Forest Glen, Maryland

Audiology Unlimited - Silver Spring

Hear Better, Live Better!

Audiology Unlimited - Silver Spring

1400 Forest Glen Road, #315
Silver Spring, MD 20910
301-754-0085
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For over 30 years Audiology Unlimited has provided the best in cutting-edge audiology practices. Voted "Best of 2012" by Hearing Review Magazine, the top Washington, D.C.-area clinic offers state-of-the-art hearing and hearing aid services at three separate locations in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties, MD.

Led by Dr. Kathy Mellott, Au.D., the staff of audiology professionals are proud to provide expert audiological and hearing aid services at all three Audiology Unlimited locations. In addition to providing complete hearing and balance services, a variety of high-end makes, models, and brands are available for hearing aids and ear plugs, if required by clients. Area musicians – and their friends – will appreciate Dr. Mellott’s uniquely focused attention on specialty earplugs, designed to maximize the protection of musicians’ ears for life.

Audiology Unlimited is currently accepting new patients, as well as most insurance providers. From progressive techniques to personalized care, each clinic provides a warm, welcoming environment for patients of all ages. Visit the contact page on the practice’s website to learn more about individual audiologists, as well as discover which office most adequately suits your needs. For more on upcoming events in the field of audiology, or to view recently published articles by Dr. Mellott, click here

Announcements & Events from Audiology Unlimited - Silver Spring
Ear Protection! Worth watching..., Forest Glen, Maryland
Ear Protection! Worth watching..., Forest Glen, Maryland
State-of-the-Art Hearing Aids, Forest Glen, Maryland
Hearing aids can help you hear better on the phone, watching TV, in a theater, and even in a noisy restaurant! Latest technology computer-programmed hearing aids can now be cus...read more
Audiology Unlimited applauds this 11-year-old who raised $75k to help people hear, Forest Glen, Maryland
Audiology Unlimited applauds this 11-year-old who raised $75k to help people hear.  Watch his video. read more
May is Better Hearing Month, Forest Glen, Maryland
May is Better Hearing Month, drawing attention to almost 20 million Americans with untreated hearing loss.  Audiologists are educated to provide hearing and balance care to peop...read more
Wednesday, April 19, 2017, starts a new beginning for Audiology Unlimited-Upper Marlboro as we move to our new location at 15209 Marlboro Pike, Suite 208. Good news: New place,...read more
March 3, 2017 is World Hearing Day.  Contact Dr. Kathy Mellott, audiologist, to assess your hearing levels and needs. Contact Audiology Unlimited. read more
See you in 2017 at our offices in Upper Marlboro, Silver Spring or College Park.  Contact us at audiology@verizon.net  Happy New Year! read more
For a limited time, Audiology Unlimited and College Park Hearing Service are offering a free hearing aid accessory (up to a $400 value) with purchase of new hearing aids.  ...read more
The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging families across America to keep loved ones with hearing loss close this holiday season by encouraging them to get their hearing checked a...read more
Hearing loss affects almost 50 million Americans today. Although hearing problems are commonly associated with the normal aging process, more than half of all hearing-impaired person...read more
I love to read--always have.  Books are a great way to escape your world for a bit or to spend time learning more about it.  Recently, I’ve read several books related to he...read more
A Greek philosopher once said, “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” Unfortunately, for one out of 10 of us, two ears are not always enou...read more
One particular patient of mine has worn a hearing aid in his left ear for decades despite the fact that his right ear would benefit from amplification as well. To him, wearing one he...read more
This Sunday, Beltsville Day 2016 is happening at the Beltsville Community Center!  Unlike the gross weather of late, tomorrow is supposed to be a beautiful Spring day.  Com...read more
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!  The goal is to raise awareness about communication disorders.  Hearing loss is one of the most widespread chronic health conditions...read more
Some of my toughest critics are engineers and musicians. When a patient walks in and tells me something like, “I’m having difficulties hearing in the higher register… somewhere arou...read more
"I want to hear better but I don't want to pay for two hearing aids."This is something I hear a lot and so I have my argument prepared. Imagine walking around with one eye covered. ...read more
Have you ever misplaced your car keys or your television remote? Sometimes, if you’re not careful, it is easy to lose everyday items in the chaos of the day. Losing or damaging a h...read more
You’ve heard about tinnitus— noises such as ringing, buzzing, and/or roaring in the ear? Well, have you heard about pulsatile tinnitus? This is tinnitus which is perceived as a rhy...read more
A woman presented today with a hearing loss in her right ear only.  She began noticing a ringing noise accompanying difficulties with hearing within the last month.  After ...read more
This past weekend, I screened the hearing of a young boy.  The results suggested he had an asymmetrical hearing loss, meaning one ear heard better than the other.  When I e...read more
Today, a woman brought her elderly mother in for a hearing evaluation.  She asked me something I've been asked many times before."Instead of paying for new, expensive hearing ai...read more
Have you ever seen an ad on the television, in a magazine, or perhaps on Amazon for Hearing Amplifiers?  While these products are designed to combat common hearing issues, they ...read more
Audiologists are more than just hearing healthcare specialists.  A large portion of the job includes counseling.  Hearing loss affects several aspects of a person's life an...read more
Happy Holidays to you and yours from Audiology Unlimited and College Park Hearing Services and a very Happy 2016!read more
Do you get your teeth checked regularly?  How about your eyes?  Your hearing too?If you don't have your hearing evaluated, what is your reasoning? Do you assume you have go...read more
On average, my commute to and from work takes 2.5-3 hours. To save me from going crazy with the traffic and the same four songs on each radio station, I listen to audio books. Most...read more
For some adults, and quite a few young children, going to a doctor can be a scary experience.  Yesterday, I had a six year old boy on my schedule with a note that he may need to...read more
“I didn’t want to make an appointment with an audiologist to have my hearing tested because I knew he or she would tell me I needed hearing aids.”This is something patients say a lot...read more
Happy Thanksgiving from Audiology Unlimited & College Park Hearingread more
One of the perks of working with an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) doctor, is that I get to see a lot of cool cases.  For instance, today a woman was scheduled who had a large perf...read more
My ears have been popping like crazy.  I've had a nasty cough for the last week which has led to a buildup of mucous and Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD).  You may not kno...read more
This post has nothing do with Audiology besides the fact that I am an Audiology Doctoral Intern.I recently had an oil change and tire rotation performed on my car.  Driving home...read more
Once people find out I work with ears, the thing I am asked about most often is wax."What is earwax?""Do I need it?""How can I get rid of wax?"Earwax, also referred to as cerumen, is...read more
My patients range from brand-new babies to centenarians.  Each one comes with his or her own sense of humor, set of skills, attitude, and stories:The veteran who sacrificed...read more
People who suffer from hearing loss often have common complaints:"I have trouble hearing the people at my table while dining in a restaurant.""People on the phone talk too quickly an...read more
Sound moves as a wave through space. As sound travels, it interacts with the structures of the body (specifically: the ears, head, and chest). Most people think our ears are all we...read more
Today, I, along with the co-owner of Audiology Unlimited, Pat Mellott, attended the Maryland Music Educators Association Fall In-Service Conference. We were there to provide informa...read more
For the last several months, I have been learning from and working alongside Kathy Mellott, Doctor of Audiology.  With over thirty years of experience, she has been successfully...read more
October is Audiology Awareness Month! Audiologists are licensed health-care professionals who evaluate hearing loss and balance disorders. In the United States, hearing loss is a w...read more
October is Audiology Awareness Month: Follow These 3 Tips For Healthy EarsBy Dr. Kathy Mellott, audiologistHearing is a major part of how most people experience their surroundings. D...read more
I love my job.  Sure, sometimes I experience frustration because of my work.  I suppose most people do.  Still, my job as an Audiologist allows me to improve the quali...read more
The process of deciding to try a hearing aid can be stressful for some people. Just the thought that there may be something wrong is a concern. It is not unusual to wait weeks to get...read more
As evidence increases showing that there may be a connection between hearing loss and dementia, the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging hearing checks among Baby Boomers and Gen...read more
Hearing loss currently affects more than 36 million Americans today. Although hearing problems are commonly associated with the normal aging process, more than half of all hearing-im...read more
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At Audiology Unlimited and College Park Hearing Services, we work with several manufacturers in order to give our patients a variety of hearing aids from which to choose. The style...read more
We had a great day on Friday talking to Maryland Music teachers about healthy hearing!   Looking forward to another day of promoting ear protection for musicians at the Baltimor...read more
Dr. Kathy Mellott, and Audiology Unlimited, provides two kinds of musician’s earplugs: ready-fit and custom-made. Protect your hearing while playing or directing music. Visit the Au...read more
Dr. Kathy Mellott, and Audiology Unlimited, provides two kinds of musician’s earplugs: ready-fit and custom-made. Protect your hearing while playing or directing music.  Visit t...read more
What if George Washington needed hearing help?  Just saying...Happy Birthday, Mr. President from Audiology Unlimited.read more
February 20-22, busy for Audiology Unlimited promoting Ear Protection for Musicians at the Maryland Music Educators Association on Friday and Saturday and at the Mid-Atlantic Flute F...read more
Research shows that approximately 36 million American adults suffer from some form of hearing loss. There is a wide range of causes of this condition, including exposure to loud nois...read more
MORE PEOPLE CAN PARTICIPATE! There are openings in a new NIH-funded study for new or current hearing aid users age 55 and over. Participants will receive additional education abou...read more
The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging families across America to keep loved ones with hearing loss close this holiday season by encouraging them to get their hearing checked a...read more
Free hearing aid batteries for life with fitting of new hearing aids. Offer includes size 10, 312, 13, 675 and rechargeable 312 and 13.read more
It can be hard on a family when a loved one begins to suffer from hearing loss. The family dynamic might change and stress levels could rise to a new high. It's important to understa...read more
Hearing is a major part of how most people experience their surroundings. Despite this, approximately 36 million Americans experience hearing loss every day due to negligent ear care...read more
According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and studies have shown that hearing loss is nearly twice as p...read more
New studies have shown a possible link between hearing loss and dementia. Although both tend to arise with age, there may be a stronger connection between hearing loss and cognitive ...read more
Losing your ability to hear, without the use of treatment or hearing aids, is debilitating. When hearing tests confirm the beginning stages of hearing loss, it can be both confusing ...read more
Do you suspect that you're experiencing hearing loss? There are many warning signs that indicate your hearing may be fading. Many signs can be subtle and emerge slowly, while others ...read more
Summer concert season is here, and although we may all clamber to see our favorite bands, we might not like the ringing ears that come along with that.The doctors of audiology at&nbs...read more
Many people are confused during the first few months of using a hearing aid. Many may think the device is not working, not fitted properly, or perhaps even making things worse. But t...read more
Audiology follows me everywhere. That's a good thing!read more
For more than 30 years, Audiology Unlimited has been providing cutting-edge audiology practices to individuals throughout Prince Georges and Montgomery Counties in Maryland...read more
Fireworks are loud. Protect your hearing. Use earplugs.  And, remember to protect the kids' hearing, too. Happy 4th of July!read more
As an audiologist, I am interested in the results of recent studies that indicate a connection between hearing loss and other major health problems, including a decrease in cognitive...read more
Audiology humor...read more
While you should never repair your hearing aid by yourself, Audiology Unlimited sees hearing aid issues every day that can easily be fixed. These simple issues require mini...read more
If you have hearing aids, talking on your cell phone can be difficult, as they may create feedback that makes it difficult to hear conversations. There could be a static noise caused...read more
The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging families across America to keep loved ones with hearing loss close this holiday season by encouraging them to get their hearing checked a...read more
For over 30 years Dr. Kathy Mellott has provided top-quality audiology services in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. A licensed audiologist in private practice since 1993, Dr. ...read more
Start the New Year off right with better hearing. Many insurance companies are beginning to cover a portion of the cost of hearing aids. Federal Employee Plans (FEP) of CareFirst B...read more
There are several common myths or misunderstandings about hearing loss and hearing aids. This article will attempt to explain and/or dispel those myths and misunderstandings.Myth nu...read more
It would seem that hearing is a second-rate sense when compared to vision in our visually oriented modern society. People with hearing loss delay a decision to get hearing help becau...read more
If you rang in the New Year, but are still experiencing an unfamiliar ringing in your ears, you may be suffering from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, or NIHL,...read more
Whether you’re a student who plays in a marching band or an adult who jams in rock shows on the weekends, protecting your hearing is of the utmost importance. For more than 30 years,...read more
While it's difficult for parents to discover that their child has a hearing loss, there are steps that can be taken to help. Each year thousands of children are diagnosed with some f...read more
As efficient as they are for removing earwax, Q-tips and cotton swabs may actually do more harm than good to your ears. Wax blockage is a common contributor to hearing loss, and atte...read more
Spring is well on its way, which means that concerts, music festivals, and other loud events will soon be taking place in bulk. As fun as singing along with your favorite band is, it...read more
If you’re hard of hearing, you may feel detached from the world. In a society that focuses so much on how things sound, you’ll surely get upset with not being able to understand what...read more
A Greek philosopher once said, "We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak." Unfortunately, for one out of 10 of us, two ears are not always enoug...read more
Hearing loss currently affects more than 36 million Americans today. Although hearing problems are commonly associated with the normal aging process, more than half of all hearing-im...read more
In this day and age, it’s impossible to go anywhere without seeing at least one person with headphones in their ears. Whether talking on the phone, listening to music, or trying to c...read more
Do you ever hear ringing, buzzing, or chirping? This is a common side effect of listening to loud noise or of natural aging. Whether it is temporary or persistent, noises i the ears ...read more
The ability to hear different sounds is more than just a sense - it's a gateway into understanding more about the world around you. Unfortunately, in the midst of discovering your fa...read more
For more than 30 years, Audiology Unlimited has been providing high quality audiology services to patients throughout Maryland. Whether you seek hearing protection to help prevent he...read more
Recently, I had the experience of asking three young people, in their 20's, if they had ever heard the term, "The customer is always right". All three of these persons looked at...read more