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The Audiologists That Are Trusted by the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla

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The biggest misconception about hearing loss is that it’s a negative sign.

But we see hearing loss as a sign that you’ve lived a fruitful and abundant life full of experiences that your hearing has struggled to keep up with.

In the same way that the faster that you drive a car, the quicker that you’ll erode the tires; the more experiences that your ears have been part of, the more likely your level of hearing has likely reduced over time.

At Sound Audiology, our methodical approach to healthy hearing allows our community to use hearing technology to continue to be themselves and bring their unique differences to the world.

With three clinics in Kennewick, Walla Walla, and Prosser – you have a trusted audiologist that celebrates the great life that you have lived in your neighborhood.

Whether you’re concerned about your hearing or the hearing of a loved one, your first step is to schedule an initial assessment to check just how much your lifestyle has impacted your hearing.

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How We Have Continued to Keep Patients Safe Through the Pandemic

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How We Can Help

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When Was Your Last Hearing Test?

If you wanted to ensure that you never have a hearing loss, the best thing you can do is stop listening to sounds. As the harder your ears have to work, the more likely you are to have some level of hearing loss.

The problem with hearing loss is that an untreated hearing loss doesn’t just stop you from bringing your differences to the world, but it also gradually worsens.

This is why we strongly encourage regular hearing assessments, ensuring that any level of hearing loss is caught early and the right precautions are taken to maximize your level of hearing and prolong your hearing health.


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The Right Hearing Aids For You

When you want to continue to be yourself and not let your reduced level of hearing impact your quality of life, the most common solution is hearing aids.

By utilizing the latest small and discreet hearing aids, matched with our methodical approach to healthy hearing, you can restore your level of hearing and better care for your hearing health.

With multiple hearing care packages available, comprising of different hearing aid technologies and care plans – you will have the right solution for yourself.


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An Office in Your Neighborhood

With three convenient locations in Kennewick, Walla Walla, and Prosser – you’re never too far away from one of our audiologists in our comfortable and modern offices.

Each office is a relaxed, friendly environment with easy accessibility and comfortable surroundings ensuring that visiting us becomes something you look forward to.




Convenient Hearing Healthcare that Comes to You

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sound Audiology is maintaining its high levels of patient care through a new service – Sound Hearing Cloud.

Through video call technology, this service allows every person with a long-term hearing issue or suspected hearing loss to hold one-to-one appointments with an audiologist.

It’s a brand-new development that’s taking audiology firmly into the modern era – and one that will make a dramatic change to the lives of those currently sheltering at home with a hearing problem.




Outstanding Hearing Care Service from Your Car

No matter what happens in the world, you are the center of ours, and your comfort and needs are of the highest importance.

With the Curbside Service, you can get fast,effective hearing care support without leaving your vehicle.

This contact-free approach means you’ll always be able to reach out to your local clinic for repairs, clean and checks, or supply pick-ups.


Free Guide: How to Help a Loved One with a Hearing Loss

New guide written by Audiologist, Lori Losey Lovato, shares the ways to support a loved one with a hearing loss and encourage them to address their hearing challenges.

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Meet Your Advanced Audiologists

Hannah Shares Her Experience of Achieving Better Hearing With Sound Audiology

“Lori walked through the door and just took me in with open arms”

– Hannah Breen


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