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Melbourne FL Audiologists & Hearing Aids

Choosing the right audiologist is the single most important factor to improving your hearing. At Harbor City Hearing Solutions, we take the time to get to know you and get a full understanding of your hearing needs so that we can help you find the right hearing solution.

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Harbor City Hearing Solutions

Harbor City Hearing Solutions is committed to providing the best audiologists and hearing aids in Melbourne, FL. Dr. Elizabeth White is a Board Certified Doctor of Audiology with over 17 years of experience.

We offer a range of hearing services, including diagnostic testing for hearing loss and common hearing issues; custom hearing protection; hearing aid evaluations, fittings, and maintenance; and other hearing care services and products.

From our office locations in Rockledge, FL and Melbourne Beach, FL, we serve a wide variety of patients from all of Brevard County and Indian River County.

Our Audiology Services

We offer comprehensive hearing healthcare to the residents of Melbourne, FL and beyond, including these services and more.

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Hearing Evaluations

A diagnostic audiologic evaluation is the best way to determine if a hearing loss is present and, if so, to detail the type and severity of the hearing loss.

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Tinnitus Evaluations

We are experts in diagnosing and treating tinnitus. We offer a variety of treatment methods, depending on the cause of your tinnitus, that have been proven to help people find relief.

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Ear Wax Removal

Ear wax can build up and become annoying. We can help by safely and effectively removing ear wax without risking damage to your inner ear which could cause hearing loss.

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Other Audiology Services

Hearing issues can take many forms including difficulty hearing, difficulty understanding, and vertigo. We are here to help you determine the cause of your hearing issues and find a solution.

Hearing Aids & Protection Solutions

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Custom Ear Protection

Loud noises, water, and other environmental factors can cause damage if you are constantly exposed to it. Protect your hearing with custom ear protection designed to fit your lifestyle.

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Hearing Aids

We work with many of the leading hearing aid manufacturers to find the best hearing aid solution for each individual based on their individual needs and lifestyle.

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Hearing Aid Services

We provide comprehensive hearing aid evaluations, hearing aid fittings with real ear measurement, and repairs for most brands and models of hearing aids.

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Other Solutions

Hearing solutions take many forms including assistive listening devices. ALDs are personal technologies that can help you communicate and hear more effectively in everyday situations.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are willing to pay for audiology treatments out of pocket, you can self-refer to an audiologist. There is no need to contact a doctor if you self-refer. However, if you intend to use your insurance to fund the consultation, testing, and other costs, you must first obtain a referral from a physician.

A physician recommendation is required for all diagnostic audiological therapies presently reimbursed by Medicare. Furthermore, the goal of the examination is determined by the primary reason for the referral. A relevant symptom, sign, or complaint must be used to justify each diagnostic approach or therapy.

A hearing aid specialist may conduct hearing tests and recommend the best hearing aid for a particular client’s hearing loss. Audiologists can test for and diagnose a broader spectrum of hearing and balance problems. Audiologists are medical professionals who study the pathophysiology of hearing loss and can determine the underlying cause. Hearing aid specialists can only fit hearing aids and conduct hearing tests.

Hearing aid dispensers (HADs) are fully qualified professionals who can test hearing and offer after-care services for hearing aids. Hearing aid dispensers must be certified and licensed in order to use hearing technology. Meanwhile, audiologists may test and diagnose a greater range of hearing and balance problems. An audiologist may be more beneficial for medically relevant therapies such as balance difficulties, noise-induced hearing loss, and earwax impactions. Both are qualified to fit, adjust, maintain, clean, and repair hearing aids.

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