Anchorage Audiology Clinic
Alutiiq Hearing Services is an Anchorage audiology clinic that provides hearing aids, comprehensive hearing health services including hearing tests, tinnitus treatments, & more.
Cindy Weber is a licensed Audiologist who has been providing exceptional hearing services for the past 17 years. Alutiiq Hearing Services proudly offers a full range of diagnostic and preventative hearing healthcare services, including hearing aid evaluation and options, hearing aid sales, tinnitus treatment, hearing aid cleaning/servicing and comprehensive hearing tests and hearing screenings Anchorage residents can trust. We are dedicated to keeping up-to-date with the latest technological advancements in the hearing care industry and are committed to offering the most current options to our patients.
Alutiiq Hearing Services offers the latest in hearing services and technology, including:
• Comprehensive Hearing Testing
• Hearing Loss Treatment
• Customized Fitting of State-of-the-Art Hearing Aids
• In-Office Hearing Aid Repairs
• Hearing Aid Batteries available for purchase
• Hearing Aid Accessories
• Wireless, Bluetooth Hearing Aids
• Always Custom-Fit to YOUR needs at a price you can afford!
We offer a full selection of state-of-the-art hearing aid devices include manufacturers such as Oticon, Rexton, Siemens, GN ReSound, Widex, Phonak, Starkey, Unitron and more.
Have questions about a certain make and model? Give our Anchorage clinic a call at (907) 538-3655. We’ll be glad to answer your questions.
Anchorage Hearing Services! call today, (907) 538-3655.
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What is an audiologist?
An audiologist identifies, evaluates, and diagnoses disorders of the hearing and balance system. Audiologists select, fit and dispense hearing aids and assistive listening devices, program cochlear implants, and provide instruction, rehabilitation, and counseling services to enhance hearing. A master’s degree or doctorate is required to become an audiologist. Furthermore, yearly continuing education and audiologists must be licensed by the state.