All About Hearing – Midland, TX
Midland and the Permian Basin’s Most Trusted Hearing Care Experts
Located in the Permian Basin of West Texas, Midland, TX was established in 1881 as Midway Station on the Texas and Pacific Railway, halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso. The county seat of Midland county, the growth of our community exploded almost overnight after oil was discovered in 1923 and became the administrative center of the West Texas oil fields.
Though the effects of the oil boom have faded over the past 100 years, Forbes magazine ranked Midland the second fastest-growing small city in the United States in 2014. Ours is a community that offers cultural diversity in the fine arts and performing arts as well as the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, the Museum of the Southwest, with art from Taos Society of Artists, Karl Bodmer, and engravings by John J. and John W. Audubon, and the Midland County Historical Museum with reproductions of the “Midland Man,” (the skeleton of a Clovis female found near the city in 1953).
Some people believe that the only solution to hearing loss is hearing technology, but choosing the right team of experts with whom to establish a hearing care partnership is far more important when it comes to meeting your goal of better hearing. All About Hearing has built a reputation in Midland and nearby communities for providing advanced audiological care and establishing industry-leading best practices.
We’ve earned the trust of thousands of families, physicians and healthcare professionals throughout the Permian Basin. Our team of audiologists have combined great technology with compassionate hearing care that is customized to meet the unique needs of every individual we serve in Midland, TX and beyond.
2703 W Cuthbert Ave
Midland, TX 79701
08:00 - 12:00 Fri
Hearing loss is the third most prevalent health condition in America, but the first hearing assessment for most people with hearing loss doesn’t come until their hearing challenges begin to have a negative impact on their quality of life.
Protecting your hearing is as important to your overall health as regular dental check-ups, annual physicals, or frequent blood pressure and cholesterol checks. All About Hearing has developed a methodical hearing assessment process combined with our experience serving thousands of patients using the best practices of audiological care to provide the most accurate measurement of your hearing capacity.
If it has been more than a year since your last hearing test, our hearing care team wants to encourage you to learn the truth about your hearing by scheduling a hearing assessment before hearing challenges begin to affect your lifestyle and quality of life.
Have you noticed how cell phones have become smaller, lighter and powerful handheld computers? The same advancements in micro-digital and nano-digital technology that have heavily influenced cell phone design and capabilities have had a major impact on hearing aids, all but eliminating the outdated stigma associated with them.
Hearing aid manufacturers are now able to produce devices that are smaller, lighter, more stylish and discreet, but with more powerful processing capabilities able to produce more natural sound clarity without background noise and irritating feedback. Additionally, many include advanced features like long-lasting rechargeable batteries and the capacity to connect your digital devices, like your cellphone, television and computer to your hearing device.
Find out how All About Hearing is able to put advanced technology hearing aids in your ears instead of the bulky, frustrating hearing aids your parents and grandparents wore.
For most people with hearing loss, hearing aids provide the best solution to address their hearing challenges. In some instances, individuals with more complex hearing loss issues, hearing aids are not enough to meet their better hearing needs, prompting audiologists to turn to cochlear implants.
Improved hearing clarity and more natural sound capable of helping elevate speech and language processing capabilities for children as young as six to twelve-years-old as well as adolescents and adults are among the advantages gained through the use of electronic implants. Though they cannot cure deafness, along with hearing aids, or to replace them, cochlear implants are the best solution to overcome some specific hearing loss challenges.
Learn how All About Hearing has worked tirelessly to be one of the only clinics in West Texas to make cochlear implants available to our patients in Midland and the communities of the Permian Basin.
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“I was relieved that she [Sally] and her team could help me, and they did.”
Lori was fitted with hearing aids when she was two years old. However, she continued to struggle with her hearing throughout her life.
Although she didn’t have any major concerns prior to visiting Audiological Services, she still had plenty of hope that her hearing issues could be resolved. Lori says...
“You won’t be disappointed!”
Ray’s hearing aids were letting him down and this was putting a damper on his social life. He recalls he was “no longer engaging with people at family gatherings or other get togethers.”
Prior to visiting Audiological Services, Ray didn’t have any particular concerns. “I had already been evaluated by the VA & fit for hearing aids before,” he says. So, he pretty much knew what to expect.
“Very professional and helpful.”
Clifton became aware of his hearing loss while at work. He recalls, “I was having trouble hearing customers. I needed to have good hearing to be able to analyze the problem with customers’ phones.”
Knowing that he couldn’t carry on working this way, Clifton decided to visit Audiological Services. He says, “I just wanted honest answers and to correct my hearing problem.”
“A friendly and caring experience.”
John has a meaningful story to share. A story that is all too common for thousands of military personnel but is often overlooked or simply forgotten by others.
Hearing loss is actually quite common for those men and women who have devoted their lives to the military. Long-term exposure to machinery, gunfire, and explosives can damage the ears, with hearing loss and tinnitus common among active-duty personnel and veterans a like.
“Audiological Services can help you hear your best!”
It is often said that the best things in life are free. For James, this couldn’t be closer to the truth.
Recalling how he discovered he had a hearing loss, James said, “I didn’t realize I had a hearing problem until I participated in a free hearing test offered by Audiological Services. I was surprised by the result but then realized I needed help with my hearing.”
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“Everyone was very friendly.”
Robert has lived with an untreated hearing loss for quite some time. He first became aware that he had a hearing loss about 20 years ago “when my mother-in-law noticed I wasn’t hearing her very well.” He decided to seek treatment when he became concerned about miscommunicating with people.
Robert’s first appointment at Audiological Services was a positive experience. He says, “Everyone was very friendly, and the doctor explained things very well.”
“Go get checked out.”
For many people, accepting they have a hearing challenge is often an obstacle they must overcome before doing anything about it. Take James, for example.
Despite misunderstanding words, James says he felt like “I don’t need help. I can hear just fine.” However, a comprehensive hearing assessment at Audiological Services soon revealed the truth, prompting James to take further action...
John was tired. Tired of being told how loud he was by his family. He recalls, “I was constantly being told I was yelling, and when I went into restaurants or movies, I always had to ask what was being said.”
He remembered his grandpa’s hearing aids, and this initially had him concerned about any potential devices he might need to wear.