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Hearing healthcare group that offers solutions and services to help people with hearing loss connect with friends and family. Two locations, Waco, TX and Killeen, TX.
We started this journey to help as many people as we can by providing the best patient care and most important, AFFORDABLE hearing aids. In our office, everyone will have access to hearing health for themselves as well as their loved ones. Texas Hearing Solutions carries all hearing aid manufacturers with newest technology available. Something so small can make such a HUGE difference in your life.
Hearing loss can have a big impact on your life, from your work to your relationships and emotional well-being. Hearing aids can make a big difference, especially if you pick the right ones and get help adjusting to them. That's where we come in, will be with you every step of the way.
Texas Hearing Solutions understands that sometimes hearing aids are just not possible. Hard times happen to us all. Reason we give hearing aids away to someone in need 3 times a year. Please look at the giveaway tab and follow our journey. If you know someone you'd like to nominate please send us a message.
Hearing screenings are always free, please call and make an appointment.
We provide most repairs in house, most of are repairs are free of charge. Helping our community is our most important.
An obstructed ear canal often is the cause of hearing loss and could be painful at times. Call for a cleaning, offering free cleanings thru Dec.
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Hearing aids don’t provide a cure for tinnitus but they help in providing relief. Basically hearing aids for tinnitus help manage tinnitus patients who need amplifying background noises to reduce the constant ringing sound in the ear. Most of the hearing devices offer a noise generator which helps you in distracting your mind from the clicking or roaring sound in the ear.
Scientists have found that a person’s chances for mental decline seem to go up the worse their hearing problems are. In one study, mild, moderate, and severe hearing loss made the odds of dementia 2, 3, and 5 times higher over the following 10-plus years.
Hearing and balance are closely linked. It’s common for people with hearing loss to suffer with a balance problem. In fact, as many as 30% of people suffering with hearing loss may also have balance issues. However, hearing loss doesn’t always cause problems with balance. It depends on the type of hearing loss someone has. You can also have balance problems without hearing loss. Something simple like poor blood circulation, an infection, or trauma can be enough to send your balance out of whack.