Sound Relief Hearing Center – Denver
55 Madison Street #550
Denver, CO 80206
Fax: (303) 223-9371
Our Denver tinnitus and hearing center is located in Cherry Creek on the southwest corner of 1st Avenue and Madison Street in the Stewart Title Building.
We have great parking! There is a huge parking garage on the south side of the building. Please don’t distress if the first level is full, there is another row of parking on the next level. Visitor parking is marked in green on the walls of the parking garage. There is also an elevator located in the basement level of the parking structure that takes you straight up to the 5th floor where our office is located.
Free 2 hour street parking on both sides of Madison Street and East Ellsworth Avenue as well as 6 uncovered visitor spots located on the east side of the building from Cook Street. There is also a visitor parking lot at 44 Cook.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Our Hearing Health Professionals
Dr. Drew Price, Au.D., FAAA
Drew specializes in hearing wellness and conservation for the music industry. Whether you’re a fan, crew member, or musician, she can provide the most comprehensive solution for your individual needs. Her emphasis on this aspect of audiology goes hand in hand with her focus on tinnitus treatment and hearing protection.
She earned her Doctorate in Audiology from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, and completed her Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As a second-generation audiologist, she has grown up seeing firsthand how important hearing wellness is to quality of life.
Drew is also a pastor’s kid, so she grew up in Florida, Arkansas, and finally landed in Louisiana, where her family still resides. Drew fell in love with Colorado at a very early age, so she knew this state would eventually become her home. She moved here in 2015 to finish her Doctor of Audiology residency at UC Health and has been here since! In her free time, she enjoys hiking, skiing, cooking, traveling, and live music.
Dr. Alison LaBrec, Au.D.
Alison LaBrec earned her degree in speech, language, and hearing sciences from the University of Colorado and received her clinical Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) from the University of Texas. While completing her graduate degree, Alison was heavily involved in tinnitus research. She valued the opportunity to contribute to research focused on improving the quality of life for individuals with tinnitus.
Alison completed her clinical externship at a private practice in Manhattan. There she enjoyed working with patients of all ages to achieve improved hearing health.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her fiancé, Andrew, and their Australian Shepherd, Louie. After living in New York City, the three of them are excited to be back home enjoying beautiful Colorado together!
Cyndi has been the patient care coordinator for our Highlands Ranch office since January 2014. She moved here from southern California in 1994 with her husband and two sons. She loves spending time with her friends and her family, especially her nine-year-old grandson, and is very excited about her new granddaughter!
“My favorite part of the job is the people – I love our patients!”
Do you live with tinnitus? It is characterized by an awareness of a sound not caused by an external noise. Although tinnitus will not trigger hearing loss, it may negatively affect your daily routine, your relationships, your career, and your ability to relax and enjoy life. Whether it lingers in the background or dominates your sense of hearing, tinnitus can disrupt your day and leave you feeling frustrated and exhausted. If you live in our around Denver, contact our Colorado tinnitus clinic in Cherry Creek. Dr. Price can evaluate the severity of your tinnitus and recommend a personalized solution to treat your unique symptoms.
- Widex Zen Tinnitus Treatment
- Resound Linx2™ with Made-for-iPhone Tinnitus Relief App
- Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport™
- Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
If you schedule a hearing evaluation at our Denver hearing center, we will begin by asking you a few questions about your medical and hearing history. Next, we will use a lighted otoscope to inspect your outer ear and ear canal for any abnormalities. We will pay special attention to any malformations that could impact your hearing test results or require a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor. After that, we will conduct a hearing test in a soundproof booth to determine which specific frequencies you struggle to hear.
During an audiometric exam, the audiologist will ask you a series of high-frequency and low-frequency words to determine how well you can understand speech over a short distance. In addition, we will give you several words to repeat back to us. The results of these simple tests will help us better understand your ability to hear and understand speech. In addition, we will explore whether or not hearing aids could help alleviate your symptoms.
Tympanometry tests the health of the middle ear and the mobility of the conduction bones and the eardrum (tympanic membrane). To accomplish this, the exam utilizes specialized equipment to produce variations in air pressure within the ear canal. Not technically a hearing exam, tympanometry measures energy transmission through the middle ear.
You can purchase hearing aids at hundreds of different places in Colorado. So why should you purchase hearing aids from Sound Relief Hearing Center? We offer thorough hearing tests, decades of experience, and personalized treatment plans. Plus, we only offer the best hearing aids available, and we provide a variety of options designed to meet any budget. To ensure that your selected hearing aid produces great results, we can customize the device to suit your needs and preferences. Above all, we promise to make your experience memorable and to provide you with the greatest return on your investment in your hearing health.
Cerumen, more commonly known as ear wax, is a yellowish, wax-like substance secreted in the ear canal. It protects and cleans the skin of the ear canal and assists with lubrication. Plus, it can protect the ear from bacteria, fungi, insects, water, and other unwelcome matter. However, sometimes ears produce too much ear wax, and it may become impacted and press against the eardrum. This impaction can impair your ability to hear and produce general discomfort. For help, contact Sound Relief Hearing Center. We can use specific tools and techniques to safely remove the ear wax.