Dr. Roger McGargill & Dr. Katie Gamerl (402) 558-0440 for an appointment 4509 Leavenworth Omaha NE, 68106

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.

 

What is a Audiologist?

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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

Dr. Katie Gamerl  and Dr. Roger McGarill

 

Katie Gamerl, Au.D. and 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.'

 

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The challenge of handling a hearing loss Getting used to life with a hearing loss is challenging to most hearing aid users, both mentally and physically.
It can be difficult to accept the fact that you are more or less dependent upon one or two hearing aids and that your hearing loss is permanent. Hearing aid users also often feel that just telling other people about their needs can be problematic. However, there are many positive ways to face the challenges of having a hearing loss. Hearing Aid Manufactures:
﷯We work with four major hearing aid manufacturers. This allows us to offer the best possible circuits available on the market. We have limited the number of manufacturers with which we work so that we are able to offer the latest in factory modifications or additions as well as new products. "The Mini", a ﷯behind the ear, hearing aid Our very newest is "The Mini", a behind the ear hearing aid, with a very thin tube. This hearing aid almost eliminates that “plugged up” feeling as well as voice distortions. Some patients tell me the “barrel sound” of their own voice had disappeared.
Others tell me at how much these aids give them a much more ‘natural’ sound.
I must caution you, however, these aids are for only mild to moderate hearing losses.
We have access to a variety of styles and technologies. We will discuss your hearing problem with you and help you determine which style and technology works best with your needs. We will then let you try out these aids in your different listening environments to see if they indeed work for you.. Our prices, in most cases, have been lower than our competition. Our prices are below the national average, starting at $1,395.00 for a basic circuit.
4509 Leavenworth Omaha, NE 68106 (402) 558-0440 (800) 861-0440