Dr. Robert Weissman – California Hearing Doctor
Enhance Your Hearing and Reconnect to the People Around You
California’s Premier Audiology Hearing Center
We are Motivated. Dedicated. Committed. To improving life quality of our patients
Choosing the Right Audiologist in California
Look For Professional Credentials
A Doctor of Audiology earns a doctorate in audiology from an accredited university. The audiologist’s title then becomes Au.D. or Doctor of Audiology.
This degree represents the highest level of education an audiologist can receive. Dr. Robert Weissman holds this degree.
You may also see M.S. or M.A. in a provider’s title. Audiologists with these titles have earned a master’s degree in audiology and have completed extensive academic and hands-on training.
The other common title is CCC-A, which represents Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology. A hearing specialist with this title is certified to perform audiology services. Dr. Weissman holds this certification.
“Education and training matters,” Weissman concludes. “Don’t settle for a hearing test and hearing aid provider who doesn’t have strong credentials. Instead, seek board-certified, licensed audiologists who are best equipped to provide excellent advice, diagnostic training and service.”
Dr. Hear’s 4 Steps hearing test process.
Interview: This is the most important step. Here we learning about your experiences with hearing loss and possibly discover the underlying cause of the hearing loss.
Exam: Here we can better determine whether or not the hearing loss is being caused by an obstruction or damage to the ear canal or eardrum.
The Hearing Test: This is how we determine the specifics of hearing loss. If the hearing loss is measurable the results can be easily documented via an audiogram.
Treatment options: Based on the results of steps 1-3, here we explore options, provide recommendation and explain the various benefits of suitable solutions to meet your lifestyle.
About Some of the Latest Hearing Aid Styles
- Completely invisible in most ears
- Custom made
- Smallest, least visible hearing device
Receiver in the Canal
- Leave the ear open
- Reduces or no “plugged up” feeling
- Sleek design hardly visible when worn
AGX-Made for iPhone®
AGX hearing technology will bring your experience to a whole new level. Link seamlessly with your iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod® touch.
In the Canal
- Fits in the ear canal
- Barely visible
- Smallest size available with directional technology to hear better noise
Dr. Hear – California Audiologist
Robert Weissman, Au.D. AKA Dr. Hear is an award winning audiologist in the Los Angeles area for over 20 years. His professional passion is helping people and families connect or re-connect by maximizing their ability to communicate with each other. Not enough details?