The Best Hearing Healthcare in St. Louis
Hearing Aids & Hearing Tests in St. Louis, Missouri
At GreenTree Hearing and Audiology, you and your loved ones can expect the highest quality hearing healthcare available in St. Louis. Our team of doctoral level audiologists devote their lives to helping people to hear better and feel more connected. Our services include hearing testing, hearing aid fitting, tinnitus management, hearing aid repair and much more. If you’ve been postponing treating you hearing loss, we invite you to come take a look at the amazing hearing aids now available. Modern hearing aids provide a natural listening experience, are discreet and incredibly easy to use. Options include Made for iPhone hearing aid technology, rechargeable hearing aids, waterproof aids and bluetooth enabled devices.
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At Greentree Hearing & Audiology, you are more than just a patient. You are part of our FAMILY. We specialize in helping people like you hear better, proudly serving Kirkwood and St. Louis. Contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our highly-rated audiologists.
Frequently Asked Questionsabout hearing loss & hearing aids
Greentree Hearing and Audiology has three Audiologists, including two Doctors of Audiology. Russ Pickett, John Scarlas and Sherry Pickett are some of the top hearing care professionals around. You can read more about our experience, education and training in hearing healthcare on our About Us page.
At GreenTree, we are proudly independent and will fit you with the best possible hearing system for your needs. We carry hearing aids from the top manufacturers. You can read more about our products on our Hearing Aid Brands and Styles page.
Approximately 10% of adults in the US, or 25 million Americans, have experienced a ringing of the ears – otherwise known as tinnitus – for at least five minutes, and in some cases, for longer stretches of time.
Often times, tinnitus is an indicator of hearing loss. The Hearing Health Foundation estimates that 90% of tinnitus cases occur with an underlying hearing loss, and that 60% of veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan reported tinnitus and hearing loss.
Tinnitus causes a ringing, clicking, knocking, whistling or other distracting sound in the ear, without the stimulus of an external noise. It is most commonly heard only by the person who experiences tinnitus.
Due to the debilitating and frustrating effects of tinnitus, people who suffer from the condition have a higher risk of stress and anxiety disorders.