937 Valley Creek Drive, Farmington, MO 63640
937 Valley Creek Drive, Farmington, MO 63640
FREE Hearing Test and a Risk-FREE Trial on Hearing Devices at Our Farmington, Missouri Southwestern Hearing Aid Center.
The hearing center in Farmington is located on Valley Creek Drive in the small strip mall between Schnucks and the Pasta House. From Highway 32 East you will turn right on Maple Valley Drive, then make an immediate right on Valley Creek Drive.
Have you noticed that understanding conversation is difficult? If so, you may have hearing loss or hearing impairment. A quick one-hour test from Southwestern Hearing Centers can determine if you have hearing loss and if hearing instruments can help you.
Hearing Aids In Farmington, MO
Southwestern Hearing Centers provides Farmington, Missouri with hearing aids, hearing aid repair, and complete hearing tests.
Our offices all have licensed hearing instrument specialists and audiologists that are dedicated to providing the best possible customer experience and quality hearing healthcare for you or your family.
Improve Your Quality Of Life
Hearing is so important to what we do and how we live. It’s hard to enjoy the things you love if you cannot hear well.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could spend more time doing the things that make your life happier and less time worrying about your hearing? You could make more phone calls, listen to your loved ones, and have less anxiety about living your day-to-day life.
Southwestern Hearing Centers specializes in helping patients find better hearing solutions in Farmington, MO. Our goal is to help you get your life back by improving your quality of life through better hearing.
Let our hearing professionals give you a complimentary hearing consultation and a 30-day hearing aid trial.
All of our locations offer many different services to make sure all your needs are met.
- Comprehensive hearing tests
- Annual hearing tests
- Hearing aid repairs
- Hearing aid adjustments
- Custom-fit hearing aids
- Hearing aid fittings
Contact us today to see how our hearing care providers and audiologists can help you.
Hearing Aid Repairs
Trust the professionals at Southwestern Hearing Centers for your hearing aid repair needs. We strive to provide attentive and friendly service to help make hearing aids more convenient to use. Whether you need a battery replaced or a button tightened, we have the expertise to get the job done right.
Hearing Aids For Tinnitus Care and Treatment
Tinnitus symptoms may also begin as a result of a sudden, very loud sound like an explosion or they may gradually begin to appear in time. People with tinnitus often feel that it disrupts their life, complain that it disrupts their ability to sleep, focus, and live normally.
Our hearing aids can be used in tinnitus treatment and therapy. The most basic way our hearing devices can benefit you if you experience tinnitus is by discreetly magnifying background noise to help reduce the awareness of ringing in your ears. This means that your brain can concentrate on the sounds that you want to hear instead of the sound that rings through your ears.
This will help you focus on the sound of someone’s voice, on the tv, or music you’re trying to listen to.
Contact Us To Book Your Appointment Today
Don’t struggle with hearing loss or watch a loved one struggle any longer. Contact us today and see how we can improve your life.
Pick up the phone and give us a call to find our appointment availability or to work out your appointment preference. Our friendly staff can help you pick out times that will work for you and let you know all the details you need and the options available to you.
Frequently Asked Questions About Hearing Loss
What Are Signs Of Hearing Loss?
Signs of hearing loss include:
- difficulty hearing other people clearly and misunderstanding what they say, especially in noisy places
- asking people to repeat themselves
- listening to music or watching TV with the volume higher than other people need
- difficulty hearing on the phone
- finding it hard to keep up with a conversation
- feeling tired or stressed from having to concentrate while listening
What Are The 4 Types Of Hearing Loss?
The 4 Types Of Hearing Loss Are:
- Conductive Hearing Loss
Hearing loss caused by something that stops sounds from getting through the outer or middle ear. This type of hearing loss can often be treated with medicine or surgery.
- Sensorineural Hearing Loss
Hearing loss that occurs when there is a problem in the way the inner ear or hearing nerve works.
- Mixed Hearing Loss
Hearing loss that includes both a conductive and a sensorineural hearing loss.
- Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
Hearing loss that occurs when sound enters the ear normally, but because of damage to the inner ear or the hearing nerve, sound isn’t organized in a way that the brain can understand.
What Is Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?
Structural and fibrous hearing loss can result from injury to the ear’s hearing structures and nerves. More frequently, this kind of hearing loss is referred to as “noise-induced hearing loss”, which can’t be repaired.
About Farmington, MO
Farmington is a central town in St. Francois County, situated approximately 75 miles south of St. Louis in the southern Lead Belt region. It is also the county seat of St. Francois County, Missouri. As of the 2021 Census, the estimated population was 16,120.
There is no shortage of jobs in the area as it is very near to major cities such as Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, and Detroit. The climate of the area lends itself to a good climate for raising livestock, such as cattle, horses, and hogs. There are many attractions that visitors to the area will enjoy. There is the Ozark Mountains to be seen along with the St. Louis archway. The Twin Oaks Vineyard and Winery is a popular stop for wine aficionados, and kids love the Farmington Water Park and Maple Valley Mall.