Right to left: Laura Sandoval, Meghan Mullen, Ann Rinker, Office Manager, Dr. Roger McGargill, Dr. Cassie Garner, & Dr. Andrew Young
This Old House
Protect Your Hearing
Question: Do you have to be a hearing Doctor (Audiologist) to give hearing test or to sell Hearing Aids?
Answer: No, The fact is that many Hearing aid sales people have very little training or none at all to answer questions about causation or the severity of hearing loss. Only a Doctor is trained to diagnose, manage and/or treat hearing or balance problems.
Being able to hear sounds is very important to human beings.
It enables us to communicate with each other and makes us feel as part of a group. Being able to hear well allows us to receive information, both from other people and from our surroundings.
Sounds can be pleasurable - the sound of nature or music, or noisy - sounds that are too loud or too uncomfortable.
Professional Audiology and Hearing Center, Inc.,
was established in February of 1977
Roger McGargill, Ph.D., CCC
Over the past 33 years, our practice has grown to over 8,000 active patients mainly from patients telling friends about our service and us. We have earned our patient's trust.
Our philosophy continues to be,
'No one will buy a hearing aid
unless they are satisfied.'