Waterford, Connecticut

County Hearing And Balance

County Hearing And Balance

167 Parkway N
Waterford, CT 06385
(860) 443-6944
County Hearing And Balance, Audiologists, Health and Beauty, Waterford, Connecticut

Whether you are experiencing hearing loss or tinnitus, coping with hearing issues can take a toll on your day-to-day life. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to hear well again. Through quality diagnostics and assistive devices, the team of experienced audiologists at County Hearing and Balance in Madison, CT, helps patients with sensory issues regain their quality of life.

For nearly four decades, the team of four licensed audiologists at County Hearing and Balance has been serving the communities of Waterford, Groton, Norwich, and Middletown with the highest quality care. Whether you are struggling with dizziness, hearing loss, balance problems, or another auditory issue, these professionals will provide you the prompt, effective evaluation and treatment you deserve. The practice offers a full range of state-of-the-art hearing aids, devices, and other instruments, so they are best able to find a solution to meet every patient’s needs.

The audiologists and the rest of the supporting staff at County Hearing and Balance want to help the valued members of their community. In part, they do this by promoting access to this vital health service by making initial consultations and diagnostic testing completely free. Afterward, they will help you move forward with a hearing loss solution suited towards your unique condition, needs, and personal wishes. By prioritizing personalized care, this staff ensures every patient is well-cared for.

For high-quality hearing services in Madison, look no further than County Hearing and Balance. To schedule an appointment, speak with a friendly staff member today by calling (203) 245-1950. For more information, visit the practice’s website.

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