Sound Relief Hearing Center – Mesa
4824 East Baseline Rd #102
Mesa, AZ 85206
Fax: (480) 530-9413
Our Mesa tinnitus and hearing center is right on the border of Gilbert. To get there from Highway 60, go south on Higley Rd 1/2 mile to Baseline Rd. Go west on Baseline 1/4 mile and the entrance will be on the right (north side) opposite Rochester Drive. Once you turn into the office park, we will be immediately on your right.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Our Hearing Health Professionals
Dr. Sarah Pitrone, Au.D.
Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science degree in audiology and speech-language sciences and her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to joining the Sound Relief team, Dr. Pitrone had an opportunity to work in a variety of clinical settings including public schools, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and neurotology. Dr. Pitrone is committed to providing excellent care and finding a personalized treatment solution for each patient.
Raised in Colorado, Sarah and her husband, Sam, moved to Gilbert, Arizona in 2018. In her free time, Sarah enjoys travel, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.
Cyndi has been a part of the Sound Relief team as a Patient Care Coordinator for 6 years. She originally started at our Highlands Ranch location in 2014 and will now be a part of our newest location in Mesa, AZ.
Cyndi loves spending time with her friends and her family, especially her grandkids. She is excited to offer exceptional Patient Care to the people of Mesa, Chandler, and Gilbert.
From routine clean and checks to tinnitus evaluations and hearing tests, our newest location offers hearing health services to the people of Mesa, Gilbert, and Chandler, Arizona. With a combined population of nearly 1M residents, Sound Relief Hearing Center will contribute our unmatched care for those living with hearing loss, tinnitus, hyperacusis and more in Mesa and the surrounding areas.
Hearing health enables us to socialize, work, participate in daily activities, and is essential in keeping your brain active. Hearing loss affects the way you enjoy the world around you and can lead to serious, avoidable issues like depression, cognitive decline, or dementia. Tinnitus can become increasingly bothersome and negatively impact sleep, focus, and relaxation. There is hope and help for you to overcome the challenges of tinnitus and hearing loss. Let us help you rejoin the conversation and start enjoying a better quality of life with the latest advancements in hearing technology. Each case of hearing loss and tinnitus is unique, which is why you need care that is tailored to you from an expert who knows what you’re going through.
Sound Relief Hearing Center in Mesa offers comprehensive audiology services ranging from routine hearing tests to tinnitus evaluations. We are dedicated to providing solutions and treatments backed by research that bring long term hearing health and success to our patients. Experience the difference that experience makes. Contact Sound Relief Today by calling (480) 389-2337.
Are you living with buzzing, ringing, hissing or rushing in your ears? Tinnitus is characterized as an awareness of a sound that is not being produced by external sources. Although tinnitus does not directly cause hearing loss, it can significantly impact your daily routine, relationships, and career. It can reduce your ability to relax and negatively impact your overall quality of life. Whether it persists in the background or severely controls your sense of hearing, tinnitus is disruptive and create feelings of frustration and exhaustion.
If you live in or around Mesa, Gilbert or Chandler, we know what you’re going through, and we can help. Contact the audiologists and tinnitus experts at our Sound Relief Mesa, Arizona location. Dr. Sarah Pitrone and can assess the severity of your tinnitus and create a personalized solution to treat your unique symptoms.
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- Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport™
- Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
A hearing evaluation at our Mesa hearing center will begin with a series of questions regarding your medical and hearing history. Following this, we will inspect your outer ear and ear canal for any irregularities using a lighted otoscope. Your audiologist will pay detailed attention to any malformations that could impact your hearing test and/or issues that potentially require a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor. Lastly, we will complete an in-office hearing test in our soundproof booth to identify exactly which frequencies you struggle to hear.
An audiometric exam will involve your audiologist repeating a series of high-frequency and low-frequency words to determine how well you can hear speech from a short distance. During this test, your audiologist will also give you several words to repeat back. These tests and exercises will help us better understand your ability to hear and comprehend speech. We will also explore whether or not hearing aids are a recommended treatment option.
Tympanometry testing is an examination that determines the health of the middle ear, the mobility of the conduction bones, and the eardrum (tympanic membrane). The test itself utilizes specialized equipment to produce variations in air pressure inside the ear canal. Although it is not technically considered a hearing exam, tympanometry measures energy being transmitted through the middle ear.
Live life at higher volume with personalized hearing aid solutions from Sound Relief. Hearing aids can be purchased at hundreds of different places throughout Arizona. So why should you buy your hearing aids from Sound Relief Hearing Center? Our Audiologists offer comprehensive hearing tests paired with decades of experience and personalized evidence-based treatments.
Choose from the best hearing aid technology available in a variety of different trim levels and sizes, designed to meet nearly any budget. Let our team customize your selected device to best suit your needs and preferences. Let us help you rejoin the conversation with the latest advancements in hearing technology. We promise your experience will be memorable and that you’ll be treated to the greatest return on your investment for your hearing health.
Ear wax, scientifically known as Cerumen, is a yellowish, wax-like substance secreted in the ear canal. This substance protects, lubricates and cleans the skin of the ear canal. Ear wax also helps protect the ear against bacteria, fungi, insects, water, and other undesirable objects.
In some cases, ears can produce too much wax which can lead to ear wax impaction. Impacted ear wax presses against the eardrum and can impair hearing and create general discomfort. If you suspect your ear wax is impacted or needs to be removed or cleaned, contact our office for help. Sound Relief Hearing Center uses specific tools and techniques to safely remove ear wax.