Hearing Aids in Northern Kentucky

Highest level of
training

Every audiologist holds an advanced degree in Audiology

Very competitive
Prices

Word of mouth does the advertising for us – this keeps prices low.

A Medical Facility, not just a hearing aid shop

Operated by the largest group of Board Certified Ear Nose and Throat physicians in the area.

There when you
need us!

Serving the region since 1985.

Hearing Aids Northern KY

There are many choices to be made in the purchase of a hearing aid. The most important first step is choosing a center that can diagnose and treat the entire spectrum of ear and hearing disorders. One that can properly fit, tune and care for your hearing device with the most up-to-date software and hardware available - today and for years to come.

Optimal benefit from any hearing aid requires the level of expertise and dedication provided by the audiologists of Certified Hearing Aid Consultants, and their affiliation with the 10 Board Certified Ear Nose and Throat Specialists of Head and Neck Surgery Associates.

 

Call any of our 4 locations to schedule an appointment directly with one of our Audiologists. *

* With advanced degrees, our Audiologists are trained to recognize causes of hearing impairment that could be corrected without the need for hearing aids. If this is discovered, then we can arrange for evaluation by one of our ENT specialists.

 

OR – You may schedule an evaluation first with one of our Ear Nose and Throat Doctors by calling 859-781-4900 **

** If you believe there is another condition contributing to your hearing loss, anything from a wax accumulation to a family history of Otosclerosis, then one of our board certified ENT physicians would be happy to evaluate you for this. We can perform a hearing test with one of the audiologists that same day.

Email our Audiologists with any questions or to request an appointment hearing@nkyent.com

About Us

Hearing Aid Consultants DoctorsCertified Hearing Aid Consultants, affiliated with Head and Neck Surgery Associates, is staffed by fully licensed, certified and dedicated audiologists. Since 1985 the Audiologists of Certified Hearing Aid Consultants have served the Northern Kentucky Region and Greater Cincinnati Region with the latest technology available for diagnosing and rehabilitating hearing deficits – we’ll be there when you need us!

The audiology staff of Certified Hearing Aid Consultants are very experienced, and utilize the latest technology to analyze complex hearing problems. We fit the latest technology in hearing instruments, and work with you beyond the initial fitting of a hearing aid in the tuning and rehabilitation of hearing problems.

Each audiologist is a University trained professional who has obtained the highest level of audiology education possible, either a Doctoral Degree in Audiology or PhD. In addition, each of our 10 physicians are board certified in Otolaryngology – Ear Nose and Throat medicine. These physicians work directly and on a daily basis with the Audiologists of Certified Hearing Aid Consultants. Together this team is capable of the identification and care of all types of hearing problems. We can ensure that you receive a thorough, accurate hearing evaluation, and that your hearing health care needs are met.

The Audiologists of Certified Hearing Aid Consultants are licensed by the States of Kentucky and Indiana and certified by both the American Academy of Audiology and American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.

Hearing Checklist Testing

Hearing Checklist, Do You ...

Misunderstand conversations?
Ask people to repeat certain words?
Avoid social situations where you find it harder to hear or understand?
Turn up the TV or radio so loud that it annoys others?
Have ringing, roaring or buzzing in your ears?
Think people mumble?
Hear better in one ear than the other?
Find women’s and children’s voices difficult to hear?

If you answer “yes” to one or more of these “warning signs,” you may have a hearing loss. 30% of people over age 65, and 70-80% of people age 75 have a “significant” hearing impairment. In all, more than 30 million Americans have hearing loss.