Test Your Hearing Before Seeing An Audiologist
Then schedule free consultation with Dr. Dougherty now.
I’ve seen many doctors for my hearing-related issues, and Dr. Dougherty has been the most helpful, kind, and patient of all of them. I always feel welcomed, cared for, and listened to when I visit the office. The treatment she has provided and the aids she suggested have been wonderful.
– Kristen G.
Anne Dougherty and Kim should write thee book on Customer Service for they are the Gold Standard in center city Philly for providing perfect healthcare.They make you feel appreciated and good service is a lost art but not at Anne Dougherty’s practice…..
– Louise C.
Here’s the scary truth about hearing loss:
You slowly begin adjusting your lifestyle to your diminished hearing. The TV volume creeps higher, people begin to recognize they will have to speak louder and repeat themselves more when conversing with you, and you slowly begin avoiding loud places to socialize.
You likely don’t notice until, over time, these small adjustments become big problems. They wear on your relationships and you can become so socially withdrawn you hardly recognize your life, just like Karen’s dad above. You don’t notice until it’s gotten out of control.
Many people avoid going to their local audiologist because they’re just not sure they need a hearing test. They think seeing a specialist, like an audiologist, may be expensive. Who wants to spend all that money figuring out you don’t even have a problem?
Our free online hearing screening can help you take the first steps in identifying if you may have a hearing loss.
It’s not a replacement for a professional hearing test, but after taking the screening, you will also receive a free consultation with a professional in your area if you would like to discuss your results.
This online screening is absolutely free, as is the consultation, if you choose to take advantage of it.