At Applied Hearing Solutions, we believe that good is the enemy of great. That is why we adhere to the foundational principles of hearing treatment by following best practices and utilizing extreme attention to detail in every service we offer. Our team takes into account each patient’s individual lifestyle, budgetary concerns, and hearing needs.
We believe that empowering our patients will help them make better decisions about their own hearing healthcare and therefore provide comprehensive evaluations and extensive education. Below is a list of the audiology services we offer at our practice with links to learn more about each in more detail. Contact us to schedule an appointment.
The team at Applied Hearing Solutions finds that our high level of patient success is attributed to our multi-step process which evaluates, educates, and determines the best treatment plan for your individual needs.
We begin with obtaining a thorough understanding of your hearing difficulties. Then we perform a hearing evaluation, designed to assess the type, source, and severity of your hearing loss. Dr. Olson and his team are experts in performing a variety of specialized tests to uncover what’s preventing you from hearing well. Learn more about the comprehensive hearing testing we provide here.
The process of purchasing and adjusting to hearing aids doesn’t have to be challenging, and at Applied Hearing Solutions we follow industry best practices with extreme precision to ensure that you are set up for success.
The importance of a properly fitted and programmed hearing aid cannot be emphasized enough, and our team will go above and beyond to make sure you get years of the highest quality and most consistent hearing possible from your hearing devices. Learn more about Hearing Aid Fittings & Programming here.
Instead of programming your devices according to manufacturer programming recommendations and using the power of suggestion to confirm that you are hearing well, Dr. Olson takes a different approach utilizing Real Ear Measurement. Watch the video below or click here to learn more about Real Ear Measurement.
Any hearing aid wearer knows how important these small devices are to enhancing your day to day life, and taking proper care of them is crucial to their continued functionality. While caring for your hearing aids isn’t complex or time-consuming, they do require cleaning and proper storing in order for them to work well.
Our audiologists provide ongoing hearing aid maintenance & detailed cleanings to ensure your aids function as they should. Click here for Dr. Cliff's Guide to Cleaning & Caring for your Hearing Aids.
Rest assured that the team at Applied Hearing Solutions is here to help, with state-of- the-art tools and years of experience in repairing hearing aids. Once you bring your device to our office, we will thoroughly diagnose your hearing aid and determine the cause of the problem.
In many cases, we can perform the needed repairs on the same day, leaving you with as little downtime as possible. Learn more about the hearing aid repair services we offer.
At Applied Hearing Solutions, we recommend that the first step in addressing your tinnitus comes in the form of a hearing evaluation. Because hearing loss and tinnitus are so closely linked, it’s imperative to understand your overall hearing ability and to try to determine the cause of your tinnitus.
Our Audiologists will perform a thorough examination to measure both the intensity of your tinnitus and the frequency at which it occurs in order to understand how to best treat it. Learn more about the tinnitus solutions we offer.
This direct knowledge of the impact that loud sounds can have on our hearing is why we are such strong advocates for preventing hearing loss before it begins. Our patients find they have the most success when using custom ear plugs or earmolds, as these devices are comfortable and protect your hearing during a wide range of activities.
We partner with a variety of manufacturers, including SoundGear, to bring you options that meet your specific needs. Learn more about custom earmolds & earplugs.