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United Hearing Healthcare

Hear the Right Choice.

Are you ready to hear better today? Schedule an appointment with one of our hearing health professionals and find the best hearing devices and technology to fit your lifestyle and needs!


Schedule an Appointment!

If you have questions about our services or would like to schedule an appointment, please fill out the form below and someone from our office will contact you!

Who We Are

At United Hearing Healthcare, we pride ourselves on the relationships we develop with our patients. From your initial hearing test to hearing aid selection, our hearing instrument specialists will educate you during the process and discuss every decision along the way. We offer three convenient locations in the Treasure Valley community to serve your hearing healthcare needs, in addition to offering in-home services like hearing testing.

Our Goal

Our goal isn’t to just fit you with a hearing aid; we’ll walk you through the steps of getting the best device for you and help you adjust to hearing the world around you again.

The Professional Difference

The hearing instrument specialists at United Hearing Healthcare offer a professional difference. We form relationships with our patients built on trust, care and confidence. Too often individuals purchase hearing aids and end up leaving them in the drawer because they’re not specifically tailored to their needs. Our professionals understand this concern and work closely with patients to make sure their hearing aids are providing a successful listening experience.

Modern Technology

For more than 30 years, our professionals have been immersed in the hearing aid industry, which means we have a full understanding of the top technology and devices on the market. Hearing aids can drastically improve your life – if you understand how to use them to their fullest – which is why we educate patients on the ins and outs of their devices and adjusting to hearing again.


Repair & Maintenance

Hearing aids are comprised of tiny electrical components that may experience wear and tear over time. If this is the case, you’ll likely need to visit your hearing professional to have the problem assessed. If you are a current patient and have hearing aids that were not fit in our office, we are happy to try to repair your hearing aids. We can service most major manufacturers of hearing aids and can advise you as to whether yours is a brand we service.

Tinnitus Treatment

When a person has tinnitus, they will often hear ringing in the ears. This is a sound that only they can hear, so it becomes a distracting anomaly in their daily lives. Based on the cause of tinnitus, it can be temporary, persistent or chronic. Known to affect more than fifty million Americans, chronic tinnitus has no known cure but can be managed with the right treatment. The professionals at United Hearing Healthcare understand how important it is to find relief to achieve your day-to-day goals, which is why they offer several options for patients experiencing tinnitus.


Hearing Aids

Hearing is an important sense, which is why it’s crucial to have your hearing tested if you suspect you may have issues. Even if hearing loss isn’t detected, establishing a baseline is an excellent way to monitor your hearing ability as you get older. Our office conducts comprehensive hearing tests to help us determine if you have any problems and where they are present. If you have hearing loss, we use the results from these tests to recommend the best solution for you personally.

Hearing Aid Evaluations

If you suspect that you might need a hearing aid, you will first need to have a hearing evaluation. There are several steps to a hearing aid evaluation which starts by collecting background information to form a hearing health history. Through questions and the availability of previous medical history, our hearing aid specialist will get a better picture of your day-to-day hearing health. All of this is commonly known as the ‘lifestyle assessment’ and paints a clear picture of where hearing loss has made the biggest difference. Once all the information is gathered, the correct tests are lined up to further diagnose the problem.

Common Types of Hearing Tests:

Middle Ear Test

A middle ear test consists of static acoustic/acoustic reflex measures and tympanometry. Air pressure is pushed into the ear canal to measure the resulting vibrations


Uses tones to find out what range of pitches the patient can hear. Headphones are worn during testing.


Speech reception is tested by listening to normal conversations in different environments. Some of the conversations take place in quiet settings while others will be noisy.

Auditory Brainstem Response

Inner ear and brain pathway information is relayed to the audiologist with the help of electrodes.

Otoacoustic Emissions

When the cochlea is stimulated with sound, otoacoustic emissions can be used to narrow down hearing loss types. A probe is put into the ear canal to measure sounds correctly.

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Take control of your hearing today! If you have questions about our services or would like to schedule an appointment, please fill out the form below and someone from our office will contact you!