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Audiologist and Hearing Aids – Springfield, PA


PA Center for Hearing and Balance has a reliable team of hearing professionals to help you with your specific audiology needs.


Having an audiologist that you can trust is an important stepping stone in your hearing health progress. PA Center for Hearing and Balance is based in Springfield, Pennsylvania.

Our team of certified audiologists provide premium hearing care for people of all ages with different hearing needs and concerns.

From hearing loss, ear wax removal, and tinnitus to carrying out hearing tests and providing hearing aids, our audiology services aim to make a real difference and improve your quality of life.


Hearing Aid Repairs

Hearing Aid Repairs – Our audiologist can examine your hearing aid to determine if a minor in-office repair or manufacturer repair is necessary. We offer in-office repairs, maintenance, warranties, and cleanings with all brands of hearing aids ensuring optimum performance.

Custom Ear Molds

Custom Ear Molds, Swim Molds, and Musician’s Ear Molds – From musician ear molds, firearm protection to swim plugs, we can customize your ear molds based on your needs and lifestyle.

Musician Earplugs & Monitors

Musicians exposed to high levels of sound for long periods may risk permanent hearing damage. Custom made musician earplugs and monitors give a rich musical experience for both the performer and audience.

Cell Phone Accessories​

Cell Phone Accessories – We offer specialized telephone accessories to use with your custom earmolds for cell phone headrests, Bluetooth compatible devices, handsfree communication, and more.

Battery Sales

Battery Sales – Hearing aids need a fresh set of batteries every now and then. At PA Center for Hearing and Balance, you can get your needed set of batteries for your hearing aids. We offer the following battery sizes: Size 10 (yellow), Size 312 (brown), Size 13 (orange) and Size 675 (blue).

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) help you hear better in various communication situations, with or without hearing aids. They reduce stress and listening fatigue. ALDs are used in the home to make alarms, television, and telephone more audible, and connect to hearing aids for better listening in noisy environments.



This step determines the optimum settings needed for your hearing aids. Aside from an audiogram, a PA Center for Hearing and Balance audiologist combines audiogram results and a patient’s personal impression to come up with a good fitting. The adjustment process is carried out using a computer. During hearing aid adjustments, an audiologist also teaches a client how to operate the hearing aid. It usually takes a few days before you get used to your new hearing aids and a follow-up checkup is set to assess if there are necessary adjustments to be done.


There are many hearing aid centers in PA, Springfield, but they are not all equal. At PA Center for Hearing and Balance, we put our all out efforts to give our clients the best combination of customer service, expertise, and professionalism. Our team aims to offer the highest level of hearing healthcare services, from hearing tests, hearing aid selection, tinnitus management, earwax removal, to vestibular testing (and more). We understand how important hearing is to live a functional life, and we strive to give each client the opportunity to live life to the fullest! Our goal is to ensure that you get the best clarity of sound with our efficient hearing care solutions.


If you are willing to pay for audiology treatments out of pocket, you can self-refer to an audiologist. There is no need to contact a doctor if you self-refer. However, before you can use your insurance to cover the consultation, testing, and other associated costs, you must acquire a doctor’s recommendation. Some audiology clinics refuse walk-ins (save for current patients), whereas others do. To save time and effort, we recommend that you contact your preferred clinic.

It is possible to have a hearing test without seeing a doctor. Many private hearing clinics provide hearing tests for walk-in patients. However, if you want to use your insurance to pay for your hearing test, either partially or totally, you must first obtain a referral since most insurance companies need one as a basis for reimbursement.

The distinctions between audiologists and hearing aid specialists are so subtle that it is not surprising for people to be confused about which professional to consult. However, there are some important differences in what these two professions can do for you. A hearing aid specialist will test your hearing and fit you with a hearing aid. Audiologists can assess and diagnose a larger range of hearing and balance problems. Audiologists are more skilled than hearing aid specialists, and your doctor may refer you to one to learn more about your specific case.

An audiologist is a doctorate-level hearing anatomy specialist. You must be qualified, apply for a license, and have extensive expertise with hearing aids to operate as a hearing aid dispenser. An audiologist must have both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in audiology. A supervised externship is required before getting national certification and a state license. An audiologist may be more appropriate for medically related services such as balance issues, impacted earwax, and noise-induced hearing loss.

Audiology is the branch of scientific research dealing with problems associated with hearing and balance. Audiologists are specialists that primarily offer healthcare for these disorders by conducting a wide variety of hearing tests to diagnose and treat a wide variety of hearing issues.. Audiologists diagnose and treat hearing problems and recommend the best hearing aids for a specific type of hearing loss. The expertise of audiologists is not limited to hearing problems; they can also handle earwax removal, vestibular testing and tinnitus management.
Tinnitus or ringing in the ears is not a disease itself, but rather a symptom of some other underlying health condition. Tinnitus is commonly related to hearing loss and individuals who are experiencing symptoms should see a medical professional or an audiologist to be properly diagnosed; stress, exposure to loud sounds or noises may cause ringing in the ears. If you or a family member is experiencing tinnitus symptoms, audiologists at PA Center for Hearing and Balance can carry out hearing tests to accurately determine the real degree of hearing loss. Call us today to schedule an appointment!
Earwax is a natural occurrence in the human anatomy but if it is not handled or managed properly, it can trigger chronic infections in the eardrum and ear canal. To protect the integrity of the ear, earwax removal should be handled by an audiologist or an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) doctor. Earwax removal is a crucial case especially when it involves kids or already causes pain or inflammation. It is highly recommended that an audiologist or a hearing health care professional should handle ear wax removal to ensure a smooth sailing procedure and to avoid hearing loss or other related complications. At PA Center for Hearing and Balance, we see to it that the earwax removal experience is pleasant and convenient. Earwax removal generally causes no pain and does not need painkillers or anesthesia.

A hearing test is performed in a sound both or a sound-proof room. Patients will be asked to wear headphones or earplugs connected to a device that sends sounds of different volumes and pitches to one ear at a time. At times, patients may be asked to respond to the sounds or tones by raising a hand or pressing a button each time you hear a prompt. A hearing test should take about 20-30 minutes. 




We believe in making a difference and paying-it-forward, and we actively partake in empowering people through Hearing the Call, a non-profit that offers quality service to underserved individuals in Delaware County and nearby areas. Through high-quality hearing healthcare, we help people with hearing loss connect with family, education, and opportunities.

Hear Better. Live Better.