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  • The Hearing Center in Kingston, PA
    Professionals Of All 3 Offices
    Providing Total Hearing Care.
  • Ace Hearing Centers, Lewisburg, PA
    Lewisburg Office
    Ace Hearing Centers
  • Ace Hearing Centers, Lewisburg, PA
    Serving The Hearing Impaired
    For Over 40 Years Because We Care.

Serving The
Hearing Impaired
in Lewisburg

For Over 40 Years Because We Care.

Visit One Of Our Other Four Convenient Locations

Bloomsburg:

570-784-8050

2201 5th St. Hollow Rd., Suite 3,
Bloomsburg, PA 17815

Hawley:

272-336-0560

2591 Rt. 6, Suite 101,
Hawley, PA 18428

Kingston:

570-287-8649

601 Wyoming Avenue,
Kingston, PA 18704

Williamsport:

570-567-1053

435 River Avenue,
Williamsport, Pa 17701

The Hearing Center's Services

Hearing Evaluations

Hearing evaluations are offered daily by appointment. This is what you may refer to as the "hearing test".

Latest Hearing Aid Technology

Cutting edge devices that can connect directly to your TV, land phone, or cellular phone.

Hearing Aid Repair and Service

We repair all brands of hearing aids, even if you didn't buy them from us.

Hearing Aid Evaluations

At the hearing aid evaluation, you and your audiologist will determine which type of hearing aid is best for you and your unique needs.

The Hearing Center's Services

Hearing Evaluations

Hearing evaluations are offered daily by appointment. This is what you may refer to as the "hearing test".

Latest Hearing Aid Technology

Cutting edge devices that can connect directly to your TV, land phone, or cellular phone.

Hearing Aid Repair and Service

We repair all brands of hearing aids, even if you didn't buy them from us.

Hearing Aid Evaluations

At the hearing aid evaluation, you and your audiologist will determine which type of hearing aid is best for you and your unique needs.

"We are an approved Geisinger Gold Provider.
Call our office for more information."
- Dr. Louis Sieminski

Welcome to The Hearing Center

The Hearing Center carries a full range of hearing aids from a variety of top manufacturers.

Customized Services

Customized Services

Our services are customized to your needs and your lifestyle. We begin with a Hearing Health History and Hearing Evaluation. We listen to your hearing needs and develop a program for improving your hearing that is tailored to you. This Communication Needs Assessment is essential in developing a profile of your individual needs and making sure our recomendations are right for you.

Your unique profile tells us the specific nature of your hearing loss and allows us to determine the best components for your individual Communication Enhancement Plan. If hearing devices are indicated, we recommend those that fit your specific needs. We educate you on the nature of your hearing profile, give you some practical communication strategies, set you up with a fun, computer-based program for auditory training and show you other devices that can help you with cell phones, television, telephone or other music systems.

Oticon Hearing Aids

Equipment

We guide you in choosing the technology that gives you the improvement you need in a size that is comfortable, in a shape that is easy to handle and in a finished look that is cosmetically appealing. Technologies vary in the benefit they provide and the way in which they enhance your hearing. They also vary in shape and size, with some fitting in the small recess behind the ear, some in the bowl portion inside the ear and others fitting deeply in the ear canal. The latest designs are: behind the ear, receiver (speaker) in the ear, half shell, completely in the canal, and invisibly in the canal.

The Hearing Center testing room

Connectivity

Connectivity is a series of devices that help you connect to a wide variety of communication and entertainment applications – transforming your hearing aids into a personal wireless headset.

ConnectLine enhances communication across the board. Face-to-face conversations are clearer and easier to control. Watching TV, listening to music, video chatting and talking on the phone are clearer than before. ConnectLine is the one solution that offers the most connectivity opportunities in one system

Oticon Brain Hearing

Technology

Oticon hearing instruments with BrainHearing technology are designed for your brain, supporting the hard work it does. BrainHearing helps you hear better, with less effort so you can participate more actively in life. When the sound signals from your ears are compromised your brain has to work even harder to fill in the gaps. This extra effort can take its toll. In fact, studies have shown that, over time, hearing loss can lead to isolation and depression. Recent studies show that “following conversation in noisy situations” is the number one challenge for people with hearing loss*. BrainHearing technology solves this problem by working in harmony with your brain to improve your ability to understand speech better, and focus on what’s important even in complex listening environments.

The Hearing Center carries a full range of hearing aids from a variety of top manufacturers.

Customized Services

Customized Services

Our services are customized to your needs and your lifestyle. We begin with a Hearing Health History and Hearing Evaluation. We listen to your hearing needs and develop a program for improving your hearing that is tailored to you. This Communication Needs Assessment is essential in developing a profile of your individual needs and making sure our recomendations are right for you.

Your unique profile tells us the specific nature of your hearing loss and allows us to determine the best components for your individual Communication Enhancement Plan. If hearing devices are indicated, we recommend those that fit your specific needs. We educate you on the nature of your hearing profile, give you some practical communication strategies, set you up with a fun, computer-based program for auditory training and show you other devices that can help you with cell phones, television, telephone or other music systems.

Oticon Hearing Aids

Equipment

We guide you in choosing the technology that gives you the improvement you need in a size that is comfortable, in a shape that is easy to handle and in a finished look that is cosmetically appealing. Technologies vary in the benefit they provide and the way in which they enhance your hearing. They also vary in shape and size, with some fitting in the small recess behind the ear, some in the bowl portion inside the ear and others fitting deeply in the ear canal. The latest designs are: behind the ear, receiver (speaker) in the ear, half shell, completely in the canal, and invisibly in the canal.

The Hearing Center testing room

Connectivity

Connectivity is a series of devices that help you connect to a wide variety of communication and entertainment applications – transforming your hearing aids into a personal wireless headset.

ConnectLine enhances communication across the board. Face-to-face conversations are clearer and easier to control. Watching TV, listening to music, video chatting and talking on the phone are clearer than before. ConnectLine is the one solution that offers the most connectivity opportunities in one system

Oticon Brain Hearing

Technology

Oticon hearing instruments with BrainHearing technology are designed for your brain, supporting the hard work it does. BrainHearing helps you hear better, with less effort so you can participate more actively in life. When the sound signals from your ears are compromised your brain has to work even harder to fill in the gaps. This extra effort can take its toll. In fact, studies have shown that, over time, hearing loss can lead to isolation and depression. Recent studies show that “following conversation in noisy situations” is the number one challenge for people with hearing loss*. BrainHearing technology solves this problem by working in harmony with your brain to improve your ability to understand speech better, and focus on what’s important even in complex listening environments.

Meet Our Doctors of Audiology

Ace Hearing Centers' licensed and board certified audiologists are trained to evaluate your hearing using the latest diagnostic equipment.

Meet Our Doctors of Audiology

Ace Hearing Centers' licensed and board certified audiologists are trained to evaluate your hearing using the latest diagnostic equipment.

Dr. Rachel Purinton
CCC-A Audiologist

After earning my Doctor of Audiology degree from Bloomsburg University, I pursued my passion to become a clinical audiologist.

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Dr. Amanda McHenry
CCC-A Audiologist

Dr. Amanda McHenry earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor's Degree from Dickinson College.

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"Meeting the challenges of the hearing impaired for children and adults for over 40 years." - Dr. Louis Sieminski

Hearing Care Is Health Care

Hearing Care Is Health Care

the hearing bone is connected to what?
Dr. Louis Sieminski, audiologist

The Hearing Bone Is Connected To What?

Hearing loss my signal other important health issues. Treating hearing loss may help more than just your hearing.

Oct 18, 2016
Hearing loss may cause dementia
Dr. Louis Sieminski, audiologist

Hearing Loss Linked to Dementia

It really doesn't seem fair: Hearing loss, a troublesome fact of life for more than 48 million Americans, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America, may increase the risk of cognitive problems and even dementia.

Updated April 2015
hearing loss Accelerates brain function decline
Rate of hearing loss increases significantly after age 90

Hearing Loss Accelerates Brain Function Decline in Older Adults

Older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than older adults whose hearing is normal, according to a new study by hearing experts at Johns Hopkins.

January 23, 2013
The brain concentrates on one thing at a time
Dr. Louis Sieminski, audiologist

The brain concentrates on one thing at a time.

When we are busy with something that requires the use of sight, the brain reduces hearing to make it easy for us, concludes a new study.

Sept 7, 2016
Prevalence, severity of tinnitus in the US.
Dr. Louis Sieminski, audiologist

Prevalence, severity of tinnitus in the US.

The reason you may have to say something twice when talking to older family members at Thanksgiving dinner may not be because of their hearing.

Jul 21, 2016