Christie Cahill, Au.D. & Phillip Allred, Ph.D., FAAA
Welcome to Family Hearing & Sensory Neural Center
We have been serving the hearing care needs of our community for almost 40 years. Improving lives through better hearing since 1979.
At Family Hearing & Sensory Neural Center, you’re more than a patient — you’re family! Having listening difficulties? Our caring audiologists work with you and your loved ones to get to the bottom of it. Got a broken hearing aid? We offer convenient walk-in hours to clean and check your devices and repair them in-office whenever possible. Need help after hours? Our own Dr. Christie Cahill gives patients her cell phone number, ensuring easy access to a doctor when they need it.
From the first call and initial hearing evaluation to continued follow-up long after treatment, we’re in your corner for life. So when it comes to investing in top-quality hearing care including highly trained professionals, cutting-edge technology, and personalized service, come to Family Hearing & Sensory Neural Center. Things are simply different here.
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Latest From the Blog
Get expert advice from our hearing care professionals. Check out the latest posts from our blog.
It’s no surprise that getting hearing help can make communicating and connecting with the world around you so much easier, but did you know that using hearing aids might also have a hand in cutting down emergency-room visits and hospital...
The connection between smoking and heart disease, cancer, and respiratory problems gets all the attention, but the effects of smoking on hearing have long been known. If you’re one of the 40 million U.S. adults who smokes cigarettes — or...
You’ve packed the swimsuits, floats, safety vests, caps, goggles, kids, and snacks for a summer afternoon at the lake or neighborhood pool, but what about the earplugs? These small accessories can make a big difference in keeping the good times...
It’s common for people with hearing loss to have balance issues, and vice versa. This phenomenon might even affect you or a loved one. Do they occur together as a coincidence, or are hearing and balance actually related? It turns...
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