Welcome To Pro-Care Hearing
Our goal is to improve the lives of people with hearing loss through better hearing and quality hearing care services. With over 30 years of experience fitting digital hearing aids, we are the area’s premier hearing aid office dedicated to helping you hear better!Plattsburgh Malone Saranac Lake
All of our hearing aids come with a LIFETIME SERVICE commitment
Pro-Care Hearing Service Commitment
No Charge for office visits EVER
This means that there is NEVER any charge for retesting, adjustments, programming, tubing changes, minor repairs, etc. And should you ever need a loaner aid, it will be provided to you at no charge.
ALWAYS FREE and UNLIMITED Cleanings
Schedule Your Free Hearing Test Today!
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
At Pro-Care Hearing, a New York State licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist will conduct a FREE, short and painless hearing test to measure your ability to hear sounds at various frequencies (pitches) and look for possible physical causes of hearing loss. Give us a call to schedule a free hearing test. No Obligation.
Our Services Include:
– Hearing Test
– Hearing Aids
– Tinnitus Care
– Hearing Aid Repairs
What Is The Best Hearing Aid?
There are many styles of hearing aids, along with various brands, designs and color options. Each person’s unique hearing needs will determine the best hearing aids for them.
Your hearing loss, lifestyle and cosmetic desires matched with the guidance and recommendation of your Pro-Care Hearing health care professional will determine which hearing instrument styles are most suitable for your needs.
Facts You NEED To Know!
Fact #1: Statistics show that nearly HALF of people older than age 75 and approximately one-third of those ages 65 to 74 have a hearing loss. It is the third most prevalent chronic health condition facing seniors.
Fact #2: About 80 PERCENT of hearing losses can be treated with hearing aids, but only 1 in 4 individuals who could benefit from using hearing aids, including those with mild hearing loss, currently owns them.
Fact #3: Hearing loss has been associated with cognitive decline, dementia, depression, hospitalization, and heart disease, among other diseases and conditions.
Statistics from hearinghealthfoundation.org
Tinnitus and Hearing Loss
Research shows that more than 50% of people affected by tinnitus also have an inner ear hearing impairment. There may be a correlation between tinnitus and hearing loss. Treatment with hearing aids is often the first step to relief from tinnitus.REad More
SCHEDULE YOUR FREE NO-OBLIGATION HEARING TEST
By Appointment Only!