Curbside Hearing Aid Clinic

Our curbside clinic makes it convenient for our existing hearing aid users to ask questions and receive the support of the Pinnacle Hearing team without having to book an appointment. An appointment is not needed for common hearing aid repairs and questions.

This service is provided Monday through Friday at our Little Rock location from 12pm – 1pm and on Tuesday and Thursday at our Camden location from 12pm – 1pm.

Services provided at walk-in clinic include:

Listening Checks

Hearing Aid Cleaning

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Redux Measurements

Dome Replacement

Receiver Change

Wax Guard Replacement

Tubing Change

Hearing Instrument Repair

Bluetooth Pairing

Frequently Asked Questions

Feedback is the whistling sound that can be heard from the hearing device. Feedback occurs when the amplified sound comes out of the ear mold and re-enters the microphone. A properly-fitted hearing aid will sit securely in the ear and will not produce feedback.

If you experience feedback, it may mean that the earmold is too small or there might be too much earwax in the ear canal. Schedule a consultation with an audiologist for hearing aid adjustments or earwax removal.

For patients with hearing aids, providers at Pinnacle Hearing can program an additional setting into your hearing aids called face mask mode. This mode will increase high-frequency gain, increase noise reduction and also highlight the speaker to make communication easier, even when people are wearing masks.

Being aware of the loudness of sounds is an integral part of maintaining hearing health. A sound is too loud if:

You have to shout over the noise to be heard The noise or sound is painful to your ears or it makes your ears ring You experience decreased or muffled hearing several hours after exposure.

The average lifespan of a hearing aid is between three to five years. Extend the lifespan of your hearing devices with regular follow-up visits and proper maintenance.

In some cases, hearing aids will not stop functioning, but the technology and degree of hearing loss may also change through the years and an update may be needed.

With so many options for hearing care and a multitude of hearing aid advertisements, deciding who to trust with your hearing can be quite confusing.

Why should you entrust your hearing to an audiologist?

An audiologist is a professional with either a doctorate or master’s degree in audiology with special training in the prevention, identification, assessment and non-medical treatment of hearing disorders.

The extensive credentials of audiologists provide comprehensive hearing services from diagnosis and consultation, to hearing aid fitting, adjustments, tinnitus management and continuing rehabilitation.

Audiologists are required to complete a full-time residency and pass a national competency exam. By virtue of their graduate education, professional certification and licensure, audiologists are the most qualified professionals to perform hearing tests, fit hearing aids, provide hearing rehabilitation services and refer patients for further medical treatment.