Contact us for all hearing related services in Southern Colorado including hearing aids, implants and tinnitus related solutions at (719) 633-1494.
Why Hearing Consultants?
It’s our focus to provide state of the art technology with professional care at affordable prices you deserve and expect. Hearing Consultants is Southern Colorado’s best option for all of your hearing care needs.
- State of the Art Technology
At Hearing Consultants, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of medically-oriented diagnostic and treatment services for hearing and sound related issues.
- Professional Care
Our Doctors of Audiology, will evaluate the patients’ hearing, and if necessary, help them select from a wide variety of hearing and assistive listening devices. We also provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment for tinnitus (ringing in the ears).
- Affordable Prices
At Hearing Consultants, we accept most insurance, HSA and flexible spending accounts. We encourage patients to call their customer service department on the back of their insurance ID card to double check.
Finding the Right Hearing Aid
At Hearing Consultants, we carry the most advanced and innovative hearing aids available on the market. Our discreet and effective hearing aids are custom fit and come in a variety of styles to accommodate the type of hearing loss you’re affected by and your lifestyle.
Current hearing aid technology is not only discreet, but it’s also effective in even the most challenging environments, including crowded areas, the outdoors, and assemblies. We carry top of the line hearing aids that have the built-in capability to communicate with your phone, computer, MP3 player, and other smart devices. Schedule your hearing consultation today at Hearing Consultants to find out how to improve your quality of life with a new hearing aid!
We work with the following major hearing aid manufacturers:
Hearing Aid Assessments
At Hearing Consultants, we are dedicated to providing hearing aids that are properly fit and customized to every individual’s needs. Hearing aid assessments are part of the fitting process and are used to ensure that the devices are appropriately fit and improving the individuals hearing.
Acceptable Noise Level
This test evaluates an individual’s acceptable noise level intensities while listening to speech.
The QuickSIN is a speech-in-noise test that evaluates an individual’s difficulty understanding speech in the presence of different intensities of background noise. This is an important test because an individual’s ability to understand speech in noise cannot be predicted based on a hearing test alone.
Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit
The Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit (otherwise known as APHAB) can be a very valuable source of information for the audiologist. The APHAB is a measure of how much challenge an individual perceives in various listening environments and the benefit the hearing devices give in reducing these challenges.
Hearing Aid / Assistive Device Demonstration
The hearing aid / assistive device demonstration consists of fitting the appropriate device based upon the above-mentioned tests along with a discussion on the appropriate technology and features that will most benefit the patient. This demonstration allows the patient to experience the benefit of the hearing aids / assistive device in their own environment where they encounter the most difficulty.
Conformity/Real Ear Verification
REAL EAR measurement provides an accurate representation of the sound pressure level and frequency response the hearing aids are providing in the individuals ear rather than only using a manufacturers average. Because every individual is unique, this test is critical in providing an accurate fitting for the patient.