Houston’s Hearing Healthcare Experts For Over 25 Years

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A Personal Message From Dr. Jana Emola-Austin

“Some people believe that hearing loss is a negative sign. Yet the truth is, hearing loss is often a sign that you’ve lived an experience-rich life, resulting in your ears struggling to keep up with you now. Or maybe various aspects of hearing have always been a challenge and you’re looking for answers.

We feel very fortunate to meet fascinating local people and helping them to reconnect to what they love doing and protecting their long-term hearing health.

With over 25 years’ experience, Allison Audiology is one of the most trusted hearing care groups in Houston, with a reputation for delivering a nationally recognized methodical process of hearing care best practices.

By combining industry-leading technology with industry-leading care and expertise, you’ll be able to benefit from award-winning care and be part of a familylike private practice that ensures you’ll look forward to your next visit.

It’s hearing healthcare with a big heart!

If you or a loved one is considering your options, or looking to find the right long-term partner to achieve better hearing, then you’re in the right place.

I look forward to meeting you!”

Jana Emola-Austin

How We Can Help

Hearing doctor performing hearing test at Allison Audiology

Advanced Diagnostic Hearing Evaluations

In today’s world, there is no shortage of places to have your hearing checked. There are many online tests, or you could even have your hearing tested on your next visit to your local big box store.

However, in the same way that you wouldn’t trust the internet or a retail employee to diagnose a complex medical challenge, it’s important that you choose to have an in-depth diagnostic hearing evaluation.

Through advanced testing, we’re able to look beyond whether you would simply benefit from hearing aids and instead review your overall hearing health and truly diagnose the core reason that you may be struggling to hear in certain situations.

This approach ensures that your health is prioritized, and whatever decisions are made following your appointments are made correctly and professionally for longterm success.

Access To All Hearing Technology, Including Prescription Hearing Aids, Over-The-Counter, And Invisible Lyric Devices

With so many options available to you, it’s never been more important to work with a team of experts to choose the right hearing technology for your unique needs and circumstances.

Whether you have an active lifestyle, an inactive lifestyle, want your devices to not be visible to the world, or simply need devices for certain daily situations – we’ll be able to help you to find the perfect technology for your needs.

By partnering with all major manufacturers, being one of a few Lyric providers in Texas, and having a respected hearing technology expert, you’ll be working with the right team to find the perfect match.

Ryan Keutzer, Hearing Instrument Specialist repairing a hearing device
A male patient during tinnitus therapy at Allison Audiology

Experts On Tinnitus Challenges With Houston’s Most Trusted Tinnitus Specialists.

It is estimated that 50 million people in the United States suffer from some form or level of tinnitus. Although it can be tricky in nature, meaning some days it can be mild, others it keeps you awake at night, it impacts the day-to-day lifestyle of many people and can become a debilitating burden.

Tinnitus is often caused by stress, anxiety or sound-induced hearing loss. Our Tinnitus Program is designed to offer quick relief to your tinnitus symptoms.

Through our unique Tinnitus program you’re able to work through a process of testing and mechanisms to regain control of your tinnitus.

The Only APD (Auditory Processing Disorder) Experts in Houston

If you or a loved one struggles to understand conversations, it doesn’t solely signify that you have a problem with your hearing. The condition, known as auditory processing disorder or APD, can affect individuals of any age, has nothing to do with the person’s intelligence or background, and is not related to hearing impairment.

About 15% (2.5 million) of American school-aged children are affected by APD, according to Hearing Health Foundation. Additionally, APD affects 15% of military veterans due to blast exposure, as a consequence of neurological disorders from brain injuries (TIA, stroke, tumors, and epilepsy, etc.), and can affect older adults with otherwise normal hearing.

If you have any concerns, are worried for your children, or would like a no-obligation conversation, as trained APD experts, we can help with full testing and support.

Dr. Jana Emola-Austin, Au.D discussing APD results with a patient

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It’s often the small questions and concerns that hold us back from making the right decision for our hearing health or helping a loved one in their journey to better hearing.

That’s why one of our hearing experts is on hand to help.

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