Generally two-ear assistance is superior to that of a single instrument. Even in instances where hearing loss between the ears differ, two hearing aids can provide balanced hearing and better localization of sound that may help preserve speech activity in both ears. Our audiologists will make appropriate recommendations based on the results from your hearing evaluation.
Dr. Gregory is a Board Certified Doctor of Audiology. She received a Bachelor’s in Communication Disorders from the University of Pittsburgh in 1992, she earned her Master’s of Science.<read more>..
Dr. Howard is a certified Doctor of Audiology, certified by the American Board of Audiology and the American Speech and Hearing Association. She earned her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing.<read more>..