A&A Audiology is dedicated to providing the gold standard of care in audiology to our patients. We pursue this mission by applying the latest and proven diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitation strategies in hearing and balance healthcare. A&A Audiology is committed to our community through public and private educational seminars, consultations, and hearing and balance screenings.
Hearing screening is the systematic application of a test or inquiry completed to identify individuals who are at risk for a hearing disorder, impairment, or disability and who may benefit from further assessment, direct preventive action, and/or appropriate intervention.
Online Virtual Doctor Visits/Follow Ups
Higher satisfaction with Teleaudiology. Remote tuning, CareChat, and virtual follow-ups for more communication and appointment options. Remote tuning, CareChat (including text message, phone call or video call), and virtual follow-ups allow for more communication and appointment options with you. Give immediate and real-time feedback regarding your hearing and hearing devices. Teleaudiology can be used without any concern as we provide a certified and reliable system. You can be fully confident that your data is safely secured.
Learn about the latest in hearing instrument technologies, connectivity, style, and comfort.
Mobile/In-Home Audiology Services
Could you benefit from mobile audiology services? Are you too busy to fit an audiology appointment into your schedule? Are you unable to get out of your home? Do you have transportation problems? Has your hearing aid stopped working?
A&A Audiology is dedicated to providing a full range of audiological care in the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Our goal is to provide on-call, mobile audiology services by combining clinical excellence with personal attention and high-level service. Call (480) 770-5444 to schedule a mobile audiology visit.
A&A Audiology offers a unique service, providing in-home hearing healthcare. All services from hearing testing, hearing aid fitting and follow up appointments can be done in the comfort of your home, senior living facility, or even at your office.
In some areas, congested urban settings, heavy traffic, and limitations for transportations make the prospect of in-home hearing healthcare very appealing to our patients. It’s just so convenient! Personal mobility problems are no longer a reason to delay hearing your best. Many of our patients have mobility issues and cannot, or prefer not to travel to our offices. With the emergence of concierge medical practices, in-home hearing healthcare is an idea whose time has come. Our advanced audiometry equipment is portable, so we can perform a thorough, professional hearing test and fit hearing aids just about anywhere. Having a mobile hearing clinic means that we can also provide follow up care and hearing aid adjustment in your home or at your workplace.
Are your ears ringing?
Your world is alive with sound. Laughter, unforgettable melodies, waves breaking on the shore — all these sounds enrich your life. At other times, all you want to hear is silence. So what happens when one stubborn sound won’t allow you to enjoy peace and quiet anymore?
If you hear an annoying noise that never seems to go away, it can be distracting, put you on edge, and increase stress and anxiety. Because only you can hear it, you might feel like no one understands what you’re going through. But this phenomenon is very real. It’s called tinnitus and it’s a more common condition than you might think.
Tinnitus can manifest as a ringing, buzzing, humming, or similar noise you hear even though there is no outside source for the sound. While you may have been told there is no cure, that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to find relief and restore your peace of mind. You can learn to live with tinnitus by finding out how to control it, instead of letting it control you.
The many faces of tinnitus.
Tinnitus sounds different to everyone. It can be high or low, loud or quiet, ever-present or infrequent. And it has many possible triggers, such as damage to the ear or jaw problems.
Many people with tinnitus feel that it reduces their quality of life. And in many cases tinnitus is accompanied by hearing loss. For some, tinnitus goes away on its own. For others, it’s permanent and you have to find ways to live with its effects.
Because each person perceives tinnitus so differently, it’s important to seek professional help to find the course of action that’s best for you.
Tinnitus is not a hopeless condition.
There are many ways to effectively overcome tinnitus today. We suggest you begin this journey by learning more about what causes tinnitus, how it can affect your overall health, how to tell if you have it, and how to manage tinnitus with the help of our hearing aids.
I am very happy to say that my new hearing aids from A & A Audiology are fantastic. Dr. Taghvaei and his wife are consummate professionals. They are quick to respond to phone messages and questions. Their customer service is excellent. They have gone out of their way to attend to all my inquiries and needs. They consistently strive for excellent customer service and most of all they really CARE. I am so pleased to say that I finally have found the right people to handle my hearing needs.
Dr. Taghvaei is very knowledgeable and professional with a friendly manner. My hearing devices are amazing and step by step instructions were given over the phone since I was unable to return to the office. I highly recommend A&A audiology for any one with hearing disabilities. Thank you so much.
After I received my hearing aids, Dr. Taghvaei came to my house and hooked up a machine so I can hear the T. V. much better. I also received free batteries. I recommend A&A Audiology to anyone seeking to purchase new hearing aids.