Treating Hearing Loss in the Columbus, OH Area

We believe that every person should benefit from the best hearing possible.

At Echo Hearing Systems & Audiology, Inc., we regularly work with those who experience hearing loss in the Columbus area. From diagnosing the issue to providing treatment for improved hearing and quality of life, our center is dedicated to finding solutions while offering compassionate care. Learn about the symptoms and effects of hearing impairment.


Hearing Loss Symptoms


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 40 million adults in the U.S. have reported some type of hearing trouble, making it the third most commonly reported condition. While every person experiences hearing loss differently, the following symptoms point to the fact that there is some level of impairment:


- Difficulty deciphering what people are saying, either in person or over the phone (or both)

- Turning up the TV or radio volume high to hear the broadcast

- Frequently asking others to repeat what they said

- Ringing in the ears

- Not hearing timers, microwave beeps, or other household sounds


At our center, we conduct comprehensive hearing tests to determine the type and extent of loss you're experiencing. Our doctors of audiology can then provide personalized fittings to help you find the right hearing instruments for you.


The Effects of Hearing Loss


Untreated loss of hearing is problematic on its own, but it can lead to additional issues. These include irritability, fatigue, depression, stress, withdrawal from social settings, greater risk to personal safety, and reduced wellbeing. These effects can add up and escalate if the hearing deficiency remains untreated.


Whether hearing loss is temporary or permanent, it can have a negative effect on everyday life and long-term perspectives. It doesn't have to be this way, though. Whatever type of hearing loss you may have, options exist. Contact us today at 614-457-5848 to schedule a hearing test appointment and begin your journey back to hearing empowerment.