Hear, There, and Everywhere
State-of-the-art Clinic Services and Mobile Services
All services are available to Earmark clients at the state-of-the-art clinic located within Aberdeen Audiology in Wayne, PA as well as at the convenient location of your choosing on a mobile basis, unless otherwise specified.
You're busy, let us come to you.
For on-site mobile services, please contact us to discuss further details and availability at your location.
HEARING CONSERVATION CONSULTATION
The first step of any Hearing Conservation efforts is a consultation. Without a thorough personal history and understanding of your individual listening situation, any recommendations provided would be strictly of the ‘cookie-cutter’ variety. Your situation and needs are unique and require tailor-made solutions to be truly effective.
In Ear Monitors (IEMs)
In Ear Monitors (IEMs) are the professional solution to on-stage monitoring. Available in custom or generic fit models, IEMs are specialized earphones that are designed to provide uncompromising sound quality and durability to survive years of heavy use.
Musicians Earplugs are the go-to solution for hearing protection when the sound source is music. Musicians Earplugs are custom earplugs made out of a soft silicone material with a specially designed filter that reduces the sound levels entering the ear without unwanted coloration of the frequency spectrum, or timbre.
Knowing how your hearing is today is the best way to take control over your hearing for years to come. Hearing testing through Earmark Hearing Conservation is augmented for musicians to include ultra-high frequency threshold testing (up to 16 kHz) and detailed tinnitus assessment as needed.
Diagnostic Audiologic testing can be performed at Aberdeen Audiology's the state-of-the-art clinical facility. On-site screening is available through our mobile service at most residential and commercial music production locations, pending assessment of the ambient noise levels.
Tinnitus Assessment and Consultation
Tinnitus often the result of exposure to loud sound over long periods of time, is a phantom sound perceived in your ears. Tinnitus assessment begins with a thorough understanding of your history, perception, and reaction.
During a consultation, options for treatment will be discussed and the most appropriate treatment will be recommended. Contact Earmark Hearing Conservation to set up an appointment with Dr. Wartinger and discuss your options.