Hearing Care Services

Diagnostic Hearing Tests

On your first visit to our audiologist, Dr. Rudden will start by asking you questions about your medical and hearing history. This is called the case history. Next, the audiologist will look into your ears using a light, called an otoscope, and check for anything in the ear canal that might affect the test results. Finally, the audiologist will conduct a test or series of tests to assess:

  • Whether there is hearing loss
  • The cause of  hearing loss (to the extent possible)
  • The degree and configuration (one or both ears) of hearing loss
  • The best treatment options for you

Ready to get started? Meet Dr Rudden by calling 303-651-1178

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Tinnitus doesn’t just impact hearing; it can cause a cascade of negative mental, cognitive, and physical consequences. The difference between tinnitus being a minor or major issue is less often related to how loud tinnitus is, but rather how the tinnitus impacts other facets of patients’ lives. We offer tinnitus treatments and screenings and are here to help.

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Ear Wax Removal

Longmont Hearing offers a variety of ear wax removal treatments. If you’re having issues with ear canal width difficulty hearing, or hearing aid performance, there is a good chance that excess ear wax is at fault. We offer ear wax removal services, and are professionals at upgrading your hearing.

To book your ear wax removal, please call Dr Rudden at 303-651-1178.

Hearing Aid Repair

It’s nice to know that if you have a problem with your hearing aids, you can depend on our professionals for expert cleaning and repair. Most repairs are made under warranty and can be performed while you wait. If for any reason your hearing aids must be returned to the manufacturer for warranty repair, we’ll take care of that for you. If your hearing aids are not under warranty, we will give you an estimate of the repair cost before any work is done.

To schedule your hearing aid repair, please call Dr Rudden at 303-651-1178.

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Cochlear Implants

Longmont Hearing & Tinnitus Center is proud to be a part of the Cochlear Provider Network. We are skilled at the assessment, fitting and adjustment of cochlear implants, hybrid hearing and bone anchored hearing aids.

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Communication Strategies

For Individuals with Hearing Loss

Learning to communicate effectively takes new skills. Longmont Hearing can assist you with how best to connect with those around you. Receive skills revolving around these top areas of communication:

  • Tell others how best to talk with you.
  • Face your audience directly.
  • Position with back-lighting.
  • Anticipate and make a plan for difficult situations.
  • Pay attention.
  • Concentrate on the speaker.
  • Integrate visual and written cues.
  • Ask for clarification.
  • Acknowledge when communication is not understood.
  • Defer conversation when fatigued.
  • Show appreciation for efforts made when others assist you.

Additional Tips

For those who may be speaking to you or another with hearing loss, we also recommend the following tips:

  • Get attention first.
  • Face and speak directly.
  • Position for face-lighting.
  • Avoid noisy environments.
  • Ask how to facilitate communication.
  • Refrain from shouting.
  • Speak clearly at a moderate pace.
  • Keep mouth cues clear.
  • Use facial expressions and gestures.
  • Rephrase if communication is not understood.
  • Give cues when changing subjects in conversation.
  • Be patient if response is slow.
  • Stay positive and relaxed.
  • Be respectful.

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8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
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