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803 Monroe Street , Salmon- 83467
Idaho , United States  United States
Today (Tuesday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Phillips Hearing Center - Salmon

Phillips Hearing Center has been in company since September, 1972 and was founded by Dick Phillips. Dick established the business enterprise predicated on efforts, strong work ethics, and strategic marketing. Since turning the company over to the latest owners, Lisa and Jason Curtis, the business continues to thrive based on these basic principles.As the brand new owners, Lisa and Jason both bring their considerable histories of working in the hearing industry to Phillips along with understanding of brand new technologies, revolutionary solutions, and a new way of  serving the community. Lisas expertise comes from her years of doing work for Starkey Laboratories in Minneapolis, MN. Prior to going to Idaho, she ended up being helping these with their company acquisitions and before that she was associated with their human resource division, recruiting and training the organizations key workers. Jason has committed a decade of their life to your hearing industry. His latest experience was in fact working together with Starkey Laboratories in Minneapolis as a completely independent Consultant. He devoted their time and energy traveling around the world to assist hearing help dealers with growing their organizations and training them regarding latest and best technology available.

As soon as the opportunity to keep on Dicks legacy of providing hearing methods to their community became available, the Curtis jumped during the possiblity to keep on aided by the business while making it their. They recognized that Phillips Hearing Center had been a way which they could use their combined experience to contribute to their neighborhood. Undergoing purchasing Phillips Hearing Center, the Curtis also identified a strategic opportunity to purchase All American Hearing in Pocatello, ID. It is now a great extension of Phillips Hearing Center.

Business Operation Hours
Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Additional Information

Phillips Hearing Center spends a lot of time researching hearing aid technology. We will only work with hearing aid manufactures that are HIMSA members and whose software contains the features required and governed by hearing care industry standards.Our testing and evaluations are up-to-date with industry governed guidelines. We use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that the greatest attention to detail is given to accurately test your hearing to match it with your best solution.

Product and Services

A normal to mild hearing loss can cause understanding to be strained during conversation. In some cases hearing aids are used to assist this loss depending on the level of difficulty the patient is having. Most cases can be helped with counseling and communication strategies. This loss should be monitored with yearly hearing screenings.

A mild to moderate hearing loss causes speech understanding to become difficult, especially in noise. It is very common for patients with this loss to use hearing aids to help correct the difficulties they are having with communication.

A ski slope loss causes a patient to miss speech in noise, however hearing in a quiet environment is usually good. Often times a patient may be unaware of the loss. Hearing aids that are non-occluding work very well for this loss.A moderate to severe hearing loss causes speech understanding to be difficult, whether it be in noise or in a quiet environment. At this stage hearing aid use becomes necessary for the patient to communicate effectively.

A moderate flat loss causes difficulty hearing all sounds. This loss can vary in severity and may or may not be conductive. Depending on the cause of this loss, hearing aids may or may not be used.A cookie bite loss is unusual and is usually hereditary. Hearing aids are used to correct the problems with speech understanding.

A reverse slope loss can be an advantage for people trying to hear in noise. Most times the loss is conductive and will be referred to a physician for medical treatment. This loss can be fit with hearing aids in certain circumstances.A severe to profound loss requires a combination of treatments. Hearing aids are used to provide sound awareness and speech. Lip reading and sign language may also be needed to assist the patient with communication.

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