At Audiology Innovations, it's our mission is to address your specific and unique auditory problems. With the highest level of professional care, using current medical technology and education, we will help you filter out the static, calm the noise, and hear life clearly.
Audiology Innovations is an audiology clinical practice that specializes in the diagnosis, management, education, and rehabilitation of tinnitus and all other associated hearing disorders.
If you suffer from ringing, pounding, hissing or other noises in your ears, we can help you find relief. Call or visit us today. We will give you the unhurried, one-on-one time you need. We'll offer you a customized approach to resolving your tinnitus and hearing problems.
"I can’t speak highly enough of Dr. Patricia Harrington. When you get hearing aids, there is a very important period of adjustment and education about their use. Dr. Harrington was infinitely patient in making certain that they fit perfectly and I fully understood how to use them. Whenever there was the slightest problem, she was willing to see me and always with good cheer. It’s so wonderful to be able to hear well again."
~ Satisfied Patient
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