Sound Relief Hearing Center – Scottsdale
11333 N Scottsdale Rd #200
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Fax: (480) 656-6211
Our Scottsdale, Arizona hearing center is located between Cactus Rd and Shea Blvd on North Scottsdale Rd.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Our Hearing Health Professionals
Dr. Jonathan Ramirez, Au.D.
Born and raised in Reno, Jonathan received his bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Nevada, Reno. Go Pack! He then moved to Arizona to pursue his Doctorate in Audiology at Arizona State University.
During his Doctorate program, Jonathan was fortunate to work in various clinical settings. Jonathan’s passion for humanitarian work inspired him to provide audiological services in improvised clinics throughout Africa and Mexico. Jonathan deeply enjoys working with patients and their families to address their listening needs, and improve their quality of life.
Outside of the clinic, Jonathan’s love for the outdoors has lead him to explore many of Arizona’s hiking trails. He also enjoys riding his bike on the green belt and Tempe Town Lake, and spending time at his favorite coffee shop and comic book store in Tempe.
Do you live with ringing, rushing, or buzzing in your ears? You are experiencing tinnitus, a condition characterized by an awareness of a sound not caused by an external noise. Although tinnitus will not trigger hearing loss, its presence 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. The doctors at our Arizona tinnitus clinic can evaluate the severity of your tinnitus and recommend a personalized solution to treat your unique symptoms.
- ReSound LiNX Quattro with Made-for-iPhone Tinnitus Relief App
- Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport™
- Widex Zen Tinnitus Treatment
- Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
If you schedule a hearing evaluation at our Scottsdale office, we will begin by asking you a few questions about your medical and hearing history. Next, your audiologist will use a lighted otoscope to inspect your outer ear and ear canal for any abnormalities. They 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 Arizona. So why should you purchase hearing aids from Sound Relief Hearing Center? We offer professional hearing tests, decades of experience, and personalized treatments. 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. 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 a.k.a. ear wax, 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.