North Carolina’s Most Trusted Hearing & Audiology Experts
The Hearing Experts that Thousands of Patients Turn to When Hearing Loss Gets in Their Life’s Way
Some people believe that hearing loss is a sign that something is broken.
But we believe that hearing loss is a sign that you’ve lived life to the fullest through great experiences and making memories.
In the same way that the faster you drive a car, the sooner that you have to change the tires – the more amazing moments you have experienced, the harder your ears have had to work.
At Aim Hearing & Audiology, our passion is helping North Carolina communities to maximize their time ahead and ensure your incredible experiences and memories can continue through better hearing.
This is achieved through raising awareness for the first signs of hearing loss and helping people to understand that caring for your hearing is just as important as the regular dental appointments or blood pressure tests that we all routinely have.
With two highly experienced audiologists and a supporting team of specialists, thousands of patients will testify that Aim Hearing & Audiology is the smart decision for people across the Piedmont Triad, Winston-Salem, High Point, and Greensboro areas.
If you believe that you or a loved one may be experiencing the initial signs of hearing loss, then the first step is to schedule a hearing assessment.
How We Can Help
Comprehensive Hearing Assessments
When Was The Last Time That You Had Your Hearing Tested?
Although we all have regular dental appointments, our blood pressure and our cholesterol routinely checked – hardly any of us regularly test our hearing.
But with studies suggesting that 1 in 8 Americans have a hearing loss and with untreated hearing loss gradually worsening, if you’ve never had a hearing test, then there’s never a better time than today.
With many of the common signs of hearing loss often going unnoticed due to the gradual loss, we strongly encourage you to have your hearing tested.
Helping You to Find the Right Solutions to Continue Making Memories
One of the most effective ways to care for a hearing loss and improve your level of hearing is with hearing aids. But you’ll be glad to know that today’s hearing aids are very different to the large, clunky devices that many people have a stigma or memory towards.
The latest technology is powerful, small, and discreet, and is often unnoticed by the friends, colleagues, and family around you.
Through our hearing care packages, we can help you to select the best hearing technology for you as well as a care plan to ensure you experience better hearing for life.
Nobody Should Have to Endure the Torrid of Tinnitus
Whether it’s a buzzing, a ringing, or a humming in your ears, it can be one of the most frustrating and relentless problems that you can experience.
The worst part is that hardly anybody truly understands the magnitude of how difficult it is to live with. The good news is that there are ways to care for your tinnitus to minimize its impact on your life, work, and experiences.
Having been supporting and helping patients with tinnitus for XX years, our team is highly experienced in helping you to regain control.
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