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Just like no two fingerprints are alike, no two people have the same hearing issues. One size does not fit all for someone who is struggling in real-world listening environments. That is why Amazing Hearing audiologists treat each patient as an individual; they each have different needs for different situations. Our goal, our mission, is to help find the right solution for you. We listen, we ask questions, we work to understand what your needs are for you. Audiologists Ann Mundell-Noel and Laura Alemen Hunt both have extensive education, talent, and desire to improve lives through hearing. More than 70 percent of our clients are patient recommended or doctor referred. We are an office you can trust.
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Research shows the brain cannot remember what it doesn’t hear. The brain has neuroplasticity so it can reshape its function when new input is received.

Feeling isolated and disconnected are common experiences with hearing loss. You miss the details and get tired of asking others to repeat themselves. Hearing aids provide the brain information to fill in gaps.

It takes more effort and energy to process speech when hearing loss is present. Improving your hearing gives the brain more time to process and remember the message.

Leaning forward to hear puts stress on our neck and shoulders. It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy a conversation when you improve your hearing ability.

Hearing loss contributes to depression and cognitive decline. Having more energy, confidence and alertness are just a few of the benefits of improved hearing. Investing in your hearing health is investing in your quality of life!

Untreated Hearing Loss Leads to Cognitive Decline

“I highly recommend Ann at Amazing Hearing. Her secret is her caring patience and technical skill in adjusting my hearing aids to my individual hearing needs. Thanks to Ann, I have a renewed ability to hear and to be present in individual and group discussions.”

— Dick W
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