At Erichson Hearing Aid Center, we are relentlessly committed to giving our customers the most comforting experience possible. We strive to offer the best possible service, selection, quality, and value.
Of those 48.1 million, 4.5 million are between the ages of 50-59.
Of those 4.5 million, less than 5% use hearing aids.
Among individuals over age 65, 40% have some form of hearing impairment.
By 80 years of age, 85% of individuals report some degree of hearing impairment.
We take pride in delivering excellent service to every patient who walks through our doors. Your success is our success, so we make every effort to offer services that meet your needs and priorities.
Having served Erie for over 50 years, we honor a lengthy tradition of experienced and knowledgeable care. Our staff makes it a point to stay up to date on the latest in hearing aid technology
Renewing our patient’s ability to hear is more than just a job, it’s our passion. Every life changed is a reminder of why we’re honored to do this work. We are thankful for the opportunity to help you on the path toward healthy hearing.
We believe in empowering our patients with a thorough understanding of their unique hearing situation and how they can improve it. Our goal is to make sure you have sufficient information to select the hearing option that’s right for you.
We’re committed to our patients from their very first visit and every need thereafter. We created our Lifetime Listening program to ensure that our support is always there. At Erichson Hearing Aid Center, we’re here for you.
Our desire to help people hear again is what drives us at Erichson Hearing Aid Center, and it’s the reason we’re known for our authenticity and generous care. Hearing impairment can be a challenge, but you don’t have to go it alone.
As one of your main senses, your hearing health can tell you a story about your overall health. Hearing loss can be an early indicator of many health conditions, like diabetes and circulation conditions. Since hearing loss can be gradual, it is important to get your hearing evaluated regularly, like you do with your eyes or teeth.
Your hearing pathway starts at your ears and ends at your brain. When sounds reach the inner ear, they are converted into a signal that is sent to the brain. So, your hearing health can directly impact your brain health. Studies have consistently shown how hearing loss correlates to cognitive decline and dementia. And people with hearing loss are at higher risk of mental health conditions, like depression. Healthy hearing = healthy brain.
Hearing loss can be very isolating; if you cannot hear what people are saying, then it is very difficult to maintain conversations and if you cannot maintain conversations, then your relationship with loved ones can suffer.
Did you know that certain medications can harm your hearing health? And this includes common over-the-counter medications and antibiotics. Typically, we are told of potential side-effects but no one thinks that medications could cause hearing loss.
It has been shown that someone with hearing loss who ignores their condition can see up to a 26% increase in their healthcare costs after just 2 years. This is because people experience a variety of adverse health effects due to their hearing health, such as falls or other sources of injury.