CCMC Hearing Care Explains Hidden Hearing Loss

Having a normal hearing audiogram when experiencing situational hearing loss can leave patients puzzled.

ST JOHNS, Mich. - Michimich -- CCMC Hearing Care explains that a normal hearing audiogram isn't assurance of perfect hearing.

The audiogram that shows the results of a hearing test indicates what kind of sounds the client doesn't hear well. While it's a valuable baseline for finding help, it doesn't measure a real-life hearing situation with conversation, music, television, or all of the beeps and chimes of modern life.

For some clients experiencing hearing loss, a basic audiology test quickly pinpoints the problem. For others, it may just be the start of the process. Difficulty hearing in everyday situations, even after scoring "normal" on a hearing test, may indicate hidden hearing loss.

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The journey to diagnose and treat hearing loss is not always simple or straightforward. It can take patience and a caring professional staff to find the cause and treatment that works for each individual.

The hearing care professionals at CCMC Hearing Care can help clients work toward a solution to hidden hearing loss, whether through coaching or specialized hearing aids. Every person's hearing experience is different

About CCMC Hearing Care
CCMC Hearing Care provides hearing tests and audiological services at two locations in mid-Michigan:

St. Johns – (989) 796-4555
Alma – (989) 292-3572

Call to schedule an appointment or visit the CCMC Hearing Care website at:

Lara Hakamaki

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