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  • review rating 5  I love Oro Valley Audiology! When my old audiologist retired, I was sure I'd never find anyone to replace him. But my new audiologist, at OVA, is even better than the old one. She is young, savvy, a great techie, and very compassionate. She understands how important my volunteer naturalist work is to me, and has made a birding program for my hearing aids! Today she even took the time to download some cicada sounds to make sure that was programmed in there too. This is a great place. Try it. You won't be disappointed.

    thumb Kathryn Lance

    review rating 5  I have had the good fortune to have found Oro Valley Audiology 9 years ago. I have had very professional and caring help regarding all aspects of my hearing problems. All members of the office are courteous and helpful. Dr. Melanie Dunne has replaced Dr. Lamfers and I find her just as professional and knowledgeable regarding Cochlear Implant mapping and associated hearing problems. I would recommend Oro Valley Audiology to anyone needing advise regarding their hearing situation and solutions. Best in Tucson.

    thumb Hank Malter

    review rating 5  I was impressed with such a complete hearing checkup I had at Oro Valley Audiology today. All of the tests were thoroughly explained in a way for me to easily understand. This was the most comprehensive hearing exam I have ever had.

    thumb Rex Smith
  • review rating 5  We have been going here for 7 years.They always treat everyone well. If you have a question they don't mind you asking. Keep up the great work.Thank You.

    thumb Eileen Van Dielen

    review rating 5  A great place to get your hearing back !!! They go out of their way to accommodate you/

    thumb Robert Lind

    review rating 5  The staff are professional and friendly. I am very happy with the service I've received. Dawn Berryman

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2 weeks ago

Hear In Tucson

We are at Desert Diamond educating about hearing and hearing loss today! ...

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3 weeks ago

Hear In Tucson

Here is an example of hearing loss and how it affects communication

The Audiology Project
Listen to this Flintstones video to hear how speech becomes more and more distorted with hearing changes: from a slight loss to a severe hearing loss. A person with a hearing loss may still hear some sounds, but will have trouble understanding speech. If you are 55+ schedule a baseline hearing test from an audiologist! Healthy Hearing starts with you!

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3 weeks ago

Hear In Tucson

So much can be done in those 7 years!It takes 7 years for a person to ask for help with hearing because hearing changes so slowly and some sounds are still loud and clear. Anosognosia is a clinical term for not recognizing a sensory loss.
See an audiologist for management and monitoring of hearing due to chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart and vascular, kidney and thyroid problems.

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