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WATAUGA HEARING

We are a multi-specialty facility offering health care for individuals of all ages with hearing and balance related disorders. We have delivered hearing care to the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas for more than 45 years!

Our audiologists are dedicated to providing superior hearing and balance care, tailored to meet each individual’s specific needs. We are affiliated with the physicians at Ear, Nose, and Throat Associates to ensure you receive treatment seamlessly for medical issues associated with hearing loss and balance disorders.

When it comes to choosing a hearing health care facility, have confidence that the audiologists and staff at Watauga Hearing provide exactly what you are looking for.

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Our Services

Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations

Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations

The hearing process requires interaction between the ears and the brain. Diagnostic hearing evaluations determine whether the two are working together, and if not, where the breakdown occurs.

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Vestibular Testing

Vestibular Testing

Vestibular testing involves a series of tests that are administered when an individual is experiencing dizziness or imbalance. These tests are used to determine whether symptoms are being caused by the balance system of the inner ear.

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Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus is a common medical condition that causes someone to hear sound that is not present in the surrounding environment. Tinnitus is often a side effect of damage to an individual’s auditory (hearing) system. The first step in the management of tinnitus is to diagnose the underlying issue.

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Hearing Aid Fittings

Hearing Aid Fittings

When your audiologist recommends a hearing aid(s), proper fitting is essential. It involves programming your hearing aids and making adjustments to provide the correct levels of amplification for your hearing loss. Your audiologist will program your hearing aids to fit your specific hearing loss by completing a procedure called real ear measures.

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Hearing Assistive Technology Systems (HATS)

Hearing Assistive Technology Systems (HATS)

HATS are devices that can help you communicate with others. You may also hear them called assistive listening devices (ALDs). HATS can be used with or without hearing aids. Based on your unique hearing needs, your audiologist may recommend one or more HATS as a part of your treatment plan.

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Aural Rehabilitation

Aural Rehabilitation

Hearing aid technology is quite amazing these days and continues to evolve to provide better and better sound quality. However even the most advanced hearing aids will not restore normal hearing. For some individuals, making sounds audible does not make it clear. In these cases, your audiologist will develop an aural habilitation or rehabilitation plan based on individual needs.

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