Your Journey to Better Hearing Starts Here!
Every path to better hearing begins with a comprehensive hearing test. We ask that your spouse, a family member or friend come with you for your appointments. Here's what's involved:
Hearing Device Fitting
We perform a cutting-edge process known as live speech mapping, which confirms your digital programming to ensure you get the most out of your hearing aids.
After the programming process is complete, we will teach you how to insert, remove and clean your devices so they work their best for you. You will keep a daily log of your listening experience so when you return for your 1 week post fitting appointment we can make real-world adjustments based on your new listening experience. If applicable, your devices, using Bluetooth technology, will be paired to your cellphone or other assistive devices.
Live Speech Mapping/Real Ear Measurement
When it comes to hearing aids, the fitting process is of utmost importance. One pair of hearing aids might be great for one person but may do nothing for you! In other words, hearing aids require proper programming for you to receive their full benefit.
Hearing aids should be worn daily for optimal benefit. As such, they should be seamless and simple. You shouldn’t have to worry about missing a thing! That’s why here at Hearing Solutions of North Carolina, we always perform Live Speech Mapping, also known as Real Ear Measurement, when fitting hearing aids.
With this verification process, we guarantee an optimal fit for your unique hearing needs.
We understand how tinnitus - the proper name for that constant ringing or clicking in your ears - can affect your life. According to the Hearing Health Foundation, around 90 percent of tinnitus cases are associated with hearing issues. That's why we will provide a hearing test. We are confident that a combination of lifestyle changes and cutting-edge technology can provide long-term relief from your tinnitus symptoms.
Custom Hearing Protection
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), about 22 million U.S. employees are exposed to unsafe noise levels at work, causing an estimated $242 million a year to be spent on workers' compensation.
Loud, persistent sounds all day long at work can cause long-term hearing issues, but they can also pose a danger when you're off the clock. According to the NIDCD, almost one in four (24 percent) of U.S. adults aged 20 to 69 have symptoms indicating noise-induced hearing loss.
Assistive Hearing Devices
In various situations with challenging noise conditions, assistive listening devices (ALDs) may be beneficial in providing extra amplification. There are many kinds of assistive listening devices intended to enhance sound processing when you need additional assistance.
From versatile Bluetooth remote microphones, TV streamers and phone clips, we carry a wide range of assistive listening devices with varying features to better suit your needs. We are delighted to help you find the device that appeals to your lifestyle, whether you want to improve your experience watching television or catching up with friends.