Hearing Conservation

Noise is a pervasive occupational health problem. Exposure to high levels of noise can cause hearing loss. Our hearing conservation program is designed to protect workers with significant occupational noise exposures from hearing impairment even if they are subject to such noise exposures over their entire working lifetimes.

Custom Earmolds


The shape of your outer ear and ear canal are unique to you.

Earmolds are typically used for one of two reasons:

  • To keep things out (noise and water are the two big issues).
  • To keep things in (amplified sound from a hearing aid).

To obtain the maximum benefit from an earmold you need the best fit possible and that is exactly why we offer custom made earmolds for:

  • iPod earbuds
  • Hunting
  • Musician’s earplugs
  • Swim Molds (for swimming or showering)
  • Noise protection
  • Hunter’s earplugs for shooting

Hearing Seminars and Presentations


Although we’re smart enough to know that we don’t know everything, we’re dedicated enough to try! To make sure we stay on top of both the latest advances in technology and the current research related to hearing we attend many conferences, seminars and conventions every year. In addition we belong to a variety of professional organizations that provide us with a wealth of information.

  • Hearing Conservation Programs for Industrial OSHA Compliance
  • Employment and school hearing screening
  • Educational seminars/consultations

Tinnitus


Do you hear a ringing, roaring, clicking, or hissing sound in your ears? Tinnitus is a symptom associated with many forms of hearing loss. It can also be a symptom of other health problems. Roughly 25 million Americans have experienced tinnitus. Some cases are so severe that it interferes with their daily activities. People with severe cases of tinnitus may find it difficult to hear, work, or even sleep.

Although there is no cure for tinnitus, hearing care professionals, scientists and doctors have discovered several treatments that may give you some relief. Not every treatment works for everyone, so you may need to try several to find the ones that help.

Hearing loss, exposure to loud noise, medications can all lead to tinnitus and eventually start causing to further deteriorate your ability to hear. Talk openly to your audiologist about the potential causes of your hearing loss related tinnitus.

Avoid anything that can make your tinnitus worse, such as smoking, alcohol and loud noise. If you are a construction worker, an airport worker, or a hunter, or if you are regularly exposed to loud noise at home or at work, wear ear plugs or special earmuffs to protect your hearing and keep your tinnitus from getting worse.

Schedule an appointment with a hearing care professional to evaluate and discuss your Tinnitus.

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Marion Office

821 N. Western Ave
Marion, IN 46952
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(765) 664-3470

Warren Office

119 N Wayne St
Warren, IN 46792
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(260) 375-4119

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