Every month, hundreds of local people visit us for hearing assessments and their hearing healthcare needs. But hearing isn’t the only topic of conversation. Naturally, the conversation flows to learn about what they love doing, their hobbies/interests, and their...
North Carolina’s Most Trusted Audiology Experts Near Oak Ridge, NC
Oak Ridge, NC, is best known as the home of the Oak Ridge Military academy, the third oldest in the nation still in operation. Up until the 1990s, our community was primarily a farming community but has now become a community of upper-class housing and a great place to shop in Northwest Guilford County.
Dubbed “God’s Country” thanks to the abundance of oaks and green meadows straight out of a fairy tale that includes grand estates, dukes and duchesses, and, of course, horses. With all this, our community is among the best places you could dream of raising a family. Enjoying the abundance of nature as well as greater security is best achieved when you are able to hear better.
Helping individuals in North Carolina communities, like Oak Ridge, maximize their quality of life through better hearing is the passion of Aim Hearing & Audiology. We achieve our objective by increasing awareness about the early warning signs of hearing loss and teaching people to understand that their hearing is just as important as regular eye appointments, dental checkups, or blood pressure tests.
Our two highly experienced audiologists, flanked by a supporting team of specialists, have made it possible for thousands of patients in the Greensboro area to testify that Aim Hearing & Audiology is the right choice when it comes to better hearing.
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529 College Road
Suite B Greensboro
|Monday||8:30AM – 5PM|
|Tuesday||8:30AM – 5PM|
|Wednesday||8:30AM – 5PM|
|Thursday||8:30AM – 5PM|
|Friday||8:30AM – 1PM|
Phone: (336) 295-1064
529 College Road, Suite B Greensboro, NC 27410
How We Can Help
How Long Has It Been Since Your Last Hearing Test?
Studies suggesting that 1 in 8 Americans experience hearing loss, which gradually worsens as they leave it untreated. The reason this is so common involves the way hearing loss comes on at such a gradual pace, going unnoticed until the damage has already been done and communication becomes a struggle.
The key to addressing hearing issues before they become a serious problem is to schedule frequent hearing tests. With a hearing test at the Greensboro clinic of Aim Hearing and Audiology, we not only measure the type and level of your hearing loss, but we are also able to use the information we gather to develop a personalized hearing care treatment plan.
Rather than be in the dark about your hearing, schedule a non-invasive, easy, and quick hearing test today to know the truth about your hearing.
Helping You Find the Best Hearing Solutions to Keep Making Memories
Better hearing is the key to enhancing your lifestyle and enjoying the richness of staying close to family, friends, and communities. One of the most ways Aim Hearing & Audiology helps improve your level of hearing involves the use of hearing aids.
Though you probably think of those bulky, frustrating devices your parents or grandparents wore whenever someone mentions hearing aids, it’s time to rid yourself of that outdated stigma. Today’s hearing aids are smaller and lighter, allowing for more discrete wearing, but they don’t lack when it comes to power.
In addition to rechargeable batteries, noise cancellation technology, and the capacity to connect your hearing aids to your cellphone, stereo, television, PC, or other digital devices are among the features of modern hearing technology. Better yet, our hearing aid specialists are eager to help you choose the hearing instrument that best fits your needs, lifestyle, and personal preferences so you can keep making memories.
Nobody Should Have to Endure the Noise of Tinnitus
Buzzing, ringing, or humming in your ears that never stops is among the most frustrating experiences you may have to endure. However, you don’t have to continue to put up with the noise of tinnitus or the sleepless nights, stress, and frustration associated with it.
Tinnitus is manageable if you have the right help to identify the type and level of noise you’re dealing with, as well as the right solution or combination of solutions to help you manage your condition. Our experts at Aim Hearing & Audiology have the training and experience to help you get control over your tinnitus for a more peaceful quality of life.
Schedule an easy, non-invasive hearing test with one of our audiologists, so we can get started helping you regain control over your life.
Remote Audiology Appointments with “Tele Audiology”
In spite of the fact that the Pandemic made us more aware of how we interact with others during health and hearing care appointments, we’ve found that tele-audiology is among the best ways to extend our service to the greater Greensboro area communities.
Regardless of whether you’re experiencing some health issues, facing scheduling problems, or struggling to travel to our office for an appointment, we still provide those who are new to us as well as our existing patients with access to our audiology experts using teleconferencing technology. Using our tele-audiology service and your smartphone, laptop, or PC, our audiologists can meet your needs with a face-to-face consultation no matter where you happen to be.
Take advantage of Aim Hearing & Audiology’s tele-audiology service from the comfort of your home by scheduling an appointment today.
Meet the Team
Emil Frymark, Au.D., CCC-A
Shannon Frymark, Au.D.
Jenna Raymond, Au.D
Chelsea Murphy, B.S., H.I.S.
S. Michel Saunders
When we opened the doors to our clinic many years ago, we had no idea what was in store. There’s been tears, laughter, and a lot of hard work, but we believe that we’re stronger than ever before, and that’s all down to the patients that support us. No matter what...
Because it develops slowly, many of my patients are unaware of their hearing loss until it becomes a severe issue. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) indicates that untreated hearing loss doubles the risk of developing depression and increases the...
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