Champlain Valley Audiology

Champlain Valley Audiology has focused specialty in the diagnosis and management of hearing loss and tinnitus, providing our patients with many hearing aid and tinnitus technology options.

If you or a loved one are experiencing difficulty hearing or understanding speech, you need look no further. At Champlain Valley Audiology, you will receive a complete hearing evaluation by a Doctor of Audiology (Au.D). Results are thoroughly discussed with you and any accompanying companion. Non medical treatment options are presented and decisions are made collaboratively with you based on current research and practice guidelines, including the prognosis for hearing and/or tinnitus improvement.

Because the majority of hearing and tinnitus effects tend to progress somewhat over time, one should seek an initial evaluation if there is suspicion of hearing loss or if one's life is being impacted by tinnitus or sound sensitivity.

We look forward to working with you!

 

Sharon Macner, Au.D., Doctor of Audiology

Testimonials

“One never knows what to expect when she or he enters a doctor's office for the first time. But within minutes Dr. Sharon Macner's calm voice and warm smile made me feel totally at ease. After my very first visit I left feeling confident that Dr. Macner would pick just the right hearing aid for me. So if you want a pleasant atmosphere and polite attention, as well as a thorough examination of your hearing problem, I highly recommend Champlain Valley Audiology.”

–Mike Kulik

“Before I went to have my hearing checked, I did notice a few problems—but it was never to the point where I thought of getting hearing aids. It wasn’t how they look; I just didn’t want to bother with one more thing. So I sat, not understanding what people were saying all the time but sick of asking them to repeat things. When the prison escape happened, I stayed with some family members, and I noticed that with a lot of people in the room I couldn’t hear the CNN updates on the television. I also had trouble figuring out what was being said with everyone talking together. Then I knew I had to do something about it. I talked to my doctor, and he recommended that I come to Champlain Valley Audiology. I am so glad he did! Now, I can hear much better in a group. I was at my daughter’s for a gathering recently and things were loud and clear. People have noticed that they don’t have to repeat things so much to me, too. [I live alone, and it is good to know that I will hear people coming and going.””

–Regina Allen