We are dedicated to improving the lives of the hearing impaired, one patient at a time. Everything we do is to help people with hearing loss enjoy the sounds, voices, people and conversations in their lives. We take great pride in helping people get back the gift of hearing—there is nothing more gratifying.
Great experience. Professional and courteous.Stephen B.
It’s been 4 years since you recommended that I see the people at Feldman Hearing Studios. I first worked with Jane O’Connell and now since her departure for the Dakotas, with Stacy Morrison.Ken C.
My mother-in-law has used the services of The Feldman Hearing Studios for sometime. Every time I come into the business with or without her the staff is always very proactive, efficient, and customer friendly. They are excellent problem solvers as well. I am a firm believer in sharing good news and wanted to take the time to alert the owners and the office manager that the Audiologists are fabulous. Please feel free to share these comments with them.Douglas T.
I have only the highest praise for Feldman Hearing Clinics. I have had hearing aids (off and on) for almost 10 years but generally off since my previous devices, secured through my health-care HMO were often awkward and getting appointments to repair, adjust etc was inconvenient and, because the HMO was w/in the outpatient clinic of a major hospital in the area, just time-consuming. My hearing loss is genetic and has remained at a constantly low level throughout the years but the aggravation to my spouse and my inability to actually HEAR certain sounds and words (rather than guessing them) became too difficult not to address. I selected Feldman Hearing Clinics because of promotional literature that was delivered to my door. That was one HAPPY coincidence and an appointment was easy to obtain. The offices are conveniently located in downtown Washington, D.C.Pam C.
I’d had problems hearing for a while, affecting participation in meetings at work, social get-togethers, radio and TV voices. At first I asked people to repeat, talk a bit louder, tell them I couldn’t hear what they said. Then that got tiresome, so I’d pretend to hear by reacting with everyone else in the room. It was especially troubling not hearing the soft voice of one of my work colleagues. I blamed the hearing loss on eustachian tube problems that had started in the early 2000s. But recently I felt the hearing loss was worsening, so recently I had my hearing tested at the Feldman ENT Group. The tests found that my hearing had diminished beyond the eustachian tube problem. I was torn about using hearing aids because of a combination of vanity and complaints I’ve heard from hearing aid users for one reason or another. But weighing the possible upsides and the downsides, I decided to explore my options. And, am I glad that I did.Susan H.