LEMAY HEARING & BALANCEWe offer complete diagnostic audiology services including evaluation of hearing, tinnitus (ringing in the ear), dizziness, and central auditory processing problems for all age groups. If a medical or surgical solution is indicated, our audiologists, Dr. LeMay and Dr. Comeaux, work closely with ear nose and throat surgeons and neurologists and will make the appropriate referral. If a hearing aid is needed, we will evaluate your hearing loss and lifestyle to determine the best treatment plan and hearing aid technology for your particular needs.
"We provide the latest digital hearing aids on the market today, based on the patient's need and recommended treatment plan."
HEAR WHAT OUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY
" I have been seeing Dr. LeMay for about 10 years now as my audiologist. While I've written many testimonial letters over the years, my recent experience transitioning from Oticon Agil Pro ITE aids to the new Oticon Opn miniRITE RIE aids prompts me once again to SHOUT OUT a [...]
- S.S. July 24, 2017
" I have never had such a great experience in my Life. Having just completed an appointment today with Dr. Comeaux and her staff I went away with a great feeling that they cared for me. I hear sounds that I haven't heard in years. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!
- T.S. July 24, 2017
Tinnitus, often described as a ringing in the ears, affects approximately 1 in 5 Americans. This perception of sound may be present in one or both ears, and can range from a minor nuisance to a constant distraction. Tinnitus is considered a symptom rather than a disease and is usually the result of an underlying condition. We have solutions that will help relieve the noise and improve your quality of life.→
Because hearing loss develops gradually, it can take years to even notice a problem. Because early intervention is key to successful treatment, hearing tests are the best way to detect a hearing loss. A number of different tests are available for determining the type and degree of the loss – information that is crucial for coming up with a treatment solution.→
Hearing Loss Types
Hearing loss affects an estimated 48 million Americans of all ages, making it the third most common physical condition in the U.S. There are different types of hearing loss and a number of factors that contribute to hearing loss, including aging, noise exposure and disease. While most types cannot be cured, the majority of patients can benefit by amplification from hearing aids.→
Hearing Aid Comparison
About 9 in 10 patients with hearing loss can be helped by hearing aids. Today’s digital devices are smaller and more powerful than ever, and include many state-of-the-art features designed to improve comfort, convenience and clarity. We carry a full lineup of devices from the industry’s leading manufacturers, with options for a vast array of lifestyles and budgets.→