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Hearing Aid Providers clinic.

If you're interested in learning more about hearing aids and how they can help you improve your quality of life, you'll want to make an appointment with a professional at a Hearing Aid Providers clinic. Dr. Shelley Hamilton is a licensed audiologist and dispenser with over 20 years of experience. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Hearing and Speech Science from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Trenton State College. In addition to completing her undergraduate and graduate degree, she also completed clinical rotations in various private practices and campus clinics. She also holds a Doctorate in Audiology from Arizona School of Health Science.

If you have been experiencing difficulty in hearing, the first step to getting a hearing aid is to get your hearing tested by a reputable audiologist. Your audiologist will evaluate your hearing and determine if you are a good candidate for a device. Once you've been diagnosed, your audiologist will discuss your communication needs and goals. In addition to testing your hearing, an audiologist will also determine if you need a hearing aid.

Once you've found a reputable clinic, you should take advantage of the services they offer. If you're under 18, you may need to get medical clearance and sign a medical waiver before receiving a hearing aid. You should also consider whether the audiologist is licensed to practice in your state. There are many benefits to working with a reputable provider. If your hearing problem is severe, you'll need to undergo a hearing test to determine the proper hearing aids for your needs.