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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.
Welcome to Ace Hearing Centers
Ace Hearing Centers carries a full range of hearing aids from a variety of top manufacturers.
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. Alison LuzikCCC-A Audiologist
Alison completed a bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology/Audiology in 2014.- View Profile
Dr. Louis SieminskiCCC-A Audiologist
Dr. Sieminski is a native of Wyoming Valley and has dedicated his professional career to helping hearing impaired children and adults.- View Profile
Dr. Renee MonahanCCC-A Audiologist
Dr. Monahan has dedicated her professional career to helping diagnose hearing loss and improve the hearing capabilities.- View Profile
Ms. Sandra J. McGinleyM.S.,CCC-A Audiologist
Sandi has a bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders and master’s degree in Audiology.- View Profile
Hearing Care Is Health Care
Hearing loss my signal other important health issues. Treating hearing loss may help more than just your hearing.
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.
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.
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.
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.