We provide a comprehensive array of services for the evaluation, rehabilitation, and prevention of hearing impairment. These services include:
- Comprehensive hearing evaluations
- Specialized diagnostic testing, such as live speech mapping
- Hearing aid fitting, counseling, and repair
- Earwax removal
- Custom earplugs and monitors
We use the latest technology to assess your hearing loss, and we carry an extensive range of innovative hearing aids to suit every lifestyle. You can select from both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear hearing aids in many sizes and styles, each of which offers its own distinct benefits and features.
Our website highlights the specials we run to save you time and money on your hearing aid services, from discounted devices to battery sales. We encourage you to check out our online specials before you contact us for your hearing test.
Signs of Hearing Loss
There are many different types of hearing loss, and they each have different causes and symptoms. If you experience any of the following, you may be suffering from hearing loss:
Low or quiet sounds
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Trouble hearing background noises
Difficulty understanding speech
At Inland Hearing Aids, Inc., we offer state-of-the-art hearing aids at old-fashioned prices. We make it our priority to provide you with the best possible hearing aid services customized to fit your precise needs. Call our office in Moses Lake, WA today at (509) 765-4467 to schedule an appointment.
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