California’s Premeier Audiology Hearing Center
The voice of the intellect is a soft one, but it does not rest until it has gained a hearing.
A Smile can speak thousands of words.
Praise does wonders for our sense of hearing.
-Arnold H. Glasow
Choosing a Hearing Doctor – Audiologist
Choosing the right Audiologist – Make the right selection.
Hearing loss affects millions of Americans each year. In California, up to 15% of our population suffers from hearing loss. There are many ways that hearing loss can occur. If it’s not genetic or hereditary there are things you can do to protect your hearing. Read: Protecting Hearing – 5 Steps There are also the common signs of hearing loss. Read: Hearing Loss – 5 Signs
Dr. Robert Weissman’s started his scholastic career right at the Pasadena City College earning an Associate of Arts. Weissman Later earned a Bachelor of Arts, Communication Disorders. Ultimately, Dr. Weissman earned both a Masters & Doctoral Degree in Audiology. More about Dr. Weissman
Look For Professional Credentials
As you research different audiology and hearing aid businesses, you’ll find a variety of titles following an audiologist’s name.“These titles can appear confusing,” says Dr. Weissman, “But it’s important to understand what they represent.” A Doctor of Audiology earns a doctorate in audiology from an accredited university. The audiologist’s title then becomes Au.D. or Doctor of Audiology. This degree represents the highest level of education an audiologist can receive. Dr. Weissman holds this degree. You may also see M.S. or M.A. in a provider’s title. Audiologists with these titles have earned a master’s degree in audiology and have completed extensive academic and hands-on training. The other common title is CCC-A, which represents Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology. A hearing specialist with this title is certified to perform audiology services. Dr. Weissman holds this certification. “Education and training matters,” Weissman concludes. “Don’t settle for a hearing test and hearing aid provider who doesn’t have strong credentials. Instead, seek board-certified, licensed audiologists who are best equipped to provide excellent advice, diagnostic training and service.”