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Undergraduate Degree, BA, graduate studies in Audiology and Speech Patholgy. Professional Hearing Aid Fitter since 1983
We Offer low cost Hearing Aid compatible Telephones. Do you often need to turn up the volume on your radio or tv? Is carrying on a telephone conversation difficult? Do you sometimes miss key words in a sentence or frequently need to ask people to repeat themselves? Has someone close to you mentioned that you might have a problem with your hearing?
Your answers to these questions can provide an early indication of whether or not your hearing is impaired.
The ear is a very sensitive organ. Its job is to detect and analyze noises by transduction. Nearly as important, its secondary function is to maintain your sense of balance.
The most common causes of hearing loss are aging and noise. As human beings, we all lose our hearing sooner or later. Hearing aids do not cure hearing loss, but in most cases they can help hearing-impaired people live normal lives.
At Oregon Hearing & Speech Center, we understand that your hearing ability may contribute to how well you function in your daily life around family and friends. Hearing loss can have a significant impact on your social life, lower your quality of life and cause stress.
Our staff of professionals has over 50 years of combined experience in providing the best possible hearing care to our patients.
We believe that our job isn't finished until our patients' lives are improved.
We offer free in Home service for all the surrounding Portland Area call us at (503) 492 8000 for your personal appointment. At Oregon Hearing & Speech Center, we carry an extensive line of Oticon hearing aid models to suit your individual needs.
You'll see that visiting Oregon Hearing & Speech Center is the best way to take the first step toward improved hearing.