Hearing services to help
you enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
Hearing loss can be the result of the aging process, but there are also many other possible causes. Approximately 37.5 million Americans report some degree of hearing loss. If you think you have hearing loss, the first step is a hearing test. We offer diagnostic hearing tests in East Windsor and Pennington, NJ.
We provide comprehensive audiological exams for anyone with hearing concerns. These services are diagnostic medical tests and are used to differentiate between hearing loss due to a medical condition and those due to noise exposure, genetics, or the normal aging process. All our testing is done in a sound treated booth and consists of pure tone sound testing, accuracy to speech understanding, and your ability to understand speech with competing noise.
Hearing ability is the number one modifiable risk factor for cognitive decline. People with untreated hearing loss experience a 30%-40% greater decline in cognitive abilities and an increased risk of developing dementia.
Because your hearing ability is so deeply connected to your brain health, we offer Cognivue screening.
Cognivue screening is a five-minute, self-administered test that evaluates three cognitive functions: memory, visuospatial, and executive function as well as reaction time and speed processing. This screening is a major step toward identifying cognitive decline caused by depression, anxiety, and hearing loss. To learn more about Cognivue, please contact us.
Hearing Aid Fittings
After the hearing test has determined your degree of hearing loss, then we will perform a hearing aid evaluation. Our hearing specialists will recommend hearing aids that will meet your unique needs and lifestyle. We work with many different manufacturers to offer a wide range of hearing aids. We will expertly program your hearing aids to your individual hearing prescription and fit them to your ear shape.
Hearing Aid Repairs
If something isn’t working right with your hearing aids, bring them in and we’ll make any necessary adjustments. We can do some repairs in-office or we can send your hearing aids to the manufacturer for more complex repairs if necessary.
We will also perform a deep cleaning on your hearing aids to remove any impacted earwax, dust, or dead skin cells. Bringing your hearing aids in every six months for a cleaning will ensure your devices last you a long time. Even if you didn’t receive your hearing aids from us, we can still service your devices. No matter where you purchased your hearing aids, we are happy to help you maintain them.
Tinnitus is the perception of hearing a noise inside the head or ears when no external sounds are present. This is commonly known as “ringing in the ears.” Tinnitus can range from mild to debilitating and affects everyone differently. If you experience tinnitus that is affecting your quality of life, we can help you.
Living with tinnitus can be difficult. At our hearing center, we can perform a tinnitus test during your hearing evaluation to determine how tinnitus affects you. We also offer some solutions to manage tinnitus including hearing aids with a masking feature. If you’re ready to stop ringing in the ears, contact us today.
Hearing protection is an essential part of preventing hearing loss. We take molds of your ears to create custom earplugs, swim plugs, and in-ear monitors for musicians. Custom hearing protection is crucial if you are often exposed to loud sounds. Keep your ears safe by wearing custom-fit earplugs the next time noise is present!
Real Ear Measurements
Real ear measurement measures sound pressure levels in your ear canal that are developed when wearing a hearing aid. Our audiologists use real ear measurement to ensure your hearing aids are providing you with the proper amplification to hear in different environments.
At Horizon Audiology, we offer live speech mapping, an advanced method of hearing aid fitting and verification. This verification process allows our audiologists to fine-tune your hearing aids to the specific pitch and volume of important sounds, such as a loved one’s voice. This allows your hearing aids to be truly customized to your individual hearing needs.
VA Community Care
We are committed to providing eligible Veterans with the care they need when and where they need it. The VA Community Care Network (CCN) is VA’s direct link with community providers, like us, to ensure Veterans receive timely, high-quality care.
Veterans have sacrificed to serve our country, so it’s an honor for us to provide them with the timely, accessible, and high-quality care they deserve for all their hearing needs.