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Where can you get a hearing test?

Where can you get a hearing test?

If you are having hearing issues, then you may be wondering where you can go to have your hearing tested. Hearing tests are frequently administered by audiologists, or other health professionals. However, audiologists often work in a wide variety of settings. So, here are some of the possible places where you can get a hearing test.

1. The audiologist’s office

Many audiologists have private practices. This means that their offices will most likely be located in office buildings. You can locate an audiologist in your area by searching However, if your insurance policy does not require a referral, then you can simply book an appointment and go and get your hearing tested. There are a wide range of tests that your audiologist may give to you, depending on your situation.

2. Schools

If you are a child in school, then you will probably have your hearing tested by an audiologist at certain points during your education. Many schools have programs that involve audiologists coming into the school and administering hearing tests. The reason why many schools do this is because it can be a lot more beneficial for children to start treating hearing issues at a younger age opposed to an older one.

Hearing tests and hearing screenings

Keep in mind, not all hearing tests are created equal. You may see websites, general physicians and other professionals offering free hearing screenings. These are generally more basic, elementary tests that only determine whether or not you should have a complete hearing evaluation performed. You may choose to take one of these hearing screenings, but if you notice you’re still struggling to keep up with conversations or find you’re still turning the volume up on your television or radio, you should visit an audiologist and have a hearing test done.

Hearing tests are pain-free and noninvasive, so you have nothing to worry about. They usually take anywhere from 15 minutes to one hour, depending which hearing tests your audiologist chooses to administer.

If you’re concerned about your hearing test, your appointment with the audiologist or anything else, don’t hesitate to discuss your feelings and ask as many questions as you need to feel comfortable and competent. Your audiologist wants you to get the most out of their services, so they’ll be happy to answer any and all questions you have!


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