. Audiologists are also focused completely on hearing; you have their full attention and will receive sound recommendations on hearing solutions.
Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) practices can diagnose hearing loss, but their focus is divided between the other medical areas they cover.
A hearing aid dispenser is not required to have a degree in hearing health in order to fit or sell hearing aids to an individual with impaired hearing. A dispenser has the ability to test your hearing, but only as those tests relate to the fitting and sale of a hearing aid.
At Anaheim & Brea Hearing Center, our experienced audiologist and trained staff will answer all of your questions and exceed your expectations. Our thorough hearing evaluations and advanced solutions mean that we are uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat your hearing loss. We provide the latest in digital hearing aid technology and ensure you are comfortable utilizing your device.
Committed to Our Community
- Everyone in our community, age 55 and over, should have their hearing screened annually as a part of their personal wellness program. In an effort to encourage all of our community members to take an active role in their hearing health, we are committed to providing 1,000 FREE hearing screenings this year. Join the movement and get your free screening today!
- Each year, Anaheim & Brea Hearing Center sponsors a hearing aid candidate from the Special Olympics. Since 2012, we have assisted two athletes in obtaining new binaural hearing aids. The devices were donated by the manufacturer Phonak and the services, care, and maintenance of the hearing aids are delivered pro-bono by Anaheim & Brea Hearing Center.
- We partner with Hearing Aids for Breast Cancer, giving people something useful to do with old hearing aids that they’ll never use again, whether they’re working or not. Our office created a project to collect used hearing aids, sell them to repair labs for salvage, and donate the proceeds to a Breast Cancer screening project. To date, over $7,000 has been raised to help uninsured and underinsured women obtain this lifesaving service. Just mail or drop off used instruments for the “Breast Cancer Project.”