The art and science of audiology
In 1983, Professional Hearing Services became the first private audiology clinic in North Dakota and they continue to be a leader in hearing healthcare in Western North Dakota. Their regional offices in Minot, Bismarck and Williston, and several satellite clinics, ensure that services are brought closer to your community.
As an independent clinic, they have the freedom and flexibility to provide you with the most current testing and rehabilitative services available. They also provide options from leading manufacturers and access to the latest developments in hearing aid technology.
The hearing care industry is full of options promising better technology, lower costs or greater capabilities. However, all of these options should be appropriately paired with an individual’s hearing loss, lifestyle and unique hearing needs or budget. And it’s not about having the latest technology, it’s about how the correct technology is applied by the best Doctors of Audiology, to deliver the precise solution for your hearing needs. It’s also important that each patient understands their hearing loss and both the benefits AND limitations of various treatments and technologies.
Professional Hearing Services treats each individual as an individual and puts the patient to the forefront. This philosophy of “art and science” is critical to provide hearing healthcare that is custom tailored. Having the ability to take time to first get to know the individual and their hearing needs, is part of the “art.” They take time to get to know you and your hearing needs.
The “science” refers to the diagnostic protocols utilized along with the specific technology, rehabilitation techniques and verification protocols provided by your Doctor of Audiology. It is the combination of the Doctor’s “art,” with the most comprehensive diagnostic tests and today’s latest hearing aid technology that will provide for the best value. At Professional Hearing Services, the focus is less on your hearing loss and more on your hearing needs.
Combining all of that with the relaxing and comfortable space that each office provides, allows for a welcoming and enriching experience where you know you’ve made the best choice. When your hearing is not optimal, it can lead to feelings of detachment. Day-to-day conversations can prove difficult, causing you to withdraw from people and activities. The sense of isolation can be depressing and lonely. It can also make you feel helpless and frustrated. Professional Hearing Services understands and takes the time to treat you as an individual – getting to know you and your specific concerns. They’ll take the time to ensure you understand your hearing loss and options for treatment – treating you like family while they welcome you to their’s.