Hearing and balance services for
patients of all ages.
What can you expect from your initial visit to our office?
Hearing Aid Repair
Hearing devices are used about 16 hours a day, 7 days a week. With that amount of use, it’s important to keep them well maintained and functioning properly. At Uhring’s, we offer full hearing device cleanings and adjustments so that you are able to get the most out of your hearing investment.
If something does happen to your hearing devices, bring them in! We are able to repair all the major hearing device brands right in our office.
We are proud to be your exclusive local CQ Partners provider. Many standard hearing aid warranties only last 1-3 years depending on the model of hearing aid. The CQ Partners 4-Year Warranty covers any CQ Partners device for 4 full years regardless of the model. That’s 4 years of service, repairs, cleanings and adjustments at no additional cost to you.
Learn more about CQ Partners hearing aids.
Tinnitus is when a person hears sounds that are not actually present in the environment. People with tinnitus most commonly refer to it as a ringing in the ears, but it can also be perceived as whooshing, buzzing, or hissing. There are over 50 million Americans who are affected by tinnitus.
Tinnitus can be temporary or permanent and can present itself continuously or intermittently. There are a variety of factors that can cause tinnitus, and some of the most common are:
Currently, there is no known cure for tinnitus. However, there are many options available to help reduce the effects and manage tinnitus, including:
If you believe you are experiencing tinnitus, contact us. We can help you determine the degree and the best approach to managing it.
Auditory Processing Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment
Auditory processing disorder (APD), also known as central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), is a complex problem that limits the way people process the information they hear. There is a disconnect between the ears and the brain, and a breakdown in receiving, remembering, understanding, and using auditory information. In other words, the brain can’t hear.
APD is often missed or misdiagnosed as attention deficit disorder, and can prevent children from learning effectively, as they cannot hear individual words and have a slow processing speed.
But APD does not affect children alone. Symptoms can occur at any age. Dr. Uhring suggests APD screening for two types of people: