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Welcome to Hill Country Audiology

At Hill Country Audiology, our physicians and hearing health professionals are here to help enrich your life with all the sounds the world has to offer. Audiology is the branch of science and medicine that focuses on hearing, balance and related disorders. Services we provide include hearing tests; hearing aid selection, fitting and programming; audiologic rehabilitation and counseling/education for patients and their families. By utilizing comprehensive hearing evaluations, we work to find the best hearing solution for you. Our staff is trained in the latest hearing technology and offers a state-of-the-art hearing aid selection. In addition, we offer personalized follow-up care to ensure that you remain satisfied with your hearing.

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    hill country hear here recipient

    Congratulations to our recent hearing aid recipient, Bennett!

    • Donate Hearing Aids and Receive a Trade-In Credit
    • Apply to Be a Hearing Aid Recipient

    CLICK HERE to learn more about Hear Here Georgetown.

    Choosing a Hearing Aid

    There are a wide variety of hearing aid manufacturers and types of hearing aids available; luckily, our expert audiologists are here to help.

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    Hearing Tests

    Audiology evaluations are a series of tests to determine whether hearing loss is present and, if so, measure its type, degree, configuration and underlying cause.

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    Hearing Aid Service & Repairs

    Regular exposure to a harsh environment means hearing aids will occasionally encounter problems. If your devices need servicing or repair, we can help.

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    Tinnitus is described as an irritating buzzing, humming or ringing in the ears. The first step in treating tinnitus is to diagnose the underlying issue.

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    Hearing Protection

    Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Wearing protective hearing devices such as earmolds ensure your ears are safe.

    Protect Your Hearing

    Hearing Loss Causes

    It takes an average of seven years for someone to seek treatment for hearing loss. Knowing the signs is helpful for you to act sooner.

    Prevent Hearing Loss