Hearing loss is too often misunderstood and neglected.
At American Hearing Aid Center we are committed to giving our patients the best hearing care possible and to serve as a guide in making hearing health care decisions that will improve one’s quality of life. Access to excellent, personalized, fast and compassionate service, when you need it, is just as important as the quality of the hearing instrument itself. At American Hearing Aid Center you don’t have to wait weeks or months for and appointment normally just one or two days. Our office is equipped with the most advanced computerized instrumentation for fitting and verifying your hearing devices, and we provide our patients with some of the most advanced hearing technology in the world.
I wish to thank you and your family for the excellent service that you have provided for me â?? a job well done! The new aid is fulfilling my needs and I’m extremely pleased with the selection. Thanks for everything.– Len B.
Don’t get lost in hearing loss.
To the approximately 25% of people over the age of 65 in this country who experience it in some degree, hearing loss is rather more than just a minor annoyance. According to a study reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine, hearing loss causes, "marked social, emotional, and communication difficulties - even in the cases of mild to moderate loss." The report went on to say "hearing impairment is related to both (impaired) cognition and depression." The survey also indicated that 80 percent of primary care physicians do not regularly screen older patients for hearing loss. Thus, it is largely up to us to be aware of this potential problem and act accordingly for our loved ones and our self.
If you have a hearing loss, you are missing more than just the understanding of words. Hearing keeps you in touch with the world, lets you respond to sound, and reassures you of changing surroundings. After the age of 50, a regular hearing test should be considered as important as a yearly physical checkup.
Hearing instruments not only significantly help those with greater degrees of hearing loss, but can do much to improve the quality of life for those with mild to moderate hearing loss. Having a hearing loss is not only a communication disorder, it is also a family affair, which can easily be affected. Adequate hearing is crucial to your health, communication and happiness. We match the benefits and features of the latest technology to your activities and individual requirements.
Olivia understands hearing loss.
Olivia knows personally the pain of hearing loss. It was her struggle with this loss, which led her onto the hearing health field. A hearing aid specialist licensed by the California State Board of Medical Examiners, Olivia is a member of the International Hearing Society and has assisted the hearing impaired for over 25 years.
Olivia explains, “Deeply rooted in our ability to hear is our sense of security, psychological and well-being. I am dedicated to helping people recover these. As communication is a vital element in our daily lives, the inability to hear means isolation and loneliness. Fitting a hearing aid is only part of the process; the post-fitting and counseling is just as important. It is a joy to see patients leading happier, fuller lives after I have worked with them”
Efficient, Creative, Dynamic.
Fluent in French, Italian, Spanish...
enabling her to work with people from diverse origins.
A vital part of the community in...
Menlo Park & South Bay
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Olivia Tomozy, L.H.I.S.
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At American Hearing Aid Center our primary goal is to help as many people as possible improve their hearing, no matter what their recreational pursuits or occupation. If you are concerned about protecting your hearing, we’ll be glad to give you advice as to how. If you have a hearing impairment, we’ll be glad to help you find the best solution to open your life to better hearing.Contact us