The Spring Valley Hearing Center, incorporated in 1989, is a small welcoming private practice Audiology Center that provides a complete range of diagnostic and rehabilitative services, including the latest in hearing aid technology. Elise Ney, M.A., CCC-A was prompted to open her own practice after working in the public sector for 5 years due to a desire to offer more individualized care and service. A great deal of technological changes have occurred in the last 35 years, but what has not changed is Ms. Ney's compassion and motivation to help her patients.
Ready to treat your hearing loss? With an extensive selection of hearing technology, The Spring Valley Hearing Center will find the right devices to fit into your lifestyle, budget and needs!
Elise Ney, M.A., CCC-A is certified in both audiology and hearing aid dispensing with over 30 years of experience. She is an active member of The American Speech Language Hearing Association and The American Academy of Audiology. It has been her mission over these last 30 years to offer her patients the most personalized, knowledgeable and unhurried care to help improve their overall quality of life.
As an independent private practice facility, not a franchise, Ms. Ney is able to work with several different hearing aid manufacturers allowing her to prescribe the most appropriate technology for each individual hearing loss. Towards that goal a detailed hearing history is obtained, video otoscopy is performed and a complete diagnostic evaluation is performed to arrive at a complete picture of your communicative needs and how best to address those issues. We are also fully aware that hearing aids are an investment, so continued follow-up care and maintenance are vital for continued success and optimal performance of the instruments.
"It is my hope and guarantee that you leave my office feeling confident that you have received the best care possible."
- Elise Ney, M.A., CCC-A
Please answer the question below to the best of your ability. After you choose your answer, the next question will appear. At the end of the survey, you will be provided with a score, and you may send this score to us so we may discuss any hearing loss issues you are having.
Are there situations in which you find it difficult to hear clearly?
Do you have to strain to understand conversations?
Do you have a problem hearing over the telephone?
Do you have trouble following a conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time?
Do you have trouble hearing conversations in a noisy background such as a restaurant or a group gathering?
Do you have dizziness, pain, or ringing in your ears?
Do family members or coworkers remark about you missing what has been said?
Do people complain that you turn the TV volume up too high?
Do you find it hard to hear someone when they talk in a soft voice or whisper?
Do you find understanding women and children particularly challenging?
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