Business Spotlight: HearCare
HearCare on Shelbyville Road specializes in diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing aid consultations and fittings, hearing aid repairs, assistive listening devices, tinnitus services, custom hearing protection, and earwax removal.
“We know and understand that hearing loss impacts people’s daily lives in their work, their social lives and their overall health,” says Dr. Richard Lazich, who has been helping patients in the Louisville community for more than three decades. “We have a continuous care plan for each patient to ensure they reach the full capability that their remaining hearing can provide.”
Lazich acknowledges that there is rarely a single recommendation that will solve all of a patient’s communication problems. That’s why dealing with hearing loss over an individual’s lifetime is the mission at HearCare.
Among the HearCare staff are members of the American Academy of Audiology, the Kentucky Academy of Audiology, and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. All staff members are trained professionals involved in all aspects of audiology.
“We only have certified audiologists on staff,” says Lazich, whose primary focus is on evaluation and treatment of hearing disorders. “Therefore, we are confident that through our education and expertise we are able to provide our patients with the best services for their hearing needs.”
What sets HearCare apart from other audiologists is their patient-centered care.
“Our biggest goal here at HearCare audiology is to provide patients with excellent service, while at the same time ensuring that they feel welcome and comfortable in our office,” Lazich says. “We will always go the extra mile to ensure that our patients are happy and that all of their needs are taken care of.”
HearCare has received the most five-star Google reviews of any audiology practice in the area. They also accept most major insurance plans and are swift in scheduling appointments.
“We understand that hearing is a very crucial aspect of a person’s overall health,” Lazich says. “When an individual is unable to hear, it decreases their quality of life greatly. When people cannot follow conversations, they begin to isolate themselves and stop participating in activities that they used to enjoy. Studies have shown that this isolation has led to greater risks of depression and cognitive decline.”
Given the degree to which hearing loss can impact a person’s psychological and emotional health, it’s imperative to seek treatment promptly.
If you are interested in learning more or receiving a diagnostic hearing evaluation, contact HearCare today. They are open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 502-890-3921 or visit hear-care.com for more information.