Fully Customized Local Hearing Care for Greendale, IN
Built along Tanner Creek in the 1850s, Greendale, IN was a commercial center for farmers between Lawrenceburg and the railroad in Guilford. Most of the livestock and crops produced in the area were transported down the Ohio River from Lawrenceburg until the rural community took on more of a suburban character.
Hospitality services, located along US Highway 50, are a major economic contributor to Greendale and Lawrenceburg. Recreational opportunities and watersports are abundant in our area with the Ohio River, Old Channel Lake, and Hidden Valley Lake, and golf course in close proximity.
“Bundled” treatment plans are common practice when individuals with hearing challenges look to get help with their hearing and they often find themselves paying for all the “extras” they don’t need or want. Flex Audiology delivers premium hearing care that is fully customized to address your unique hearing care needs.
Individuals in Greendale, IN have had access to advanced hearing care that meets their specific needs since 2018. Along with hearing tests, hearing aids, tinnitus management, balance testing, cochlear implants, or pediatric audiology, we also provide services like earwax removal, hearing aid repair, and we help check on your insurance coverage.
We provide our patients from Greendale and the nearby community of Hidden Valley with personalized, professional audiological care that addresses their needs without having to pay for more. To start your “streamlined” journey to better hearing, contact Flex Audiology or come by our clinic in Lawrenceburg, IN.
Extremely professional and very thorough.
“Dr. Person took the needed time to explain all of the exam, options, costs, next steps, etc. Accessible and willing to work with me. Would highly recommend!
401 W. Eads Parkway
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Before or after regular business hours by appointment only
Different Ways We Can Help
When Was Your Last Hearing Assessment?
Our typical health maintenance priorities tend to include regular dental checkups, eye tests, and an annual physical, but few of us commit to regular hearing tests. However, since hearing loss is the third most common health condition addressed by doctors, impacting 1 in 8 individuals, maybe it’s time to take hearing more seriously.
By identifying hearing loss in its early stages, we’re able to take smart, preventive measures to maximize your long-term hearing health. A hearing evaluation is quick, easy, non-invasive, and you get the results as soon as you finish testing rather than waiting on lab results, allowing our audiologists to identify the type and severity of your hearing loss, program your hearing aids to address your specific needs and evaluate the success of treatment.
Hearing Aid Technology Tailored to Fit Your Needs
Just like your smartphone, the digital technology used in today’s hearing aids is far superior to the analogue technology used in those bulky, frustrating devices your parents or grandparents wore. In addition to being smaller, lighter, and more discrete, advanced technology hearing aids feature powerful processing capable of enhancing sound clarity while decreasing background noise as well as rechargeable batteries and much more.
To provide a solution rather than making things worse, your hearing device must address your unique type and severity of hearing loss while taking into account your personal needs. A swelling market for over-the-counter devices adds to the confusion associated with finding the right hearing aid.
Your best hope for finding the right device in a sea of manufacturers, styles, and levels of technology is to partner with an experienced team of hearing aids specialists able to provide you with a personalized solution.
Maintain Healthy Ears with Professional Earwax Removal
Even though earwax can be a hassle to deal with at times, it plays an important role in providing moisture, removing dirt, debris, bacteria, fungus, or foreign objects from your ear canal, and warding off infections to keep your ears healthy.
Keeping your ears healthy involves a balanced approach to dealing with earwax. Too little earwax may lead to itching, irritation, and infection, while too much can cause stuffiness, muffled hearing, earaches, or a hearing aid malfunction.
Rather than risk damage to your ear canal and eardrum or impacting the wax, making things worse, the safest, most effective way to deal with earwax is to allow a professional with access to specialized equipment, techniques, and expertise to remove it for you.
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