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Thank you for visiting us!

Better hearing isn’t a convenience or a luxury. Better hearing improves health, adds earning potential, and most importantly, improves your relationships with friends and loved ones.

Choosing a hearing device also means choosing whom you will work with for years to come. As doctors of audiology, we are trained in applied audiology, audiologic rehabilitation, medical neuroscience, neuro-otology, cochlear implants, programmable hearing aids, counseling, and the physical and emotional aspects of aging. Our training prepares us to successfully manage hearing loss as a chronic but very treatable condition for all patients.
As you continue learning and thinking through options for your hearing health, rely on us for advice that has only one goal – better hearing for you.



Nancy Sickelka, Au.D.

I really feel like I’m able to make a difference in my patients’ lives.

The ability to hear affects every aspect of life and helping people improve the quality of their daily life is very rewarding.


Melissa Heinricy, Au.D.

One of the things I love most about my work is being able to help people improve the quality of their lives! I love getting to know our patients and developing relationships with them.


Hearing loss develops slowly and often happens over years or decades. As the condition worsens more coping strategies develop. The volume is turned up on the TV and radio. Asking friends and loved ones to repeat themselves becomes almost second nature, and understanding speech takes more and more careful attention.

As the condition worsens, coping strategies eventually include avoiding social situations and pretending to hear rather than actually understanding what has been said.

At CR Hearing we can help you hear what you’ve been missing!

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