Audiologist Butler, Cranberry Township, Wexford & Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA)
Welcome to Francis Audiology. In the 20 years he has been serving the Pittsburgh PA, Cranberry Township PA, Wexford PA, Mars PA, Zelienople PA, Gibsonia PA and Butler PA areas, Dr. Francis recognized the need for hearing aids and a full range of hearing health care products and services in one location. Until this time, patients with hearing problems have had to travel to several locations to obtain all the items required for daily activities.
Dr. Francis gathered his resources and negotiated the collaboration of Francis Audiology Associates and the Total Hearing Store to fill the need for a single location solution. Now you can find everything from state-of-the-art diagnostics and hearing aid services to the hearing and healthcare products necessary to protect and restore hearing.
Having everything in one location empowers patients to become actively involved in their rehabilitation. Patients have the opportunity to experience the benefit of recommendations from Dr. Francis before purchasing hearing aids. In addition, his patients are able to experience products offered by The Total Hearing Store.
This collaboration has resulted in a totally interactive office that allows you to “try it before you buy it”! Call our office today for an appointment with the audiologist for state-of-the-art diagnostic hearing evaluations for adults and children, if there are hearing problems, concerns about possible hearing impairment, or for a baseline hearing exam. We look forward to providing services for all your audiology needs in Pittsburgh PA, Cranberry Township PA, Wexford PA, Mars PA, Zelienople PA, Gibsonia PA and Butler PA.
News from the World of Audioogy
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Researchers have found a breakthrough way to express myosin 15 to study the proteins structure that could lead to new hereditary hearing loss treatments.... read more
Could drinking more coffee lower your risk of tinnitus? New research from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston suggests that it may be so.... read more
Those who play contact sports such as football, along with people in car accidents, are at an increased risk of developing tinnitus from concussions.... read more