At Hear Maxx, we truly believe that better hearing leads to a better life.

About Us

Our patient-centered approach allows us to focus on satisfying your hearing care need, whatever they may be. Our practice will work with you to diagnose and find solutions for your hearing using state-of-the-art assistive listening devices and the most advanced technology. HearMaxx focuses on your unique needs and provides exceptional follow-up care ensuring your hearing needs are being met.

How Hearing Aids Work

Most hearing aids today are digital devices that use complex algorithms to selectively amplify and process sounds. They consist of one or more microphones, an amplifier and a speaker (or receiver). The devices we use at HearMaxx comes with software that a certified consultant will use to customize the hearing aid to your specific lifestyle and listening needs. It will maximize your hearing power.


Hear better with less effort

You hear with your brain, not with your ears. Hearing, and especially speech understanding, is a cognitive process, not a mechanical one.The ears receive sounds and it is in the brain that they are processed to give meaning to you. And whenever there are missing sounds, the brain tries to fill the gap – an often difficult and exhausting process. Good hearing isn’t simply a question of making sounds loud enough. It’s about helping your brain understand the sounds you hear. That’s why we’ve moved from an "ear first" to a "brain first" approach to hearing.

Hearing Loss in Seniors

Why do so many seniors deny their hearing loss? The answer is complicated. To effectively treat hearing loss we must first overcome a mix of psychological, physical, and financial issues. Studies have found that a significant factor in the denial of hearing loss and treatment is a perception that hearing aids will somehow make the user look old or weak. Although most seniors say they do not judge others who use hearing aids, they still hold on to the idea that hearing aids are a sign that they are aging and starting to look frail. The thought of getting hearing aids that fit and function properly, not to mention paying for them, are other factors that can cause seniors to give up before they even start..