Hearing aids aren’t one-size-fits-all.

audiologists change lives

Unidentified hearing loss can have serious
negative impacts on your daily life, but we can help.


Stress & Irritation

Hetu et al (1993) demonstrated that family members as well as the person with hearing loss may experience stress, tension, and irritation when hearing loss is not identified.

Social & Emotional Dysfunction

Hearing aids are very successful treatments for reversing the social, emotional, and communication dysfunction caused by hearing impairment (Annals Internal Medicine).

Declining Quality of Life

Unidentified hearing loss has a significant effect on an individual’s quality of life, including negative effects on communication, functional health status and family relationships.
Dr Susan Parr

Let us profile your hearing today

Changes in your hearing usually come on gradually and are difficult for you to detect. We may find that some sounds are currently outside your hearing range and we have the best approach and technology to bring those sounds back within range.

We believe that no single hearing instrument manufacturer can best fit everyone’s hearing loss and lifestyle. You’re an individual, and your hearing aid needs to be fit specifically for you.

After administering an extensive diagnostic evaluation to determine if hearing instruments are appropriate for your loss, Dr. Parr selects the device to meet your specific, individual needs.

Reeducating Your Brain

Reaching your full hearing potential is a process. The hearing aid is only the first step. Your brain has to become familiar with sounds you haven’t heard in a long time. The audiologists at Parr’s Pro Hearing work with you to bring you your best possible hearing through specific training and fitting techniques.
If you’ve had hearing loss for a long time, your hearing aid may cause you to hear sounds that seem tinny, unnatural, or harsh. Your hearing aid may be amplifying high frequency speech sounds like /s/, /th/, /f/ – sounds you probably haven’t heard in years.

Our doctors work with you to retrain your brain so you can hear and become comfortable with those sounds again.

Hearing Aid Styles

We offer all types of hearing aid styles. Your hearing loss and personal preferences will determine which style is the best for you.
The world’s most common style. Available in regular, mini, Power or Power Plus.
Small, discreet, and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time wearers.
Custom-formed ear mold that fits within the outer portion of the ear.
Custom ear mold fits in the ear canal. Smaller portion shows in outer ear.

Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing aid shows outside of the ear canal.

Hearing aids so tiny, no one will notice you’re wearing them.

Parr’s Pro Hearing cares for patients by dispensing the most advanced hearing aids of all styles from major manufacturers. Take a deeper look at some of the incredible technology available today.

Hearing Loss and the Brain printable

Download "Hearing Loss and the Brain" – A Free Informational Printable

Research found an association between age-related hearing loss and cognitive function, impairment, and dementia.

Learn more about the evidence we have to explain how hearing loss impacts the brain – and what to do about it.

Levels of Hearing Aid Technology

Regardless of your hearing loss type, lifestyle, personal preferences, age, or budget, we have the right hearing aid for you.

Here are the levels of hearing aid technology based on what you will able to hear:

One-on-one (quiet)
Business meetings
Social events (party)
Driving & outdoors