Hearing connects people, serves as a vital source of information and makes life richer. That is why Michigan Hearing makes an effort with every client to understand their world.
According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, hearing loss is the third most common health condition among adults. Our experts can help you stay connected and thrive in daily life. Understand where your strengths and areas of weakness lie so you can take steps toward improvement. Learn what to expect on your first visit with our experienced and reliable experts.Get answers
Understand how the seamless teamwork between your ears and your brain impacts so many functions. Our outer ears do much more than just hold glasses or show off earrings. Find out their key role in listening.Learn more
More than just for enjoying music, you need input from both ears to fully engage the brain, use spacial awareness and identify sounds correctly. We help you understand the importance of hearing well in both ears and how to achieve excellent hearing "in stereo."Be informed
Learn the causes and what they can mean for your well-being. We offer resources for avoiding loneliness, improving mental acuity and engaging with your environment.Get expert advice
How do you know when you need to seek help, or if your deficiency is no big deal? If you have been told one too many times that "you should get your hearing tested," it might be time to learn know what is normal and what indicates significant loss.Know the facts
It is never too late to take these steps to prevent further deterioration. More than one of five senses, your hearing is an important resource. There are many options for protecting your ears and avoiding exposure to harmful noise.Preserve your hearing