Online Hearing Test

​**IMPORTANT** You will need headphones to take the hearing test.

Amazing Hearing: Services


Not quite ready to schedule an in-person appointment? That’s okay. We also offer a FREE online screening test to help you gauge your hearing health in the comfort of your own home.

If you suspect you may be experiencing hearing loss, our online hearing screening can help you understand if your ears are able to hear high frequency and low frequency tones and decide if you need to seek professional help.

** Only a hearing test performed by a qualified hearing care professional can provide you with a precise profile of your hearing ability. This test is not intended to replace a professional hearing test from a qualified hearing care professional.

Audiologist Versus Hearing Aid Dispenser

An audiologist is a hearing care professional who has studied and is trained in hearing sciences. With a minimum of a Masters degree in hearing, audiologists understand physically and emotionally the impact of hearing loss. Numerous classes addressing the habilitation and rehabilitation of hearing are required. Audiologists are the most qualified professional to assess hearing function and make recommendations based upon their findings. A referral to an ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat) doctor is made if further medical followup is needed.

In addition to extensive knowledge in hearing function, assessment, counseling and rehabilitation, our audiologists are also certified as a hearing aid dispenser. A hearing aid dispenser is trained and licensed in skills necessary to fit hearing aids. It is the combined knowledge of being an audiologist and a hearing aid dispenser which makes a dispensing audiologist the best choice for proper hearing aid fittings and adjustments.

In addition, our audiologists practice the American Academy of Audiology’s ‘Best Practices’. This protocol ensures a patient receives the best hearing care available. Less than 20% of all hearing aid practices nationally fit into this standard, yet at Amazing Hearing, 100% of our fittings follow this guideline.

At Amazing Hearing, we do things differently than our competitors, and it shows.

Audiologist Versus Hearing Aid Dispenser
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Audio Evaluation and Assessment

The hearing test is an important part of the evaluation process. At Amazing Hearing, we take an extensive case history to determine your background and hearing needs. Our hearing evaluation involves speech testing in quiet and in background noise. We follow the American Academy of Audiology’s best practices for our audiological evaluation, including Quick SIN. The Quick SIN test challenges the brain to hear sentences in the presence of background noise. The hearing test is thorough yet easily adaptable based upon a patient’s ability to perform it. Once completed, our audiologists can counsel the patient to achieve their best auditory performance.

Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)

Tinnitus is usually a sensorineural reaction in the brain to damage in the ear and auditory system. Although tinnitus is often associated with hearing loss, there are roughly 200 different health disorders that can generate tinnitus as a symptom. Below is a list of some of the most commonly reported catalysts for tinnitus.

Note: If you are worried about tinnitus as a side effect of your medications, please consult your subscribing physician or pharmacist. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting with your healthcare provider. The risks of stopping a medication may far exceed any potential benefit.

Tinnitus can usually be treated with hearing devices and/or hearing therapy. Our audiologists, because of their education, experience and expertise, are qualified to address and treat this issue. Note: a hearing aid dispenser who is not an audiologist, is not qualified nor allowed to legally treat this medical condition.

Widex Tinnitus Relief

Relaxation is a key goal of Widex
SoundRelax for users with tinnitus.

Widex SoundRelax is a new range of fractal sounds that provide sound stimulation for patients with bothersome tinnitus. It provides counseling to help patients understand and accept the condition, amplification for the majority of people with bothersome tinnitus who also have hearing loss, sound stimulation in the form of the Zen fractal tones, and relaxation techniques that can help break a vicious circle of tinnitus exacerbating stress and vice versa. These components can be used in isolation or in any combination to provide maximum flexibility in effectively meeting the needs of individual patients.

Hearing Aid Fitting

There is both an art and a science into properly fitting hearing aids. As an audiologist, we understand the physiology of the ear and the hearing system. We have extensive education and training in counseling and rehabilitating our patients and their auditory system. Most people think when they are buying a hearing aid they are buying a product and not a service. Nothing is further from the truth. It is the skill and expertise of the person fitting the device which is the key factor in a patient’s performance with that device. At Amazing Hearing, we use REAL Ear Measurements to fine tune the hearing aids as well as incorporate a patient’s subjective reports.

We offer a 45 day trial period, with a complete satisfaction or money-back guarantee with all our hearing aid fittings. This 45 day trial period is a state and federal law. If you are motivated to improve your hearing ability, Amazing Hearing has the audiology experts to help you achieve that goal.

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REAL Ear Measurement (REM)

REAL Ear Measurement (REM)

Real Ear Measurement is the objective measurement of a hearing aid’s performance while in the patient’s ear listening to live speech. The purpose of the test is to measure how the hearing aid works in real time in the patients own ear canal. The test is an important gauge for the audiologist to accurately assess how the hearing aid is doing for that individual patient. Less than 20 percent of hearing aids fit nationwide use REM. At Amazing Hearing, 100% of all aids are fit with this best practices standard.

Many times our adjustments are the difference between not wearing, or only tolerating your hearing aids – to LOVING them, and wearing them successfully.

Real Ear Measurements allow us to place a small microphone in your ear canal between the end of the hearing aid and your ear drum. We play a speech passage through a speaker and measure your hearing aid’s performance. We don’t use standardized measurements, but instead by using your own ears performance, we can exactly set your hearing aids for you.

Hearing Aid Repairs

Amazing Hearing offers repairs to most brands of hearing aids, including Widex, Oticon, Starkey, Phonak, ReSound, Siemens, Rexton, Danavox, Sivantos, and Bernafon. We do not service hearing aids with proprietary software such as Miracle Ear®, Beltone, Audigy hearing devices, Audibel, Lyric or any Costco Brand hearing aids.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Custom Impressions

Custom Impressions

One of the many services Amazing Hearing offers is creating custom ear molds for many different activities and functions. The physical ear impression is the most important step in creating a perfect fit. By using medical-grade material and following hearing aid standards, our audiologists ensure a comfortable, precise and secure fit for your custom hearing protection. Click here for more details on the different Hearing Protection products we offer.